Injury risk of playing football in Futsal World Cups

@article{Junge2010InjuryRO,
  title={Injury risk of playing football in Futsal World Cups},
  author={A. Junge and J. Dvoř{\'a}k},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={1089 - 1092}
}
BACKGROUND While injuries in football (soccer) have been the subject of numerous publications, little information is available about the injury risk in futsal. [...] Key MethodDESIGN Prospective survey. METHODS Player injuries during three consecutive Futsal World Cups were analysed using an established injury report system. The physicians of all participating teams reported all injuries after each match on a standardised injury report form. The average response rate was 93%. Expand
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