U.S. Soccer rolls out new rules to prevent kids’ concussions

Aired: 11/10/2015 | 0:03:05 | Clip
The U.S. Soccer Federation has released new rules in hopes of making soccer safer for young players. Tens of thousands of kids get concussions playing soccer every year, and heading the ball is considered a main culprit of the injury. Now children age 10 and under will be prohibited from headers, with other restrictions for older kids. William Brangham reports.

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