Please read this page carefully. It sets out the terms which apply to your use of the Football Association Premier League ("the FAPL") website and any part of its content and all materials appearing on the website ("the Website"). By using the Website you agree to comply with these terms. Note that there may be additional terms on other pages which apply to particular parts of the Website.
HOW YOU MAY USE THE WEBSITE
The Website is protected by copyright, database rights and other intellectual property and related rights ("Rights") which are owned by the FAPL and its suppliers. Except where otherwise indicated on the Website:
- You may download and print material from the Website as is reasonable for your own private and personal use.
- You may forward such material from the Website to other people for their private and personal use too provided you credit the FAPL as its source and add the Website address: www.premierleague.com. You must draw their attention to these terms which also apply to them; and
- You may provide links to the Website provided they go to the home page only.
The Website must not be used in any other way, including for commercial purposes, and you may not otherwise reproduce, re-utilise or redistribute it, or frame or deep-link to it on any other website, without the prior written permission of the FAPL.
The trade marks, logos and brand names shown on the Website are owned by the FAPL or its suppliers. No rights are granted to use any of them without the prior written permission of the owner.
Copyright © and Database Right 2009[/10] The Football Association Premier League Ltd / The Football League Ltd / The Scottish Premier League Ltd / The Scottish Football League. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any way or by any means, (including photocopying, recording or storing it in any medium by electronic means), without the written permission of the copyright/database right owner. Applications for written permission should be addressed c/o Football DataCo Ltd, 30 Gloucester Place, London W1U 8PL.
MATERIAL ON THE WEBSITE
Reasonable skill and care has been used in producing the Website but it is only designed for general information purposes. No guarantee is given by the FAPL or its suppliers that the Website (including any statistics contained on the Website) is accurate, complete or up-to-date.
The Website contains links to other websites and services operated by parties independent to the FAPL. The FAPL takes reasonable precautions in selecting these but except where otherwise indicated on the Website the FAPL does not endorse them and cannot accept any liability (as set out below) for any material contained within them or for your use of them or any use of your personal data collected by such parties.
The FAPL and its suppliers take reasonable precautions to prevent computer viruses, trojan horses, worms, time bombs, cancelbots, corrupted files, or any other items that may damage the operation of computers or property or otherwise engage in computer misuse ("Malicious Programs") on the Website but cannot accept any liability for them (as set out below). You are advised to take precautions yourself such as the use of suitable protective software.
Access to the Website is provided by public telecommunications networks and other technology for which the FAPL and its suppliers have limited control. No guarantee is given by the FAPL or its suppliers that the operation of this Website will be uninterrupted or error free.
LIABILITY FOR THE WEBSITE
The FAPL and its licensors do not accept any liability for the contents of the Website or for any use of or reliance on it except where the FAPL or its licensors have breached a duty imposed by law. If the FAPL or its licensors have breached such a duty they shall not be liable where it would be reasonable to restrict such liability, for example if the breach is attributable to the fault of you or an unconnected third party or could not have been foreseen or prevented by the FAPL or its licensors using reasonable care.
For more information about the law and your rights you should contact your local authority or citizens' advice bureau.