2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A survey of common soccer injuries among inter-university soccer players
Author(s): Dr. Jayarajan David D
The purpose of the study was to find out a survey of common soccer injuries among Inter-University soccer players. The subjects for the purpose of the study were selected from the West Zone and All India Inter- University football championship held at Margao, Goa, 1999-2000. The total respondents of the study were 80 (Inter-University Football players). The survey method was used in conducting the study. The research scholar framed and prepared the questionnaire in consultation with many experts. The percentage was calculated for each response to the data for the purpose of the present study. The findings showed that 41.25% of soccer players have been training between the ranges of 6-8 years in their career, about 30% of the players were having 3-5 years of training experience, 20% and 8.75% of soccer players have been training 9-11 years and 12 years and above in their soccer career, 53.75% soccer players were having injury and 43.25% were free from injury when the data was collected, 93.75% of soccer players had injury in one or other type, 62.5% of soccer players were having injuries on the joints, 31.25% on the muscles, that 56.25% of soccer players had injuries by collision, 18.75% by over exhaustion and 25% by any other way/kind.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Jayarajan David D. A survey of common soccer injuries among inter-university soccer players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):80-82.