The responsible authority according to the Federal Data Protection Act (hereinafter “BDSG”) is:
Greifswalder Str. 212
If you have any suggestions or questions about data privacy, please contact Onefootball via the email address email@example.com.
Onefootball collects personal data only insofar as you voluntarily provide it and to the extent that such collection is permitted by law or agreed to by written consent.
Personal data encompasses any information concerning the personal or factual information about a specified or specifiable natural person in accordance with § 3 (1) of the BDSG. This includes information such as name, physical address, e-mail address, telephone number, and, if applicable, user data.
a) User-entered data
You can use the apps both with and without registration. You can register either with one of your social media accounts or with your e-mail address. When registering, you must specify your e-mail address and choose a password. This data is necessary to ensure that you can take advantage of the full range of services offered. Last but not least, we need this, and possibly other data, to respond to your requests, questions and critique. You also have the option of uploading a profile picture and choosing a username. This occurs solely on a voluntary basis. We use personal information to provide a safe, effective and user-relevant experience on our Onefootball app, including for
b) Social sign in
We offer the opportunity to register directly on our products with your existing profile from selected social networks. Onefootball uses “Facebook Sign In,” “Google+ Sign In,” “Twitter Sign Up,” and “Microsoft Account Sign In” (for Windows Mobile). If you choose to use one of these signup options, you will be forwarded to the respective site, where you will be led through the signup process.
Using the data transmitted from the respective social network provider, we then create your user account, of course without saving your friend lists and contacts. There is no permanent link between your user account and the Facebook, Google or Twitter account.
Please see the privacy policies of Facebook, Google, Twitter or Microsoft for more information concerning the purpose and scope of their data collection, their further processing and use of data, as well as your rights in this respect and setting options for protecting your privacy.
As a general principle, Onefootball does not give your personal information to third parties. To the extent permitted by law, Onefootball may authorize other companies to perform various tasks, such as promotional support or technical services for the apps. These external service providers may have access to personal data to the extent necessary to perform the respective tasks. This data is used only to fulfil the particular task and not for any other purpose. Onefootball reserves the right to use or disclose information to the extent necessary to comply with laws, regulations or legal requirements, in particular to protect the integrity of the app and to support law enforcement agencies and investigations concerning public security.
The app uses push notifications and you can always choose the way these notifications will be displayed on your device, change your preferences or even disable push notifications. Hereinafter we will explain how to enable or disable push notifications, depending on each mobile operating system we offer the app for.
Open "Settings" on your iOS device and select the menu item "Messages". In the following menu you'll find an overview of all apps that are installed on your device and have a push notification feature. Select the Onefootball app. Here you can activate or deactivate push notifications.
Within the app, you can set your preferences and receive push messages only for the topics you've chosen. Open the "notifications", which you find under "profile" and there again under "settings". Here you get an overview of your push settings, such as club, league or news, which you can individualize in detail (e.g. receive notifications regarding all scores or only for goals, etc.). Finally, you can select the push messages for various events and turn them on or off using the bell icon that you find for each game at the top right.
Open "Settings" on your Android device and select the menu item "Messages" which you will find under “Sounds and Messages”. In the following menu you'll find an overview of all apps that are installed on your device and have a push notification feature. Select the Onefootball app. Here you can activate or deactivate push notifications.
In order to set your preferences for push notifications within the app you open the main menu and select the menu item "Games". Choose any game and tap the bell icon. In the next menu "Push Settings" you can push notifications for various events on or off. In the menu item “Push Settings” you can activate or deactivate push messages for various events.
c) Windows Mobile
Open the app settings, which you can find under system settings of your Windows Mobile device and select the menu item "Messages". In the following menu you'll find an overview of all apps that are installed on your device and have a push notification feature. Select the Onefootball app. Here you can activate or deactivate push notifications.
Within the app, you can set your preferences and receive push messages only for the topics you've chosen. In order to do so, open the main menu and select “Favorites” which you can find in your profile. Here you can activate or deactivate push notifications for clubs, which you are following, for favorites or for news.
If you have registered with your e-mail address you may be informed via mail in a summary about your activities within the app as well as the activities related to your favourite club.
You can unsubscribe from this service and from the newsletter – if you additionally subscribed for the newsletter – at anytime by clicking the relevant field “unsubscribe” in the respective e-mail.
For some functions, the app needs access to certain services and data of your device. Depending on which mobile operating system you are using, this part requires your explicit access permission. We explain to you - separately for each mobile operating system, for which we offer the app - which permissions are queried by the app and why they are necessary.
Push notifications: If you select OK in the request "allow push notifications", you allow the app to inform you about certain events and topics through push notifications (e.g. goals of your favourite team), even if the app is currently not in use. The notifications may be made by tones, messages and / or icons (an image or a number on the app). For more information about push notifications and your configuration options can be found under point 5.
Background Update: This feature allows the app to download and update data in the background, even if the app is not currently open or actively in use.
Mobile data: This function allows the app to download and update data outside of a wireless network via a mobile data connection (for example, GSM, UMTS or LTE).
Modify or delete the content of your USB memory, read content of your USB storage: These functions allow the app to store temporarily content on your device. This is necessary in order to provide content such as your selected favourite team, even if there is no internet connection at the moment. The app uses exclusively its own stored content. Other data on the USB memory will not be deleted, modified or read.
Find accounts on the device, use accounts on the device: These functions allow you to log-in easily in the app with your existing Google account.
Receive Internet data, complete network access, see network and Wi-Fi connections: These functions allow the app to receive data from the internet (such as news and live scores) and to check whether there is an internet connection via a wireless network or via mobile data connection (e.g. GSM, UMTS or LTE). This is to prevent that larger amounts of data may strain limited data volume.
Disable stand-by mode: The feature allows the app to disable stand-by mode on the device (e.g. for displaying videos without turning off the screen).
Enable and disable synchronization, read sync settings: This function enables the timely receipt of messages, such as push notifications about top news or a goal of your favourite club.
c) Windows Mobile
Access to your internet connection, use network services on your device, access to your browser, access your internet connection as server: These functions allow the app to receive data from the internet (such as news and live scores) and to check whether there is an internet connection via a wireless network or via a mobile data connection (e.g. GSM, UMTS or LTE). This is to prevent that larger amounts of data may strain limited data volume. Additionally this function allows a periodically update and delivery of new app data (e.g. live-tile info), which the user can activate or deactivate in the system settings.
Use anonymous Microsoft account: Allows the app to use an anonymous Microsoft account to identify the user. This permission simplifies the user login procedure in the app via a Microsoft account.
Use music, use currently played media elements: These functions allows the app to reproduce music (e.g. live reporting) and films.
Send push notifications: This feature allows the app to inform you about certain events and topics through push notifications (e.g. goals of your favourite team), even if the app is currently not in use. For more information about push notifications and your configuration options can be found under point 5.
Use stored date on external storage device: This feature allows the app to save temporarily content on the memory card of your device. This is necessary in order to provide content such as your selected favourite team, even if there is no internet connection at the moment. The app uses exclusively its own stored content. Other data on the memory card will not be deleted, modified or read.
The Onefootball apps use social plug-ins (hereafter “plug-ins”) from various social networks. With the help of these plug-ins, you can, for example, recommend content to a friend or use the sharing functions. In our app, we use the following plug-ins (not operated by Onefootball): Facebook, Twitter, and your email program on the operating system iOS.
On the operating systems Android and Windows Phone, additional plug-ins may be used and include all installed apps with a sharing function (e.g. LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, Youtube, Instagram, etc.). If you want to use one or more of these services, you must register in the respective provider. Please check the privacy policies of these third-party plug-in services Facebook, Google+, Twitter for information on the purpose and scope of data collection, further processing and use of your data, as well as your rights in this respect and changing settings options in order to protect your privacy.
We are using advertising technologies within the apps, for which we collect and process the Apple advertising ID (IDFA) on iOS devices, the Google advertising ID on Android devices and the advertising ID to Windows Mobile devices to provide personalized advertising and evaluate their use. The advertising IDs are unique, but non-personalized and non-permanent identification numbers for a specific device, which are provided by the operating systems. The data collected with these IDs are not linked to other device-related information. Hereinafter we explain - separately for each mobile operating system, for which we provide the app - how to enable or disable these advertising technologies.
Open "Settings" on your iOS device and select the menu item "Privacy" and then the sub-item "Advertising". If you activate the option "No Ad Tracking", we can only perform limited measures such as the determination of the unique use ("unique user") or fraud prevention. In the same menu you can delete the IDFA ("Reset Ad-ID") at any time and a new ID is then created which cannot be merged with the previous collected data.
Open "Google Settings" on your Android device and select the menu item "Ads". Activate the "Opt out of Ads Personalization” to prevent the creation of profiles and the display of personalized advertising. In the same menu you can delete the your advertising ID ("Reset advertising ID") at any time and a new ID is then created which cannot be merged with the previous collected data.
c) Windows MobileOpen "Settings" on your Windows Mobile and select the menu item "advertising ID". If you select "Off" we can only perform limited measures such as the determination of the unique use ("unique user") or fraud prevention.
By using the app Onefootball collects statistical data. However, this data can at no time be associated to your person. This data collection serves to improve Onefootball and to provide you as user with the most extensive functionality possible.
For this purpose we use so-called web beacons which can be explained as simple programming codes that let us know when the app has been displayed or which parts in the app have been clicked on. To this end, Onefootball uses the service of Google Analytics for the web-app (by Google Inc, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA). For the mobile apps on iOS and Android we are using the services of Flurry Analytics (by Yahoo, 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089, USA), adjust.io (by adjust GmbH, Saarbrücker Str. 38a, 10405 Berlin), Localytics (by Localytics, 8th Floor, 101 Arch St, Boston, MA 02110, USA) and MoPub (by MoPub, Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA). The data collected by these counting methods tools are collected anonymously. A connection between your data and your person through these systems cannot be drawn.
You can disable these services if no longer wished to participate in the analysis by Onefootball:
For deactivating the service of Google Analytics, which is provided for the web-app, click on the following link and follow further instructions.
In the web app we are partly using so-called cookies. Cookies do not damage your computer and contain no viruses. Cookies serve to make our offer more user-friendly, effective and safe. Cookies are small text files which are dropped on your computer and stored by your browser. Most of the cookies we use are so-called "session cookies". They are deleted automatically after the end of your visit. Other cookies remain on your device until you delete them. These cookies allow us to recognize your browser on your next visit. You can set your browser in a way that you are informed about cookies and you allow cookies only individually, that you exclude cookies in certain cases or in general, and that you activate the automatic deletion of cookies when closing your browser. The functionality of this website may be restricted when cookies are deactivated.
We delete your data insofar as it is no longer required for the aforementioned purposes. If you delete your account, we also delete all data from your account. Data that you have shared publicly with others remains available, since it belongs to the account of a third party or is on a public platform. If data must be retained for legal reasons, it will be locked. The data is then no longer available for further use.
You can receive information at any time about the personal data we have stored about you. You can check, correct or delete it, or withdraw your consent to its use, at any time. To do so, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.