Disclaimer and conditions of use

1. Ownership and purpose

In compliance with Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, Ley de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y Comercio Electrónico (LSSICE) [Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce], we provide the identity details of the service provider below.

Owner: This web is the exclusive property of LALIGA Group International, S.L. (hereinafter, “LALIGA”), with Spanish Tax Code B-05421805 and registered address at Calle Torrelaguna 60, 28043, Madrid.

LALIGA is a private Sports Association governed by the provisions of Articles 12 and 41 of Spanish Law 10/1990, of 15 October, on Sports, which is exclusively and compulsorily made up by all Public Sporting Companies and Clubs that participate in official national and professional football competitions. LALIGA is registered under entry 1 in the Professional Leagues section of the Register of Sports Associations held by the National Sports Council.

2. The web

2.1. Description

The purpose of the website is to advertise and describe the professional services provided by LALIGA, as well as the different sports projects, sports campuses and programs organized by the aforementioned entity.

2.2. Acceptance of the Conditions of use (hereinafter, the “Conditions”)

The User (as defined below) is required to use the website laligaacademy.com (hereinafter, the “Web”), and its Content, in a diligent, correct and lawful manner, pursuant to prevailing Law, this Disclaimer and its Conditions, any other notices, regulations for use and instructions published, in addition to the principle of morality and generally accepted good customs and public order. In particular, the User refrains from (a) using the Web in an unlawful way or for purposes against prevailing Law, the principle of morality and generally accepted good customs and public order; (b) reproducing or copying, distributing, facilitating public access by any means of public communication, transforming or amending the Content of the Web, unless he/she obtains authorisation from the holder of the corresponding rights or is legally entitled to do so; (c) ignoring, evading or manipulating the copyright and other identification details of the Web.

The downloading and/or use of the Web by a third party confers the status of User (hereinafter, the “User”) thereto, and entails the full acceptance by the User of all the Conditions set out in this Disclaimer.
Sending any direct advertising or commercial information or sending mass emails in a disguised form (spamming) is prohibited without due authorisation.

The User hereby undertakes to refrain from introducing programs, viruses, macros, applets, ActiveX controls or any other form of logical device or sequence of characters that results or may result in any changes to the computer systems of the Parties or third parties.

2.3. Minimum age

To download the Web and access the Web, the User must be at least fourteen (14) years old. Therefore, by accepting these Conditions, the User confirms that he/she is over fourteen (14). Furthermore, users under the age of fourteen (14) may access the Web if authorised by their legal guardians.

The Parties may contact Users at any time to ask them to prove their age and identity accordingly.

To prove their age and identity, Users shall provide a photocopy of their National Identity Document (DNI) or equivalent identity document. In the event that this document is not provided, the Parties may block you from the Web.

2.4. Incorrect use of the Web

The User hereby undertakes to use the Web, the Material (as defined in section 2.3 of the Conditions) and the Content that he/she may access via the Web in an appropriate manner, and to (i) refrain from using them to perform unlawful activities or activities against good faith or the law; (ii) refraining from disseminating content or propaganda of a nature that is racist, xenophobic, pornographic, supporting terrorism or constituting an attack on human rights; (iii) refraining from provoking damage to the physical and computer systems belonging to the Parties or to their suppliers and from introducing or disseminating computer viruses or any other physical and computer systems that could provoke such damage.

2.5. Other content

The Contents of the Web (hereinafter, the “Materials”) shall be owned or licensed by the Parties, and shall be subject to copyright, trademark rights and other intellectual property or industrial rights of the Parties or the licensors of the Parties. All trademarks and service marks of third parties present in the Material shall be the trademarks and service marks of their respective owners.
This Material may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, distributed, transferred, disseminated, shown, sold, granted under licence or exploited for any purpose without prior consent in writing from the Parties, or the licensors of the Parties, as the case may be. The Parties and its licensors reserve all the rights that have not been expressly granted with respect to their Material.

2.6. Availability of User Content by the User: granting of the licence and guarantees

In the event that the Web’s functionality allows User Content to be made available by the User (“User Content” meaning opinions, observations, comments, graphic material, photographs, links, questions, suggestions, information, video, audio and other materials that the User sends to the Web or communicates using the Web), he/she is free to make them available, providing the Parties with the requested information, as applicable, in relation to the origin and ownership of the User Content and the procedure through which the User obtained them. This information must be accurate and verifiable if the Parties so require.

The Parties will decide the User Content that shall be made available to the public through the Web in a free and non-binding manner. In the event that the Parties authorise access to User Content made available via the Web by Users, they shall declare that they are aware and accept that, once made available to other Web Users, the User Content shall be available worldwide. Therefore the Parties and any third party collaborating with the Parties in the development of the Web shall be held harmless for any claim that may arise in this regard.

2.7. Advertising

The User is aware and accepts that advertisements may appear in the Web, and that they may therefore access the Parties advertising and/or advertising from third party companies or professionals that enter into a contract with the Parties.

3. Acceptance of the conditions of use

The User undertakes to use the contents offered on the Web (the “Contents”) in a diligent, correct and legal manner. In particular, the User undertakes to refrain from doing the following: (a) using the Contents in a manner, with purposes or effects contrary to the law, morals or generally-accepted good practices or to public order; (b) reproducing or copying, distributing, allowing public access through any public communication means, transforming or modifying the Contents, save as authorised by the holder of the corresponding rights or where this is legally permitted; (c) suppressing, eluding or manipulating the copyright, and remaining identity details.

The use of the Web by a third party makes such person a User and involves the full acceptance by such User of each and every one of the conditions set out under the Disclaimer.

4. System of liability

4.1. Liability for using the Web

The User is solely liable for any breaches he/she may commit or any damages that may be caused by the use of the Web, with the Parties, their Group of companies, partners, employees and representatives held harmless from any liability that may derive from the User’s actions.

The Parties shall spare no efforts and shall employ all reasonable means to provide updated and reliable information on the Web. However, the Parties shall provide no guarantee in terms of the absence of errors or potential inaccuracies and/or omissions in any of the Content accessible via the Web.

The User is solely responsible for any claims or legal, court or out-of-court proceedings lodged by third parties against the Parties or its partners based on the User’s use of the Web. As applicable, the User shall bear any expenses, costs and compensation for which the Parties are held liable as a result of these claims or legal proceedings.

4.2. Liability for the use of the Web

The Parties shall be held harmless from all liability that may result from interference, omissions, downtime, computer viruses, telephone malfunctions or outages in the operational performance of the electronic system when caused by factors beyond the control of the Parties.

Furthermore, the Parties shall be held harmless from all liability that may result from delays or downtime in the operational performance of this electronic system caused by shortcomings or overloads in telephone lines or the Internet, in addition to damages caused by third parties by means of unlawful interference beyond the control of the Parties.

The Parties are entitled to temporarily suspend, without prior notice, access to the Web to perform maintenance, repairs, updates or improvement works.
In the event that the Web contains links to other websites or platforms not managed by the Parties, the said party hereby declares that it does not control these websites and is not responsible for their content. Links that the Web may contain shall be offered, merely for the purposes of information and shall not construe an opinion on the content, owners, products or services that they offer.

In any case, the Parties shall be held harmless from all liability in terms of the services provided by these third parties in the event of any claims made, regardless of their nature, and lawsuits that may be filed in relation thereto.

5. Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights

All Contents of the Web, unless otherwise indicated, are the exclusive property of the Parties, including but not limited to, the graphic design, source code, logos, texts, graphics, illustrations, photographs and other elements that appear in the Web. Furthermore, all brand names, trademarks and distinguishing features of any Content in the Web are protected by Law.

The Parties do not license or authorise the User to make personal use of their intellectual and industrial property rights or any other right related to the Web and the services offered.
To this end, the User recognises that the reproduction, distribution, marketing, transformation and, in general, any other form of exploitation, by any means, of all or part of the Content of the Web represents a breach of the intellectual and/or industrial property rights of the company or the holder of these rights.

The User may solely and exclusively use the Material that appears in this Web for his/her own personal and private use; their use for commercial purposes or to partake in unlawful activities shall be prohibited.

Based on the provisions of Articles 8 and 32.1, paragraph two, of the Intellectual Property Law, the reproduction, distribution and public communication, including the provision, of all or part of the Content of this Web, for commercial purposes, regardless of the medium or technical means, shall be expressly prohibited without authorisation from the Parties. The User shall respect the Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights of the Parties and all third parties.
The parties shall ensure compliance with the foregoing Conditions and the correct use of the Content featured in the Web, pursuing all the corresponding civil and criminal proceedings in the event that the User breaches or fails to comply with these rights.

6. Links

If the Web contains links to other portals or websites not managed by the Parties, the Parties state that they do not hold any control over said portals or websites and, therefore, they are not liable in any way for the contents, commercial activities, products and services included, which may be displayed directly or indirectly when accessing those links via this website, particularly those that may constitute value-added content for the user such as entertainment, trivia, tips, etc. and the websites of trademarks sponsored by the Parties.

The presence of links on the website of the Parties, unless otherwise stated, is for informational purposes only and under no circumstances can they be considered as a suggestion, invitation, sponsorship, distribution or recommendation.

These links do not represent any type of relationship between the Parties and the individuals or representative companies of the websites which may be accessed via these links, nor between the Parties and centres or institutions which are sponsored by the Parties or with which they collaborate. The Parties reserve the right to unilaterally remove the links that appear on the Web at any moment.

In any case, the Parties shall be held harmless from all liability in terms of the services provided by these third parties in the event of any claims made, regardless of their nature, and the lawsuits that may be filed in relation thereto.

7. Help Section

The Web provides all its users with customer service for the purpose of managing technical issues that the users may experience concerning the platform as well as for submitting any questions, claims or requests concerning the services of the Web.

To access it, the user must go to the “Help” section, where they will be provided with an email address they can use in order to manage any technical issues they may experience when accessing the Web and performing different actions within the Web. You may contact the customer service of the Web via email, at soportelaligatech@laliga.es.

Any information we receive shall be processed confidentially and the Parties shall be given a reasonable time to deal with requests received from users.

8. Amendments to the Terms and Conditions

The Parties may at any time replace the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy, which shall, as the case may be, replace, supplement and/or amend the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy of the Web. This may be due to technical reasons or to changes in the provision of the services or the regulations, or because of any amendments arising out of applicable standard codes or due to strategic decisions, where applicable.

When the Terms and Conditions or the Privacy Policy are substituted or amended, they shall be published on the Web and/or a notice of the above shall be provided through such channels. Where the User continues using the service, it shall be construed that any amendments included have been agreed to unless it is necessary to ask the User for his/her express acceptance or consent. In the event that the User does not agree with the amendments made, they may unsubscribe from the Web by following the standard procedure provided to do so.

The User is encouraged to periodically consult the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, as they may be subject to change; they may consult the most recent version under “Conditions of Use of the Web”. The validity of these Conditions shall therefore match the period of time in which they are shown, until they are amended in full or in part.

9. Privacy Policy

The Parties act in full compliance with the obligations and guarantees set out in prevailing provisions in terms of data protection:

    • Ley Orgánica 3/2018 (Organic Law 3/2018) of 5 December, on Personal Data Protection and guaranteeing digital rights.
    • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council of 27 April 2016 regarding the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.

As well as any regulation that may be implemented in the future. You may consult the full Privacy Policy through this link.

10. Right of the parties to make changes to the web

The Parties reserve the right to make the unannounced changes they deem necessary to the Web, including the amendment, deletion or addition of Content, Material and services provided, in addition to the way in which they are presented or located.

In this regard, the access, Contents, Material and/or services offered via the Web shall have, in principle, an indefinite duration, unless provided otherwise in the Conditions or the applicable legislation at any given time. However, the User hereby accepts that the Parties may, at any time, unilaterally terminate, suspend or interrupt the availability of the Web and/or any services without the need for prior warning, without the User retaining any right to claim compensation. Subsequently, the User shall destroy all material they may have obtained corresponding to the Web, in which Web Material and/or Content is offered, including all corresponding software and documentation, in addition to any copies, printouts and installations.

If the Web is cancelled or terminated, the Parties may permanently remove the information associated with your account, including your Content, from their servers; the Parties have no duty to return any Content to you under these circumstances.

11. International use

The Web, governed by these Terms and Conditions, is managed by the Parties, which operate in Spain. Its Contents and Materials are available within Spanish territory. Although access to the aforementioned Web may be possible outside Spain, given the “non-territorial” nature inherent to Internet use, the User accepts that the Web is designed to be used by anybody or any entity in any country or jurisdiction provided that its use does not contravene the local Laws and regulations in force at any given time. Therefore, if any of the Content or Material or elements included in the Web are considered unlawful in any other country, access thereto and their use by the User is prohibited; in the event that this should occur, the User shall be solely responsible and shall be required to fulfil and observe the Laws applicable to these countries.

The use of the Web by Users in a specific country shall be carried out under their responsibility. Furthermore, the User is hereby informed that it is possible that some of the functions of the Web may not be available and/or work properly in all countries due to technical and/or legal restrictions.

12. Applicable law and jurisdiction

The relationships established between the Parties and the User shall be governed by the provisions in force in terms of the applicable legislation and the competent authority. However, for cases in which the regulation provides for the possibility of the parties being subject to a jurisdiction, the Parties and the User, expressly waiving any other jurisdictional privilege to which they may be entitled, shall submit all disputes and/or lawsuits to the Courts of the city of Madrid.

October 2021
© Copyright 2021 LALIGA. All Rights Reserved.
LALIGA Group International, S.L.
Spanish Corporate Tax ID No.:  B05421805.
Registered address:  Calle Torrelaguna 60, 28043 Madrid.
Telf.: 91 205 50 00.
Fax: 91 408 08 28.
Email: laliga@laliga.es