KRC Genk's aim is to organize, disseminate and promote football in all its aspects. Its task is to convince as many supporters as possible to stand behind our teams as one and allow them to attend matches in optimal conditions.
In addition, KRC Genk also has a social role to play, since football can be a means to help fulfil a number of social objectives such as inclusion, health, children's and human rights & sustainability, and through various social projects they always try to highlight and promote the core values of "respect, fair play and education".
This privacy statement was last amended on: 10/09/2020
- Contacting details
- Data Controller
- Which personal data does KRC Genk processes?
- With whom do we share your personal data?
- Security of your personal data
- Storing your personal data
- What are your rights and how can you exercise them?
Processing of personal data: A processing is an operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or a set of personal data, whether or not by automatic means, such as the collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, blocking, erasure or destruction of data. Personal data is any information relating to a natural person which enables the direct or indirect identification of that person.
A processor: A processor is a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body that processes personal data on behalf of the controller.
A data controller: A data controller is a natural or legal person, a public authority, a service or any other body which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.
KRC Genk vzw
Stadionplein 4, 3600 Genk
+32(0)89 84 84 10
If, as a data subject, you wish to exercise your rights, you must always turn to the data controller.
- When ordering a subscription or ticket
When purchasing a subscription or tickets, we process personal identification data and personal characteristics. We process these data on the basis of the agreement you enter into with us.
If you buy your tickets online through our ticket system you create an account where we also process security information such as your password.
- When ordering a children's subscription
For each paid subscription of father and/or mother, one child under the age of 12 receives a free children's subscription. The parent agrees to check if the child meets these conditions, as we will check your kids-id.
- When ordering a disabled subscription
In order to be entitled to a disabled subscription, we ask you to submit a medical certificate to check whether you meet the conditions.
- For purchases in the webshop
To make purchases in the webshop we process personal identification data, personal characteristics, physical characteristics (e.g. clothing size), security data (login name and password), consumer habits, financial identification data (e.g. bank account number). We need all these data to guarantee the correct handling of the purchase.
- When using the cashless card
You can also use your subscription card as a cashless card to make payments in and around the stadium. We process consumer habits and financial identification data if you want to upload the card.
- As Genkie member
If you are a Genkie member we will process your personal identification data, personal characteristics.
- When participating in a competition
Competitions are regularly organized by KRC Genk. When participating in these contests, participants' personal data is processed for the purpose of contacting the winner(s) with whom we can deliver their prize as well as to publish the winner(s). The processing of personal data is based on your consent.
5.1.2 Attending a match
- Ticket control
According to the Football Act, KRC Genk must check whether your ticket is valid, whether you are the rightful possessor or whether you are subject to a stadium ban.
- Placement of surveillance cameras
In accordance with the Football Act, KRC Genk has installed surveillance cameras in and around the stadium with the aim of maintaining safety in and around the stadium before, during and after a match. In particular, KRC Genk uses these cameras to prevent, determine or detect nuisance and crimes against persons or property, or to maintain public order. For this purpose, footage is collected, processed and stored.
5.1.3 Follow-up of and contact with the club
- When visiting our website
- When using the app
When you use our app, we process the device id of your smartphone so that you can only vote once per device. We base this on our legitimate interest to make sure the vote is fair.
You can also register as a subscriber in the app so that you can consult your balance.
We also keep device information (such as operating system version and browser) in order to detect and solve any technical problems.
- When receiving direct marketing
When you subscribe to our newsletter you give us permission to send you a newsletter.
If there is an existing customer relationship, because you made a purchase from KRC Genk (e.g. webshop, ticket), KRC Genk has a legitimate interest to send you direct marketing regarding similar products or services provided by KRC Genk itself.
You always have the opportunity to unsubscribe.
- In dealing with a question, providing assistance, offering information at your request
You can contact KRC Genk via various channels (telephone, correspondence, email, contact form website, social media). We will only use the personal data you provide to answer your questions.
- When requesting an offer
If you would like more information about the services or products of KRC Genk, you can request a quote through various channels (telephone, website, social media, ...). For this purpose KRC Genk processes personal identification data (such as name and email) in order to provide you with the most accurate proposal possible.
- When processing an order, following up invoices and commercial agreements
If you order products or services from or deliver them to KRC Genk, KRC Genk processes personal identification data, professional data for the correct handling and follow-up of the order or delivery.
- When participating in a business-seat dinner, event or a visit to the stadium
KRC Genk organises events or you can come and visit the stadium. KRC Genk processes the organisation of such an event personal identification data, professional data and financial identification data (for payment) at the time of registration. If catering is provided for the event, we will also process your food preferences.
- At the publication of the KRC Genk Koppen magazine
KRC Genk publishes a KRC Genk Koppen magazine, in which all seat holders have the opportunity to create visibility. Each seat holder is listed in this magazine with details of the legal entity. In addition, KRC Genk also gives the possibility to add visual material and personal identification data (such as professional email address). This processing is based on the consent of the person concerned.
Our scouts are always looking for new young football talent. If you are spotted by our scouts, we ask permission from your parents to complete some test training. We will process your personal identification data and personal characteristics (such as date of birth).
- When applying
KRC Genk is regularly looking for new enthusiastic and motivated employees. During the application procedure KRC Genk processes the following categories of personal data: personal identification data, personal characteristics (such as language, date of birth, ...), competencies, educational history, career, curriculum vitae, image, work references. We process these data in the run-up to an employment contract.
- When establishing a recruitment reserve
If KRC Genk does not accept you after an application, but would like to keep your CV for future opportunities, KRC Genk will ask for your permission to keep your CV.
On the website play.krcgenk.gg/krc-genk-esports you can compete online against your friends or other gamers in different tournaments and leaderboards. As a result, you can win several prizes. In order to participate, KRC Genk collects the following data:
- When creating an account
Via a web form on the website, you can register and then log in with a userID and password. In doing so, KRC Genk processes personal identification data, date of birth to check the legal minimum age, language preference and security data (such as password).
Once your account has been created, you can also change your profile picture and banner to make yourself better identifiable on the website. Except with your permission, KRC Genk will never use this photo for its own purposes.
- When sending emails
If you have registered on the Esport website, KRC Genk will be able to send you updates about the organised tournaments (e.g. changed starting data/ starting time). KRC Genk will use your mail address for this purpose.
- When participating in a tournament or competition
When you register for a tournament or competition, your UserID will be registered. Your UserID will be visible to other participants, allowing to challenge each other. In addition, statistics (such as number of matches, number of victories etc.) will be stored. These statistics, together with your UserID, will be listed on the website.
- When exchanging rewards
By participating in tournaments and competitions, you can collect digital coins which you can exchange for prizes or rewards in the webshop of the Esport website.
For granting online rewards (e.g. vouchers) KRC Genk uses your personal identification data and e-mail address. For tangible rewards (e.g. shirts) KRC Genk also needs your address to send you this reward.
We use profiling to give users of our platforms a personalized experience with personalized messaging, and taking into account your interests, preferences, consumer behavior, social media behavior. This profiling is based on preferences you express through social media, actions, contests you follow, ... .
KRC Genk does not share your personal data with third parties, unless:
- If you buy tickets for a competition, the data will also be passed on to the organizer of this competition (such as KBVB, Pro League, UEFA, FIFA) so that they can inform you about the competition.
- KRC Genk has received your prior permission for this.
- KRC Genk will be obliged to do so within the framework of a regulation or legal procedure.
- KRC Genk is requested to do so by legislative or judicial authorities.
- KRC Genk organizes an event together with partners or suppliers. The list of participants is also communicated to the partners or suppliers.
KRC Genk uses certain subcontractors such as consultants, IT companies, tools ... and this in order to outsource part of our services to them. These subcontractors are not regarded as third parties but as processors. We ensure that we enter into processing contracts with these subcontractors to guarantee that they take the necessary technical and organisational measures to process your personal data legally and lawfully and under no circumstances disclose them to third parties.
Whenever personal data is transferred to a processor outside the European Economic Area (EEA), KRC Genk will always do so in accordance with the conditions of this privacy statement and KRC Genk will follow the applicable laws and regulations on data protection in order to guarantee adequate safeguards.
KRC Genk makes every effort to protect your personal data and privacy at all times. Various functions within the organisation monitor compliance with legislation and the security of your information, our infrastructure and systems. For example, we constantly try to implement new technical measures, such as encryption, firewalls, access control with strict password requirements, intrusion and anomaly detection and physical security. In the event that an incident does occur involving your information, you will be notified personally in the circumstances provided for by law.
The number of employees who have access to your information is limited and carefully selected. These employees will be granted access to your personal information to the extent that they need it to perform their duties properly. Our employees are trained to handle your information correctly. In addition, for new projects that may have an impact on your privacy, an extensive analysis will be carried out to guarantee your rights, the security and protection of your personal data.
KRC Genk will only retain your personal data for the minimum period necessary to fulfill the purposes set out in this privacy statement. Unless in case of dispute resolution or if a longer retention period is required by law. Non-personal information may be kept for an unlimited period of time in function of statistical purposes.
Cookies are text files that are placed on your computer to collect standard Internet logging and behavioral information. This information is used to keep track of visitor behaviour on the website and to compile statistical reports about the website.
11.1 How can you exercise your rights?
You can exercise your rights by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. To prevent any unauthorized disclosure of your personal data, KRC Genk may ask for more information to verify your identity.
KRC Genk has one month to answer your request. This period starts when KRC Genk has received your application and has all the required information to fulfill your request. The period of one month can be extended after notification and explanation by KRC Genk.
KRC Genk will provide the requested information free of charge. If requests are unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive nature, KRC Genk may charge reasonable compensation or refuse the request.
If for any reason you assume that KRC Genk has not handled your request correctly, you may contact KRC Genk again after which we will look for a solution together with you.
For the sake of completeness, we inform you that if KRC Genk does not respond to your request, refuses it or if our response does not meet your expectations, you always have the right to file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels, Tel +32 (0)2 274 48 00, or via the e-mail address email@example.com.
11.2 What are your rights?
- Right of access: You can ask us which personal data we process about you, for which we process it, which categories of personal data we process, with which categories of third parties we share your personal data, the origin of the processed data and - if applicable - what logic we use in the automatic processing of personal data.
- Right to rectification: If information is incorrect, you can ask us to correct it.
- Right to delete your data: If data is not processed lawfully or if your data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, you can ask us to delete your data.
- Right to restrict processing: By restricting the processing of your personal data, your personal data can still be kept but its use is limited. When you have requested a processing restriction, we may only store your data. This means that no other transactions can take place with your data.
- Right to object: You have the right to object to the fact that your data is processed if that processing is based on a general interest or the legitimate interest of the person processing your data. Moreover, you can also exercise this right of objection if your personal data are processed for direct marketing purposes. This right of objection also applies to profiling, which forms the basis for processing for direct marketing purposes.
- The right to withdraw consent: If the processing of your personal data is based on consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
- The right to transfer data: You have the right to obtain the personal data provided by you in a standard, structured and machine-readable form and you have the right to transfer these personal data to another controller if the processing is based on the legal grounds of consent or contractual relationship.
- Right to object to automated decision-making: The data subject has the right not to be subjected to a fully automated decision-making process. Fully automated means that there is no human intervention that (effectively) contributes to the decision-making process and therefore cannot change the decision-making process.