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Medication Resources

Why Doping Is Harmful To You

U.S. Soccer believes soccer should be drug-free and therefore maintains strict standards regarding substance abuse.  We encourage athletes to review the important information on this page to understand their role in preventing doping in sport.

It is the duty of all Athletes, Athlete Support Personnel and other Persons (as those terms are defined in the World-Anti Doping Code), by virtue of their participation in the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American, ParaPan American or Youth Olympic Games, participation in an Event or Competition organized or sanctioned by U.S. Soccer, participation on a National Team, utilization of a USOC Training Center, receipt of benefits from the USOC or U.S. Soccer, inclusion in the Registered Testing Pool, or otherwise subject to the World Anti-Doping Code to comply with all anti-doping rules of WADA, FIFA or IFCPF, the USOC, and of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), including the USADA Protocol for Olympic and Paralympic Movement Testing (USADA Protocol) and all other policies and rules adopted by WADA, FIFA or IFCPF and USADA.

Follow the link below to learn more about the U.S. Soccer’s Recognize to Recover guidance on athlete medication resources.