Have you got your 2018 Pink Slip Health Check?
Footballers in the O’35s category are encouraged to visit their local GP and get a health check prior to the season. Like any physical activity, all players in this age category as well as anyone with a known heart condition should ensure they are prepared for the start of the season and continue to monitor and manage their health through the season.
- What is the Pink Slip Health Check Program?
- Pre-Season Checklist – Pink Slip for O35’s players
- Health Checks in Macarthur Football Association
- FIFA 11+ Warm Up Program
- FIFA Medical
- Asthma Management Factsheet
- Football Health & Nutrition
- Football Injury Prevention Factsheet
- Football Injury Facts & Prevention
- Good Sports Hot Weather Tips
- Hot Weather Policy
- Lightning Safety Policy
- Safety Guidelines for Children and Young People in Sport
- Smartplay Safety Guidelines for Clubs, Associations & Facilities
- Sudden Cardiac Collapse & Sudden Death
- Sun Safety Policy
- Women in Sport – injury prevention & factsheets
- 2018 Portable Goalpost Safety Reminder
- Football NSW Goalpost Safety Notice
- Football NSW Goalpost Safety Policy
- ACCC Goalpost Safety Information
- Fair Trading Regulation 2007 (Div.20, P46)
- FFA Anchor, Check, Respect Goalpost Safety Video
- Fluid intake in sport factsheet
- Fluid Intake – Australian Sports Commission
- Choose Water – Healthy Kids
- Energy Drinks – Caffeine Drug Information
- Risks of Energy Drinks examined
NSW Football Medical Association
The FMA provides a pathway to disseminate football specific medical and performance information to all stakeholders in football – players, parents, coaches, medical staff, clubs and associations. The FMA is endorsed and supported by the Head of Medical for the Football Federation of Australia, Dr. Mark Jones and the Chief Medical Officer of Football NSW, Dr. Corey Cunningham.