Let's go up and down the soccer uniform assessing the risks.
We assume the Quebec government has already done a multi-million dollar, publicly funded, non-tendered study on the subject, but we can't find it.
Shirts (constrictive, potential pulmonary danger); shorts (could fall off, psychological scarring); socks (fungal petri dishes); athletic support (too loose, twisting hazard; too tight, childless old age); shin pads (a gateway drug to Kick the Can).
We won't even get into the fact that players wear spikes on their feet. And then drive them into other people at high, lunging speed.
Obviously, if we want our children to play safe, they must play nude.