Forty-nine percent of the injuries were to the joints; sprains and contusions were the most common types of injury, accounting for 46% and 25%, respectively. The majority of patients (64% of the men and 58% of the women) were injured during physical contact with another player. Most (63%) of the patients were treated in the emergency department and then released.
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Sixty-three players (41%) sustained 79 injuries. Sixty-six percent of the injuries were traumatic and 34% were overuse injuries. Most of the traumatic injuries occurred during games. Eighty-nine percent of the injuries were located in the lower extremities and 42% occurred in the knee or ankle. The most frequent type of injury was ankle sprain (22.8%).
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A hamstring strain is a common football injury and could see a player missing for a few weeks, while a knee cartilage tear or an ACL injury could mean a long-term absence from the team. Sometimes it could be hernia or a sprained ankle, the latter of which means a player is likely to return for the next game.
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Are soccer players faking injuries? Not actually. Most players just exaggerate a foul so it looks tougher than it actually was to influence the referee to sanction the player with a yellow or red card. But faking an injury would mean leaving the game for no reason.