Atlanta Crimson Tide Youth Football Association is committed to making football a safer and more enjoyable experience for everyone, while reserving the high competitive nature of football. We are equally committed to doing the same for our cheer and dance division.
We place value on safety measures that make a difference. That’s why we have done things in football like reduce contact to 25% of practice time, eliminate kickoffs for our youngest divisions and require that any player who suffers a suspected head injury receive medical clearance from a concussion specialist before returning to play.
We provide our coaches the training and tools they need to teach the game the right way. Training is mandatory for all Atlanta Crimson Tide coaches because a well-educated coach is critical to a safer football experience.
Below, you will find helpful information for a variety of subjects including concussion awareness, injury prevention, proper equipment and more.
Please continually use this section of the website as a resource before, during, and after the season.
If you have any questions or information you’d like to see more of, please contact us.
Click Here to Visit the CDC Page on Concussions