Goulbourn Lanark Soccer League

Recognize the symptoms of a concussion

On July 1, 2019, new rules came into effect through Rowan’s Law, to improve concussion safety in amateur competitive sport.

Everyone can help recognize a possible concussion if they know what to look for.

A person with a concussion might have any of the signs or symptoms listed below. They might show up right away or hours, or even days later. Just one sign or symptom is enough to suspect a concussion. Most people with a concussion do not lose consciousness.

Get to know the "Red Flags" of a concussion

“Red flags” may mean the person has a more serious injury. Treat red flags as an emergency and call 911.

Red flags include:

  • Neck pain or tenderness
  • Double vision
  • Weakness or tingling in arms or legs
  • Severe or increasing headache
  • Seizure or convulsion
  • Loss of consciousness (knocked out)
  • Vomiting more than once
  • Increasingly restless, agitated or aggressive
  • Getting more and more confused

To find out more about concussion awareness and Rowans Law please visit this website

GLSL schedules are now posted, please check often for changes/updates.
Note: U18 Boys revised schedule posted 5/13.
Coaches: contact your club for the activation code to activate your team. Team uniform must be added for activation to take effect.
GLSL schedules are now posted, please check often for changes/updates.
Note: U18 Boys revised schedule posted 5/13.
Coaches: contact your club for the activation code to activate your team. Team uniform must be added for activation to take effect.