Soccer braces can help prevent injuries or pain while playing soccer. Sports like soccer involve a lot of running which puts the body at risk for injury. Injuries to the knees and ankles, such as ligament tears and ankle sprains, are quite common. These injuries occur often due to running on uneven surfaces, colliding with other players, falling frequently, or making sharp cuts and turns. Depending on your position on the field, you may also have a higher risk of injury. A goalie will have a higher chance of hurting the wrist, hand, arm or elbow whereas a fullback, forward or striker will have a higher risk of leg injury. Overuse injury is common and injuries to other parts of the body can also occur during soccer, from the elbow, back, head, wrist, and shoulders. Wearing soccer braces can help prevent these injuries and protect the joint while providing compression and warmth to keep the muscles and ligaments limber throughout the match. Our team of bracing experts recommend these braces for soccer players. If you need additional help, use our brace buying guide for soccer players.