1. FC Nürnberg – Public Procedure Register – Privacy Policy

1. General:

This is a guarantee of special concern, data protection and thus the guarantee of your rights to privacy. According to § 4g i.V.m. § 4e Nr. 1 - 8 BDSG (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz – Data Protection Act), it is a legal requirement to make specific information available. In doing so, 1. FC Nürnberg complies with the Commission for Data Protection.

2. Name and Contact Details of the relevant office:

1. Fußball-Club Nürnberg
Valznerweiherstraße 200
90480 Nürnberg

Telefon: (0911) 940 79 – 100
Telefax: (0911) 940 79 – 510
E-Mail: info@fcn.de or datenschutz@fcn.de
Internet: www.fcn.de
Registry court: Amtsgericht Nürnberg
Club register number: VR 350
Tax number-ID: DE133550308

3. Relevant Contact Persons:

The Board represents the club in all matters, in and out of court. Two board members are jointly authorized to represent the club. These board members are:

Sporting Director and Public Relations Manager: Martin Bader
Head of Finances and Management: Ralf Woy

4. IT Department:

Management of data processing has been taken over by Mr. Daniel Kirchner.

5. Affected Groups and Categories of Data:

1. FC Nürnberg e.V. and 1. FCN Marketing GmbH collect, process and use data from the following categories of people:

  • Employee data
  • Sponsoring data
  • Customer and deliverymen data
  • Prospective data
  • Member data
  • Data from persons among the fan representative, merchandising and ticketing departments, and other with the consent of the person(s) being transferred

6. Purpose of Data Collection, Processing or Use:

Data from the data category ‘Nr. 5’ is collected, processed and used for the following purposes:

  • Performance and fulfilment of data from contracts: purchase contracts, service agreements, licence agreements:
  • Employee data to fulfil all legal obligations
  • Processing of requests
  • Payroll
  • Accounting / Checking

7. Recipients or group, to whom data may be disclosed:

  • Public authorities in accordance with legal regulations External customers and contract providers, as well as service providers from data processing fields, according to § 11 BDSG
  • Internal departments and other external agencies to fulfil the above purposes

8. Statutory Periods for Deletion of Data:

The legislature has enacted various retention obligations and retention periods. After the passing of these dates, relevant data will be routinely deleted after it is no longer required for the fulfilment of a contract. Wherever data is not required, it will be deleted if it’s purpose has been served.

9. Planned Data transfer to third parties:

Disclosure of data or information to third parties is prohibited.