A Soccer Groin Injury can force a player out for months if not for the rest of their career.
FYSD have teamed up with Physiqz, who are going to provide you with some more details, check this out:
"While groin injuries are common in competitors of all backgrounds, there’s no question—soccer athletes are the most susceptible to strains and tears of the groin and lower abdomen. The high amount of running, coupled with quick shifts and aggressive twists sets the stage for injury perfectly.
And in the case of groin injuries affecting soccer athletes, none is more feared than the dreaded sports hernia which produces chronic pain and is well known for sidelining players for months and even ending careers.
A concurrent study by the U.S. Men’s National Soccer team further confirms: over 33% of all players on the team either have the injury now or have had it at one time in the past. That’s almost as common as shin splints or concussions. If you play soccer, there’s no doubt that you are more susceptible to developing the injury.
All hope is not lost, however. By completing just two exercises you can target the specific vulnerable areas of the abdominal wall and pelvic floor to make sure you or your players never recess due to serious groin pain."