Earrings are not allowed in soccer along with any other jewelry that poses a safety risk to the player themselves or to any other player on the field. Soccer referees are required by the laws of the game to not allow any player with an earring to play and to caution them if they resist .
ears. US Soccer (USSF) and the Ohio South Youth Soccer Association (OSYSA) have issued a directive to referees that tape and/or band-aids over earrings or pierced-ear starter plugs are not permitted under any circumstances. Parental consent is irrelevant. Referees will not allow a player to play with earrings or other jewelry.
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The answer: No body jewelry of any kind is not allowed on the soccer pitch. Nor, for that matter, in any other contact sport, such as basketball, football, volleyball, etc. But why? It is finally soccer season and kids are running around on soccer fields all across America.
Rings, earrings, leather or rubber bands are not necessary to play and the only thing they can bring about is injury. In order to avoid "last minute" problems, teams should inform their players in advance. Please avoid injuries! Necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, leather or rubber bands etc. are not allowed.
All items of jewellery (necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, leather bands, rubber bands, etc.) are forbidden and must be removed. Using tape to cover jewellery is not permitted. The players must be inspected before the start of the match and substitutes before they enter the field of play.
If your new piercing is fully-healed, we recommend removing your earrings – as any other jewelry – before participating in a sport. This is especially true if you play a contact sport such as soccer or lacrosse.