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UEFA injury study

Published: Monday 21 November 2011, 9.35CET
We find out how UEFA has helped clubs to learn more about injuries with a groundbreaking study

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Published: Monday 21 November 2011, 9.35CET

UEFA injury study

We find out how UEFA has helped clubs to learn more about injuries with a groundbreaking study

Launched by UEFA's Medical Committee in 2001, we learn about the injury study by European football's governing body that collects information about injuries to players in its competitions to enable clubs to learn, discover the trends that exist and ultimately reduce the risks of injury in the future.

Last updated: 17/04/12 18.02CET

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