Privacy Policy

Sportpartner is an on-line service with which people can find other people to play sports with. Sportpartner offers a free basic subscription and a paid Premium subscription. Personal data, necessary for the correct functioning of the Service, is not sold off to third parties. If you register on Sportpartner, our general conditions apply. Read them through attentively so you are familiar with your rights and obligations.

1. Who is Sportpartner?

Sportpartner is a part of Sportpartner B.V., also acting under the name of Sportpartner, with offices in (1119 PW) Schiphol-Rijk, and listed in the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce under number 58303952, VAT number: NL8529.75.776.B01. 

2. What information is collected and processed by Sportpartner?


To be able to contact other users, you must create a personal Profile. Sportpartner does not ask any superfluous information for marketing purposes. Only and exclusively data which is required for the correct functioning of the Service. In case you create such a Profile, you are asked to fill out certain information about yourself. You are not obliged to provide all information. The following information is obligatory for all users:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Valid e-mail address and password 
  • Place
  • Personal description 
  • Sports
  • Gender sought sports mate 
  • Age sought sports mate 
  • Profile picture 
  • Cover name

You can modify the information you provide at all times.

In principle, your Profile is public and therefore available for perusal by everyone. You can also choose the settings on your Profile in such a manner that it is only visible for Users who have a Profile themselves. You can change this setting at any moment you want.

Rights of Data Subjects

You can request, view and, if necessary, alter your (personal) details in your Profile at any time. If you wish to know which details Sportpartner has stored about you, or if you wish to alter details that do not appear in your Profile, then you may make contact with us through our contact form on the Sportpartner website


Sportpartner stores all Content you provide through Sportpartner and processes it. In case you publish the Content publicly, for example your Profile, also other Users can use and respond to the Content.

When you terminate your profile, Sportpartner will render inaccessible your Profile immediately. Sportpartner remains authorised, however, to use all Content in accordance with the User Conditions. Upon your first request, Sportpartner will anonymise or remove the Content.

Automatically generated information 

To be able to let Sportpartner function optimally (for instance to be able to display pages correctly and to secure the Service) Sportpartner needs certain information. For this reason, Sportpartner collects automatically generated information on your surfing behaviour during your use of Sportpartner. This information consists of your IP-address (number of your computer which makes it possible to recognise your computer), the type of browser (computer program to be able to view internet pages), the computer system which you use, an account number and the pages you visit on the Website.

To the extent Sportpartner uses this information, it always is anonymised.

3. What are cookies and how does Sportpartner use them?

What are cookies?

For the collection of data, Sportpartner makes use of cookies. Cookies are tiny text-files which are stored on the hard disk of your computer. Cookies are used, for instance, to keep track of your favourite settings for a specific Service, web page, or website. Cookies can also be used to prevent that you get to see a certain advertisement too often and to register the number of times that an advertisement is displayed. On the website ConsuWijzer, you can find more information about cookies.

What type of cookies does Sportpartner use and why?

Permanent cookies

The Website makes use of permanent cookies to be able to recognize you in the event you visit the Website. This is also why Sportpartner can remember your preferences (for example your log-in name or a language preference) and to keep track of whether you have given permission for the placement of cookies. This prevents your having to indicate your preferences again each time. You can simply remove these permanent cookies through the settings of your browser (see below). If it is not necessary to store personal data in a cookie, Sportpartner will not do so.

Session cookies

The Website makes use of session cookies to control whether or not you are logged in. This prevents your having to log in again the whole time when you surf to another page. These cookies are automatically removed as soon as you close your web browser.

Google Analytics cookie

The Website makes use of Google Analytics, a web-analysis service which is offered by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics makes use of cookies as described above. The information generated by the cookie regarding your use of the Website (including your IP-address) is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google is associated with the Safe Harbor-program of the American Department of Commerce, which means that an appropriate level of security is applied upon the processing of your personal data. Google uses this information to keep track for the benefit of Sportpartner of how you use the website, to prepare reports on the website-activity and to propose other services regarding website-activity and usage of the internet. Google may only provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or to the extent these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not combine your IP-address with other data which Google has at its disposal.

Cookie of social networks 

The Website contains buttons to be able to share certain web pages on Facebook. These buttons contain pieces of code which are made available by Facebook. By way of this code, cookies of Facebook are placed. Sportpartner does not have any influence on or involvement in this and advises you to consult the privacy statements of Facebook.

How can I deactivate cookies?

If you do not want to accept cookies, you can always indicate this yourself in your browser. You can also remove cookies which are stored on your computer through your browser. You can obtain more information about this through the help function on your browser. If you deactivate cookies, it is possible that certain functions do not work or that certain Services are not available for you.

If you only wish to deactivate cookies of third parties which place cookies to register your surfing behaviour, please make use of this link:

4. For what purposes will Sportpartner use information about you?


Sportpartner will use information about you for the following purposes:

  • To enable your use of the Service;
  • To send you information regarding the own services of Sportpartner and to respond to questions and/or complaints you have;
  • To send you information regarding the products or services of partners of Sportpartner, to the extent you have given permission for this;
  • To prepare anonymised statistical data;
  • To secure, adjust and improve the Service;
  • To process payments; 
  • To provide information regarding you to third parties if you have given permission for this or pursuant to legislation and/or regulations;

Sportpartner wants to keep you informed of the development of its Service. If, for example, an extension is introduced, or an update is on its way, Sportpartner will therefore communicate this to you. Sportpartner can also keep you informed of promotional activities which have been and/or are organised by it.

In case you do not wish to receive e-mail messages from Sportpartner, you can unsubscribe through the settings on your Profile. There also is an option for unsubscribing included in each e-mail sent to you by Sportpartner.

Sportpartner uses automatically generated data for statistical purposes, as well as for the protection and improvement of Sportpartner. This data can be provided to third parties to the extent they have been anonymised completely and cannot be traced back to you personally (no personal data).

Use by third parties 

Without your explicit permission, Sportpartner will not provide your personal data to third parties for direct marketing purposes (for example for the forwarding of offers).

Sportpartner can provide your data to third parties to the extent you have expressly indicated regarding a certain third party that you grant permission for it and/or to the extent this information cannot be traced back to you personally (such as automatically generated information, not being your IP-address). In conclusion, Sportpartner can provide your data to third parties if it is obligated to do so pursuant to legislation and/or regulations, or is compelled to do so as a consequence of a lawsuit and/or in case it deems such necessary to protect its own rights.

The Website can contain hyperlinks by which you leave the Website of Sportpartner and end up on the website of another party. Sportpartner does not have any powers over services and/or websites of third parties to which links are made. So it may be that to the use of these services and/or websites of third parties, another privacy statement applies. This privacy statement of Sportpartner only regards (personal) data which are obtained through the Service. Sportpartner does not accept any responsibility or liability for (the functioning and/or content of) services and/or websites of third parties.

5. In what manner does Sportpartner protect your personal information?

Sportpartner will take appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your (personal) data against loss or against any form of illegitimate processing. Sportpartner takes care, amongst other things, of all personal data being stored securely.

6. Perusal and improvement of your data 

You can always peruse your own (personal) data and correct it, if necessary, in your Profile. If you want to know what data Sportpartner has stored on you or if you wish to change information which you cannot modify in your Profile, you can contact us via the customer care webform online.

7. Transmission to countries outside the EU

For technical and operational reasons, it may be necessary that your (personal) data is transmitted to (servers of) companies associated with Sportpartner and/or service providers in the United States or other countries outside Europe. Sportpartner makes sure that it only transmits personal data to countries the government of which has concluded that it has an appropriate level of protection for personal data and/or to companies which are associated with the so-called Safe Harbour Principles.

8. May minors make use of Sportpartner?

If you are not sixteen (16) years old yet, then you must have the permission of your parents or custodian before you create a Profile. By accepting this Privacy Statement, you guarantee that you are sixteen (16) years or older or that you have permission from your parents/guardian to create a Profile.

9. Can this Privacy Statement be modified?

This Privacy Statement can be modified. These modifications are announced on the Website and/or through communications to you.