The Kansas City Chiefs and USA Football are hosting a "Football Clinic for Moms" at the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex on Friday, June 26 at 6 p.m.
The event is a chance for moms to educate themselves on how to make the game of football safer.
"This event is designed to inform local mothers on the proper techniques of hitting, equipment fitting, hydration and safety," Heads Up Football Ambassador and former Chief Shawn Barber said. "We want to keep parents in the know about the different techniques, the symptoms of concussions and how to stay hydrated, so that they can help keep the game safe."
The event offers mothers the opportunity to learn the latest Heads Up Football tackling and blocking techniques from a USA Football master trainer and former Chiefs players. Also, they will get the chance to familiarize themselves with concussion and heat and hydration symptoms from coaches and medical professionals from the University of Kansas Hospital.
There will be no cost for the event, but participation is limited and will be determined on a first-come, first-serve basis.
If you'd like to attend the event, you may RSVPhere* no later than this Friday, June 19.*
Football moms attended a safety training seminar at the practice facility on Saturday July 26.