Football Challenge App

FCapp Privacy Policy Information on data processing


1. When does this Privacy Policy apply?

The following privacy policy ("Policy") determines how FCapp Sp. z o.o. (“we”) registered in Lublin, Poland processes your personal data. The Policy:

  • determines what data we gather;
  • explains how and why we gather your data;
  • explains when and why we share your data with other entities;
  • explains the scope of your rights in terms of your data.

We’d like you to understand whether this Policy applies to your personal data. The Policy will be used if:

  • you are a user of our website (footballchallengeapp.com, footballchallengeapp.pl, fcapp.pl);
  • you are a user of the FCapp mobile app (“App”);
  • you are a customer buying our products;
  • you are a recipient of our marketing content;
  • you are a potential employee.

Your data will be processed in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”).


2. Who administers your personal data?

The administrator of your personal data is:

FCapp sp. z o.o. registered in Lublin

ul. Frezerów 3

20-209 Lublin

You can contact us regarding your personal data using the abovementioned correspondence address.


3. What data may be gathered?

If you are a user of our website or mobile app, we collect the data left during the use of the website or mobile app. It might include: your name, surname, address, email address, phone numer, IP address, login, location, avatar.

If you are a customer, we collect the data necessary for the transaction to be handled. It might include: your name, surname, address, email address, phone numer, account number.

If you are a recipient of our marketing content, we collect the data provided by you, such as your email address.

If you are a potential employee, we collect the data included in your CV and other documents, as well as during our meetings and email exchanges. The data we process includes, but is not limited to: your name, surname, contact information, information about your education and experience.


4. How and on what basis do we process your data?

We process your personal data exclusively for the reasons they were provided to us and that are directly related to our activity. The primary reasons for utilising your personal data include:

  • marketing of our existing and future services;
  • employment and recruiting;
  • answering your questions and requests;
  • protecting our interests, including any legal disputes.

Your personal data, as described above, can be processed according to art. 6 (1)(b)(c) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).


5. Who can we transfer your data to?

Your data may only be transferred to three subjects:

  • authorised subjects - our employees and coworkers that are required to have access to the data in order to perform their duties;
  • processing entities - other subjects we entrust with data processing;
  • subjects allowed to process the data on the basis of applicable law, such as judicial bodies or investigative authorities.

6. How long are we going to be processing your data?

We keep personal data for the period necessary in order to fulfill the goals specified in our privacy policy, unless a longer period of upkeep is required or allowed by the abiding law. We respect the rules and time frames specified by us in privacy policy. The maximum time frame of data upkeep might differ based on the kind of data we gather and how they are processed.


7. What are your rights regarding your data?

According to the current legislation you have the right to demand access to your data or demand to have them modified, to add any missing information, to have them removed, to limit its processing, to have them moved or to object to processing your personal data. In situations where the demand is clearly unjustified or excessive, especially regarding its repetitive nature, we are allowed to impose reasonable charges that take into account administrative costs of sharing the information, conducting communication, or undertaking the requested action, as well as to deny the request. If you would like to exercise your rights, contact us at the data provided above. In a situation where data processing violates GDPR rules you are also allowed to file a complaint with the President of Personal Data Protection Office.

If data processing is conducted on the basis of your consent, you are entitled to withdraw your consent, however its withdrawal will not affect law compliance of the processing prior to the withdrawal.


8. Are you obligated to provide your data?

In most cases you are not obligated to providing us your personal data. In some cases the necessity to provide specific data will result directly from the law, such as the Labour Code.