For the purposes of the Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), Beach Soccer Worldwide, S.L. (Hereinafter referred to as BEACH SOCCER or COMPANY) informs the User that any personal data provided at any time and voluntarily to our COMPANY through our employees, website or any other means, will be included in an automated data file of a personal character created and maintained under the responsibility of BEACH SOCCER and will be treated with the following exclusive purposes:
- The development, fulfillment and execution of the contract of sale of the products that you have acquired or of any other contract between both.
- To respond to any request or request that may arise.
- Provide you with information about BEACH SOCCER products, including, in relation to such products, the sending of commercial communications by e-mail or by any other equivalent means of electronic communication.
Who is in charge of the treatment of your personal data?
Which personal data is collected and when?
In order to give you a better website experience, we might ask you to provide us some personal data. For instance, when you order products, when you contact us or sign up for communications/newsletters, create an account, participate in a survey/contest, or use our websites.
These personal data might include:
- Contact details, including name, e-mail, phone number and address (shipping address for instance);
- Account information, including username, password and user ID;
- Personal data including sex, city, birth date and previous order’s history.
- Payment information or credit cards;
- Images, pictures and videos;
- Data regarding physical aspects, including weight, height and body measurements (Such as clothes’ size)
- Personal preferences including wish list, as well as marketing and cookies preferences.
We collect additional personal data in order to improve your experience in our websites. For instance, we might ask you location details or social media credentials.
Device identity, call status, network status, storage information, battery information;
Cookies, IP directions, data which identifies your web browser and version, visit counters and website tags.
We request the parent’s consentment for the cases in which, an individual younger than the adult age in his/her country of residence might legally need such consentment prior to taking part in the action he intends to.
Tools used to manage personal data collected
When using our websites, we facilitate notices or obtain your consentment for certain practices. For instance, we obtain your consentment to use your location or send you newsletters.
Why and How we use your personal data?
We use your personal data for the following purposes:
To provide you with the different functions from our websites and services that you request.
When using our websites, your personal data will be used to provide you with the product or service you requested. For instance, if you place an order on store.beachsoccer.com, or participate in an event or promotion, the contact information you provided will be used to contact you regarding your purchase, event or promotion. If you contact with our customer service, we might use some of your personal information, such as delivery information or paying information, or your order details, including products bought, with the aim of helping you resolve any related problems or questions.
In many cases, to use such particular functions in our websites, it is possible that you have to provide Beach Soccer some additional data or consentment to use. For instance, to share content on social media, your credentials from your social media accounts might be asked.
To communicate information about our products, services, events and other promotional reasons.
If you are a Beach Soccer customer (For instance, if you have placed an order on our shop), we might use your contact details, which you previously provided us, to send you marketing communications regarding products or services from Beach Soccer, when the applicable law allows for it (Except for when you did not accept such communications).
In other cases, we will ask you for your consentment in order to send you marketing communications. We can use the information you provide us, as well as the information from other products or services from Beach Soccer – such as the use of websites, your visits, orders placed at Beach Soccer, your Beach Soccer event and contests participation – with the aim to customize these communications regarding products and services that might be of relevance to you.
To operate, improve and keep our business, products and services
It is possible that we use the data you provide us to operate our business. For instance, when you make a purchase, we might use that information for accounting, audit or other internal reasons. Another example could be the possibility that we use data regarding how you use our products and services in order to improve your user experience and help us diagnose technical and service problems, as well as to manage our websites.
To protect our proprietary or security rights or those from third parties
For general purposes of investigation and analysis
We use data from our visitors regarding the use of our websites and services to understand the behavior or preferences of our clients. For instance, we might use the information regarding how our visitors of BeachSoccer.com use and find products with the aim to understand and improve the different ways to organize and present our products or websites.
We might also use your personal data for other reasons, and when doing so, we will provide you with a specific message at the time of collection and we will also ask for your consent when needed.
For the treatment of your personal data, our legal base depends on how you interact with our websites.
When you purchase products through our websites, we need your personal data to comply with our contract relation. For instance, we will need your payment details, such as bank account or credit card, and contact details to complete and deliver your order.
We might also rely on other legal fundamentals, such as our legitimate interests as a company, the fulfillment of a legal obligation or the protection of your vital interests.
Exchange of your personal data
Exchange of Beach Soccer
Beach Soccer shares your personal data with:
- Beach Soccer entities for the purposes and conditions described previously
- Third parties which are service providers and treat personal data in the name of Beach Soccer, for instance, to process credit cards and payments, shipping and delivery of orders, host and manage our customers data, distribute e-mails, investigate and analyse, manage brand promotions and products, as well as manage certain services and functions.
- When third party services are used, these parties agree to comply and fullfil the actions needed to protect your personal data.
- To any third party, should you have previously given consent for it.
We can also transfer your personal data that we have, in the case that part or the totality of our business is sold or transferred.
When you use certain social functions in our websites, you can create a public profile that might include information such as your username, profile image and city.
Protection and Treatment of your personal data
Encryption and security
We use a variety of security and organization tools, including encryptation and authentication, to protect your personal data.
International transfer of your personal data
We take measures to comply with the legal requirements for the transfer of personal data to recipients in countries outside the European Economic Space or Switzerland. We use a variety of tools to make sure your personal data transferred to those countries is treated with adequate protection in accordance with the personal data regulations.
When the personal data is transferred internally, within Beach Soccer, we use a personal data transfer agreement.
Conservation of your personal data
Your rights in relation to your personal data
You have the rights to request: (i) the access to your personal data; (ii) an electronic copy of your personal data; (iii) the correction of your personal data if these are incomplete or inexact; or (iv) the elimination or restriction of your personal data in certain circumstances offered by the applicable law. This rights are not absolute. When we have received your request for the treatment of your personal data, you have the rights to revoke those at any time.
Should you want to request a copy of your personal data or make use of your rights, you can do so by contacting Beach Soccer at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the reference <LOPD – ARCO Rights>.
Revoke of commercial communications
If you have an account at Beach Soccer, you can opt to stop recieving commercial communications from Beach Soccer, modifying your preferences in the “account” section of our website. You can also stop recieving them modifying your e-mail, or by following the unsubscribe instructions included in the e-mails. Alternatively, you can also contact us at email@example.com
Cookies and Pixel Tags
Beach Soccer collects information, which might include personal data, from your web browser when you use our websites. We use a variety of methods, such as cookies and pixel tags to collect this information, that might include (i) your IP address; (ii) unique cookies identifier, cookies information and information regarding your device software and capacity to access certain functions; (iii) unique device identifier and type of device; (iv) domain, type of browser and language, (v) system configuration; (vi) country and time zone; (vii) web pages previously visited; (viii) information regarding your preferences mentioned; and (ix) access times and reference URL.
Third parties may also collect information through websites using cookies, plug-ins and third party widgets. These third parties collect data straight from your web browser and the treatment of such data is subject to their own privacy policies.
Functionals: These cookies are necessary for the basic functionality of the website and, therefore, are always allowed for it. These include cookies that allow you to be remembered as you explore our websites in a single session, or if you request it, session to session. They help in the shopping and payment process, as well as in to assist in security questions and in accordance with laws.
Performance: These cookies allow us to improve the functionality of our websites through the tracking of the use visitors do. In some cases, these cookies might also improve the speed in which we process your request and allow us to remember your preferences from the selected website. Revoking these cookies can lead to a worse website experience, including bad recommendations and slow performance of the website.
Social Media and Advertising: Social Media cookies offer the possibility to connect to your social media accounts and share the content from our websites through social media. Advertising cookies (Third parties) collect information which helps to better adapt advertising to your interests, both inside and outside our websites. In some cases, these cookies imply the treatment of your personal data. Revoking these cookies might imply seeing adverts not as relevant to you or that you might not connect to Facebook, Twitter or other social media platforms and/or share content in those in an effective way.
You can always change your preferences visiting the “Cookies” section at the end of the pages in our websites.
To get a complete and updated overview from each third party that access your web browser (Through Beach Soccer websites or in any other way), we recommend you to install a web browser plug-in aimed at that. You can also choose that your computer warns you each time a cookie is send, or choose to deactivate all cookies. This can be done through your web browser configuration in any device you use. Each web browser may be different, so we recommend you check their “help” section to know the correct way to modify your cookies. If you choose to deactivate cookies, it is very likely that you will not have access to many of the functions that make our websites faster and more efficient, and therefore, some of our services might not work properly.
Use of websites from Beach Soccer with products and services from third parties
Our websites let you interact with a wide variety of products and digital services.
If you choose to connect your Beach Soccer account with a third party device or account, your privacy rights in third party platforms will be ruled by privacy policies from those.
Our websites might provide links to other (third) websites and apps for your convenience or information. The websites or apps linked have their own warnings or privacy policies, we strongly advise you to check them. We are not responsible for the content, use of those websites/apps or privacy policies from any third party that is not controlled by us.
Questions and Comments
If you wish to send us your thoughts, questions or make use of your rights related to your personal data, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the reference <LOPD – ARCO Rights>.
You also have the right to present a complaint against the correspondent authority in the country in which you reside.
You may at any time exercise your right of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition as stipulated in the LOPD, writing to the following address:
Beach Soccer Worldwide, S.L.
Calle Marc Mir, 3
08770, Sant Sadorni d’Anoia
You can also exercise these rights through the following email address: email@example.com indicating the reference <LOPD – ARCO Rights>.
In order for the information contained in our files to be always up-to-date and free of errors, we request the User to communicate to us as soon as possible the modifications and corrections of his personal data.
We inform you that all necessary technical and organizational security measures have been taken to ensure the protection of your personal data and to prevent unauthorized alteration, loss, processing and / or access, taking into account the state of the art, the nature of the data stored and the risks to which they are exposed, all in accordance with the provisions of Article 9 of the LOPD and Chapter VIII of Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December 2007 approving the New regulation for the development of the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data.