Sprains 50-80% 2. Strains 64 Percent 3. Fractures of soccer injuries affect the feet and legs Areas most commonly injured in the legs are the ankle, foot, knee, and lower leg 4. Knee Injuries of the injuries came from players putting out their arms to break their fall 5.
Most common specific injuries: Partial ligament sprains of the lateral ankle complex (12.2%) Partial hamstring muscle strains (7.5%) Concussions (5.5%) Partial adductor muscle strains (5.5%) Most common activity at the time of injury: General play (36.3%) Defending (11.0%) Ball handing and dribbling (8.7%) Goaltending (6.3%) Heading (6.1%)
In a study of time-loss injuries among 417 soccer players ages 5 to 17 over a 2-year period, ankles and knees were the most commonly injured body parts (20.9% and 16.3% of all injuries, respectively), whereas sprains, contusions, and muscle injuries were the most common diagnoses (20.6%, 22.5%, and 20.6% of all injuries, respectively).
Players should always remain wary of collisions and sudden jolting movements, such as starting and stopping, that can lead to common soccer injuries. Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common soccer injuries: Sprains and Strains: usually involving the knee or ankle joints, sprains and strains are very common in soccer, and most often occur as a result of sudden stopping movements. In extreme cases of strained ligaments, ACL tears are common injuries where the Anterior Cruciate ...
Results: A total of 286 injuries were recorded, affecting 62.7% of the players. The overall injury incidence was 6.2 injuries per 1000 player-hours, 2.8 in training sessions and 32.8 in matches. Most of the recorded injuries were acute (68.5%). Eight percent of the injuries were classified as recurrent.
From the 22 selected articles, sprain, strain, contusion, and tendinitis (and bursitis) were the most common types of injury sustained on the soccer field (table 7). Of these studies, 21 reported contusion, 10 reported sprain, and six reported strain as the most common injury type. View this table:
Per 1,000 athletes, the football injury rate is 8.1. Approximately 41,000 injuries were reported within the 5-year period; Players were nearly 7 times more likely to be injured during a game than practice; The most common injury? Ligament sprains, which made up 30% of the reported injuries; Concussions made up almost 8% of all injuries
Types of sports and recreational activities. Basketball. More than 170,000 children ages 5 to 14 were treated in hospital emergency rooms for basketball-related injuries. Baseball and softball. Nearly 110,000 children ages 5 to 14 were treated in hospital emergency rooms for baseball-related ...