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Player Privacy Notice

player privacy statement

The Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA) and its affiliates ("we/us", "UEFA") are data controllers and are the data controllers of players and their associated persons (for example, the coaching, technical and medical staff of a club or national team) (also "you"). / your "), including personal data.

The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to provide information and transparency about the way your personal data is processed at UEFA.

UEFA is committed to complying with data protection laws to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your personal data while respecting your privacy. The commitments described here support UEFA&#39's values and principles of action and comply with applicable Swiss and European law.

This Privacy Statement has been prepared in English and has been translated into other languages. In case of any inconsistency between the English and the translations, the English text will prevail and be used to clear any doubts about interpretation.

Latest version of this Privacy Statement: Released November 2020'

1 COVERS OF THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT

This Privacy Notice applies to the method of processing personal data collected for your participation in UEFA&#39's competitions or when you otherwise interact with UEFA and explains to you the types of personal data UEFA&#39 may collect, how it will be processed and third parties. and how long will UEFA keep it. It also explains your rights regarding this personal data.

2 HOW DO WE COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

Certain personal data collected and processed by UEFA comes from direct interactions with you and includes details provided by you and your club, the league or football affiliate association, or other third parties such as FIFA or the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). .

3 WHICH PERSONAL DATA WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE IT

The types of personal data we collect and the purpose of processing them depend on your relationship with us. 'Personal data' means any information that may be directly or indirectly linked to you as an individual.

Please note that some personal data you provide may be considered sensitive or may qualify for special category status under Article. 3 c letter or Art. 9. EU General Data Protection Regulation This could be, for example, information about political views, religious beliefs, physical or mental health, or a photo showing your ethnicity.

UEFA competitions and events
When you participate in a UEFA competition or event, we may collect and process the following types of information for administrative purposes:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth, gender, nationality and, in the case of minors, your legal representative

• Professional information such as your club(s), position, professional experience and skills

• Contact information such as your phone number, address and e-mail address

• Travel information such as your accommodation and travel information

This allows us to organize UEFA competitions and events, facilitate your registration and carry out pre-registration measures (contract performance).

UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations
When you participate in a UEFA competition or event, we may process the following types of information:

a) To check that clubs participating in UEFA club competitions comply with the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations:

• Personal information for minors such as your full name, date of birth, nationality and legal representative

• Professional information such as your club(s) and contracts you have with them (including details of any fees and compensation) and a record of all previous transfers and contracts

b) To provide some statistical and benchmarking information about players and clubs:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth and nationality

• Professional information such as your club(s)

This action is justified by our legitimate interests to organize and administer UEFA competitions and related events in an effective and lawful manner, to take measures designed to protect the integrity of football, and to investigate violations of good faith and UEFA regulations.

Anti-doping regulations
When you participate in a UEFA competition or event, we may collect and process the following types of information:

a) Scheduling doping controls at all times and ensuring that the players to be tested are identified in a way that maximizes effectiveness and fairness:

• Personal information such as your full name, gender, date of birth and nationality

• Professional information such as your club / clubs and position

• Medical information such as your biological profiles (past anti-doping results, general health data) and where you are

b) To collect your biological (blood and urine) samples to ensure you are not using prohibited substances to improve your performance:

• Personal information such as your full name, gender and date of birth

• Professional information such as your club / clubs and position

• Sports data such as the records of the matches you played

• Sample legal information (date and location, player representative name and signature), sample technical information (tag number of each sample, exact time sample was taken), drug statement (diagnosis, substances used, dose, start and end of treatment) and anti-doping result of the test

c) To collect your therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) to ensure you have a valid medical justification for using potentially prohibited substances:

• Personal information such as your full name, gender and date of birth

• Professional information such as your club / clubs and position

• Sports data such as the records of the matches you played

• Medical information such as your treatment information: diagnosis, medical rationale, substances used, start and end of treatment

d) To determine whether a player/club/other person is guilty of violating anti-doping rules and to take appropriate disciplinary action:

• Personal information such as your full name, gender and date of birth

• Professional information such as your club(s) and position

• Sports data such as the records of the matches you played

• Sample legal information (date and location, player representative name and signature), sample technical information (tag number of each sample, exact time sample was taken), drug statement (diagnosis, substances used, dose, start and end of treatment) and anti-doping result of the test

This action is justified by our legitimate interests to effectively and legally organize and administer UEFA competitions and related activities, to take measures to eliminate doping in football by conducting anti-doping tests, and to comply with health and safety obligations. Where sensitive or special categories of personal data need to be collected or processed, we will always ask for your specific consent.

Discipline and integrity cases
When you participate in a UEFA competition or event, we may collect and process the following types of information:

a) To determine whether a player/club/other person is guilty of violating UEFA rules and regulations or other sporting regulations and to take disciplinary action:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth, gender and nationality

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Contact information such as your address, phone number and e-mail address

• Sports data such as records of matches you played and disciplinary actions against you

b) To investigate specific match situations or disputes, listen to stakeholder statements and determine appropriate sanctions:

• Personal information such as your full name

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Sports data such as records of matches you played, disciplinary actions against you and information about your performance

c) To detect matches that may have been corrected, maintain integrity and prevent crime and corruption in football:

• Personal information such as your full name

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Sports data such as records of matches you played, including disciplinary actions against you and information about your performance

d) To implement measures designed to protect the integrity of a UEFA competition or event:

• Personal information such as your full name

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Sports data such as records of matches you played, disciplinary actions against you and information about your performance

This action is justified by our legitimate interests to organize and administer UEFA competitions and related events effectively and legally, to handle legal disputes involving you or other players, and to investigate breaches of integrity.

Performance analysis and match data
When you participate in a UEFA competition or event, we may collect and process the following types of information:

a) To provide live data for the public reporting of specific UEFA competitions and for their own tactical analysis for participating teams:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth and nationality

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Tracking data such as live pitch and performance data for specific matches such as positioning, distance running and passes made

• Tactical feeding such as tailored coaching / tactical feeding

b) To use analysis, statistics, data and other information for archival and statistical purposes, as well as for public reporting on UEFA competitions and events and their promotions:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth and nationality

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Sports data such as records of matches you played and information about your performance

• Media data belonging to you, such as photos, pictures, videos, media and audio recordings

c) Provide clubs with statistical information on the number and type of injuries and allow them to use this data to improve recovery and sports performance:

• Personal information such as your full name, date of birth and nationality

• Professional information such as your club(s)

• Medical information such as type and history of injury, diagnosis and medical treatment

d) To monitor the progress of the game and identify training needs, including preparation and delivery of UEFA&#39 technical reports:

• Tracking data such as live pitch and performance data for some matches such as positioning, distance running and passes made

• Tactical feeding such as tailored coaching / tactical feeding

This action is justified by our legitimate interests to record information about attendees of UEFA competitions and events, to promote and commercialize UEFA competitions and events, and to improve the fan experience in the stadium, online and during match broadcasts.

Where sensitive or special categories of personal data need to be collected or processed, we will always ask for your specific consent.

Contact
If we need to interact with you, we may collect and process the following types of information:

• Personal information such as your full name, gender, date of birth, nationality and, in the case of minors, your legal representative

• Contact information such as your address, phone number and e-mail address

This action is justified by our legitimate interests in contacting you.

Legal obligations and emergencies
We may also use your personal data for other purposes, including sharing it with third parties when we need to comply with a legal obligation (for example, because a court has ordered us to do so) or protect yours or someone else's vitals. out in an emergency. In such cases, we may not have time or we may be legally required to notify you.

Additional purposes
We may also use your personal data for other purposes for which we will give you specific prior notice.

4 PERSONAL DATA SHARING AND DISCLOSURE

We may share your personal data:

• for internal reasons between us (UEFA and its affiliates), primarily for business (promotion of UEFA competitions), administrative and operational purposes (such as managing UEFA competitions and events, statistics tabs, research projects, technical reports or individual research), with this Privacy Notice;

• With external third parties acting on our behalf and providing services to us, such as technology providers and hosting companies, analytics companies and medical professionals, and that adhere to similar and equally stringent privacy and confidentiality commitments;

• with clubs or national teams participating in UEFA competitions, for their own administrative use and internal tactical or statistical analysis, or to inform them of any disciplinary decisions, anti-doping test results or injury study reports;

• With the various UEFA committees and bodies responsible for monitoring compliance with UEFA rules and regulations and other sports organizations such as FIFA or WADA responsible for ensuring compliance with sports regulations;

• For use on broadcasters and websites and social media covering UEFA competitions, including for the purposes of including a limited subset of viewing data in multilateral broadcast and support commentary;

• with the media to include certain information and statistics in match press kits or any media support;

• with sponsors selected to provide additional services on uefa.com'

• with certain third parties pursuant to court orders or authorizations;

• with police and government officials, especially for conducting security or administrative checks at UEFA competitions or events in which you will attend;

• With third parties that you have given us express permission to do so from time to time during your relationship with us.

5 TRANSMITTING PERSONAL DATA

Your personal data is generally stored within Switzerland and the EEA, but may be forwarded in limited circumstances to suppliers located outside of Switzerland or the EEA, including the USA. In such cases, we ensure that adequate security measures are in place to provide equivalent protection, as within Switzerland and the EEA, and in accordance with applicable data protection laws. We have established EU model contractual clauses as adequate protection for the transmission of data outside of Switzerland and the EEA. For more details on how we protect your personal data transmitted outside Switzerland and the EEA (including how to obtain a copy of such measures), you can contact us using the details set out in Section 10&#39 below.

6 DATA STORAGE AND ARCHIVING

Personal data processed by UEFA will only be stored for as long as necessary to fulfill the above-mentioned purposes. This will generally, but not in all cases, apply for the duration of your contract with us to comply with our legal obligations or protect UEFA's rights. When determining the relevant retention periods for your personal data, we will consider factors such as:

• Our contractual obligations and rights regarding the relevant personal data

• Legal obligation(s) to retain data for a specified period of time under applicable law or sports regulations

• Limitation statute under applicable law(s), i.e. period in which contractual claims can be brought, which in Switzerland is ten years

• Our legitimate interests for which we perform balancing tests (see Section 3&#39 above)

• (Potential) disputes

• Guidelines issued by the relevant data protection authorities.

7 YOUR RIGHTS

By law, you have various rights when it comes to your personal data, subject to certain conditions. More information and advice about your rights can be obtained from the data protection regulator in your country.

Rights What does it mean?
Your right to object to processing You have the right to object to certain types of processing, particularly where reasons based on your situation override our legitimate interests.
Your right to be informed You have the right to receive clear, transparent and easy-to-understand information about how we use your personal data and your rights, which is the purpose of this Privacy Notice.
Your right to access your personal data You have the right to access your personal data and certain other information, such as those provided in this Privacy Notice.

This is to let you know and control that we are using your personal data in accordance with data protection law.

Your right to update and correct You have the right to request correction of your personal data if it is inaccurate or incomplete.
Right to delete This is also 'right to be forgotten' and in simple terms, it allows you to request the deletion or removal of your personal data where there is no compelling reason for UEFA to continue using it. This is not a general right of deletion as there are exceptions.
Your right to restrict processing You have the right to prevent or suppress the further use of your personal data. When processing is restricted, UEFA may still retain your personal data but will no longer use this data. We maintain lists of people who request further use of their personal data to ensure future compliance with the restriction.
Your right to data portability You have the right to receive and reuse your personal data in different services for your own purposes, but only when the processing is based on your consent or a contract.
Your right to complain You have the right to complain about the way UEFA&#39 processes or processes your personal data by contacting your national data protection regulator directly.
Your right to withdraw your consent If you have given UEFA&#39 permission to process your personal data, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time, but that does not mean that anything we have done with your personal data up to that point can be considered illegal. .

You may exercise any of these rights by contacting us in writing, by e-mail or by post at the addresses below. Please note that we may need to prove your identity before responding to your request.

E-mail address
privacy@uefa.ch

Message
Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA)
Corporate Legal Services
Data Protection – Data Subject Request
Route de Geneve 46
post case
CH-1260 Nyon 2
Switzerland

We usually respond to requests and provide free information, but we may charge a reasonable fee to cover our administrative costs when providing information for:

• Unfounded or excessive / repeated requests

• Other copies of the same information

UEFA may refuse, restrict or delay the provision of information when it has the right to do so under current data protection legislation.

Please consider your request responsibly before submitting it. We will respond as quickly as we can. Generally, this will happen within one month of receiving your request, but if it will take longer to handle, we'll let you know.

8 DATA SECURITY

UEFA defines and implements reasonable technical and organizational measures to ensure the security of your personal data as determined by the nature of the personal data processed and the conditions of processing, in order to avoid unauthorized processing or access, alteration or loss, and to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability.

9 CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT

The Privacy Statement is available at any time at www.uefa.com/playerprivacynotice/ and is subject to change from time to time. We will embed any updated version at www.uefa.com/playerprivacynotice/.

You are responsible for ensuring that you are familiar with the terms of this Privacy Notice. UEFA reserves the right to change this at any time without notice to you; however, we will notify you if we make significant changes.

10 CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Statement, please contact us at privacy@uefa.ch. If you are dissatisfied with our response to a complaint you have made, or if you think we are not complying with data protection law, you can file a complaint with the data protection regulator in your country.

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