Privacy Policy & GDPR

Privacy Policy

By accessing you agree to the Online Privacy policy as mentioned below:

Euro Soccer Company conforms to the requirements of the Data Protection Act, 1998. gathers customer information to improve the content of our site, enhance the on-line experience and for promotional purposes. This includes information gathered whilst processing sales, quotations and other processes such responses to surveys and similar requests. No information gathered will be passed on to other organizations nor will we hold sensitive information such as bank details unless otherwise requested. We are committed to these policies – so if you have any queries please message us: and we will endeavour to resolve them.

All persons under the age of 16 must consult their guardians before submitting any information to Persons under the age of 16 will be allowed to enter our competitions/promotions but must have the consent of their guardians prior to forwarding the information when claiming a prize.

All images shown on will have been consented by the guardians/team manager prior to showing them if the image has been sent directly to ourselves.


All content included on this site, such as text, graphics, logos, button icons, images, audio clips, digital downloads, data compilations, and software, is the property of, its customers or its content suppliers and protected by United Kingdom and international copyright laws. The compilation of all content on this site is the exclusive property of and protected by U.K. and international copyright laws. All software used on this site is the property of If you have any queries please message us: and we will endeavour to resolve them.

GDPR – M3C Sports (Euro Soccer Company) Data Handling

Data Protection Officer: Jordan Ruck (01332 666 595) –

M3C Sports will store the following data/information:

  • Customer details when ordering goods, (online, in shop, via email, in person) including; name, organisation name, address, email address, contact number

Stored for: order liaison – quick communications

  • Email addresses on dedicated spreadsheets and mailing accounts (i.e. Mail Chimp) when the customer agrees to receive promotional emails

Stored for: marketing purposes:

Customer information obtained from orders will be stored for up to an infinite time unless the individual has requested the removal of such details. It is likely that after a period of 5 years without contact M3C Sports will remove and destroy this data.

Email addresses stored (from orders up to 01 January 2018) for marketing purposes will remain in use for an infinite time unless the customer specifically asks to opt out of communications (in customer checkout).

M3C Sports / Euro Soccer Company can provide records for all data acquisition.

The data will be stored securely in house on a dedicated storage system, which can only be accessed within the premises. Physical data (i.e. paperwork) will be stored in a filing cabinet at 14 Nottingham Road, Borrowash, Derby, DE72 3FL.

Customer rights:

M3C Sports / Euro Soccer Company aim to be transparent with all data handled and every customer retains the option for their details to be removed at any time. You can do this by contact us on 01332 666 595 or emailing

Should any individual require to lodge a complaint we encourage the issue to be dealt with our chief data protection officer (listed above).

If for any reason you feel your issues have not been resolved after contacting the officer then you maintain the right to raise a complaint to a supervisory authority.

M3C Sports will not store the following information:

  • Banking / payment details – this is destroyed at the time of order
  • Customers emails on spreadsheets / mailing accounts should the customer opt out of marketing communications

3rd Party Sharing:

M3C Sports / Euro Soccer Company will not share customer’s details (of any kind) with any 3rd party company

Data Control:

All personal data stored by M3C Sports / Euro Soccer Company conform to the GDPR legislation and monitored regularly by the chief data protection officer. It remains the officer’s responsibility to ensure that all employees within the company are aware of such procedures.