The Salisbury Football Club Supporters Club (SFCSC) take the security of your data very seriously.
The SFCSC is the data controller and responsible for deciding how your data is used and making sure it is kept private
We collect data directly from you, or from any person acting on your behalf, via website, email, social media, telephone, personal contact and paper forms in order to confirm your identity, address and other means of contact.
The data will enable us to fulfil your membership requirements and ensure that you are kept abreast of any matters
related to Salisbury FC that might affect you as fans. In some circumstances we may require bank details and if this applies, we will ask for your bank details, tell you why we need them, and ask for your consent.
Our use of your data is solely for the management of your membership, and gives us the legitimate right to store your
data and provide you with information regarding the Salisbury Football Club.
The SFCSC will not use your data for any other reasons without your specific consent.
Your data, however held, will not be shared, sold or passed on to any other party.
Your data will be kept for as long as you have a relationship with us.
After this time, your data will be kept for as long as required to settle any queries or complaints and then destroyed.
Your data will be held on password protected computer files managed by a limited number of Committee Members.
Data will be processed within Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access and e-commerce programmes.
These service providers may have back-up and other facilities outside of the UK. Data will also be passed between
computers managed by the SFCSC verbally and by means of email, telephone, and hard copy.
Your data may also be held within hard copy (paper) files for record and accounting purposes in secure environments.
Your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
You have the right to obtain confirmation that your data is being processed
You have the right of access to your personal data
You have the right to have inaccurate personal data rectified, or completed if it is incomplete
You can make a request for rectification verbally or in writing, to which we have one calendar month to respond
The GDPR introduces a right for individuals to have personal data erased
An individual can make a request for erasure or restriction verbally or in writing, to which we have one calendar month
If you have a concern about SFCSC information rights practices, or how your data is handled, you may contact the dedicated legal team at County FA’s – 08448 240432 or email Countylegalhelp@TheFA.com