Cookie Notice

Football Express (“we”) utilizes cookies on its website and applications (collectively, the “ Football Express ”). This Cookie Notice details how and why we use cookies and similar technologies (collectively, “Cookie(s)”) and how you can change your preferences.

Our use of cookies

We use the necessary functional cookies to make our site work. We’d also like to set analytics cookies to help us improve it.

For more detailed information about the cookies we use and to opt-out, read below.

Necessary cookies

Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions.

Understanding a Cookie

Cookies are fundamental to how the Web operates today. They are small pieces of data that are downloaded to your computer’s hard drive, tablet or phone (collectively, “Device”) when you visit a website or application (collectively, “Sites”).

Cookies are designed to reliably record functional activity such as traveling through multiple web pages, logging into a web platform, or placing items into a digital shopping cart.

Need for Cookies

We use cookies for a variety of purposes. In order to provide, maintain and improve the website and user experience, we and our third-party partners, Vendors or Service Providers (collectively, “Third Parties”) may save cookies to your Device.

We may also utilize similar cookie technologies (e.g., tracking pixels, images, and scripts). These technologies are used to help deliver cookies, gather usage data, analyze performance data and assist with managing information or features on our Site.

More Resources If You Want to Learn About Cookies

Cookies We Use on our Blog?

Cookies set by us are called “First-Party Cookies”. We utilize a variety of First-Party Cookies to power, improve and enable core experience. We use First-Party Cookies when you access our site or visit other sites that integrate with our Blog We also set functionality cookies which enhance the performance and functionality of our blog, and analytics cookies.

Our Blog utilizes cookies created by Third Parties also described as, “Third-Party Cookies”.

Third-Party Cookies may be utilized for the purpose of engaging in marketing campaigns, customizing our website experience or notifying you about the changes.

For information about how Third Parties handle information collected by Third-Party Cookies, please see their respective Privacy Policies.

The List below describes the First-Party and Third-Party Cookies served through our blog, including the Third Parties who serve them, their purpose, and how you can manage, change customise them.

  1. Targeting and Advertising
    We and our Service Providers use tracking pixels and scripts sometimes called “advertising cookies” to provide our users and website visitors with more relevant content. Targeting cookies also help us measure the effectiveness of our marketing advertisement campaigns. We utilize targeting cookies solely on our marketing, advertisement web pages.

    helps us target search engine marketing, track how users interact with our blog, and target advertisements on other websites. Google services used include Adsense, AdWords and Others.

    We use AdSense by Google across our blog, that also serves Auto-Ads on posts and Web Stories.

    More information about Google cookies, including how they are used and how you can opt-out, can be found here. You can directly opt-out of Google Ad personalization here.

    Facebook Pixels
    Facebook Pixel helps us track how users interact with our blog and enable us to target ads on Facebook. More information about Facebook Pixel can be found here.

    Users cannot opt-out of these core pixel cookies or they will be unable to access our blog and can simply close the browser window to exit if required.
  2. Functional
    We and our Service Providers use strictly-necessary or functional scripts to remember user preferences, settings, and other information that helps improve user experience.
    Please note, opting-out of these cookies may impair your access to our blog and is practically not possible for Individual or particular sessions to opt-out of such core functionalities. uses cookies to remember preferences and settings, authenticate users, manage sessions, maintain security, and determine if cookies are enabled. 

    Users cannot opt-out of these core functional cookies or they will be unable to access our blog and can simply close the browser window to exit if required.
  3. Analytics for Visitors and Ads on our blog
    We and our Advertisers on our Blog use analytics pixels and scripts referred to performance cookies, darts etc. to collect information about how people interact with our blog Using this information to measure ads performance and further improve the placements.

    Technologies like Google Analytics helps us track usage and performance of our blog

    More information about Google cookies, including how they are used and how you can opt-out, can be found here. You can directly opt-out of Google Ad personalization at the following link.

    We currently only use Google Analytics or Facebook Pixels on our blog and that we have mentioned in this Cookie Notice above, if we add more analytics in future you will definitely find one mentioned here as an update before we start using it.

It is possible to opt-out of having your anonymized browsing activity within websites recorded by performance cookies.

Google Analytics —

We have also set out links below to Google AdSense who set cookies on our websites, and therefore on your computer, with instructions on how to opt out of their cookies.

Google AdSense —

Cookie Choices and How to Opt-Out

You may exercise your preferences to accept or reject cookies by changing your cookie settings highlighted in the list above if that is possible from your end or also by changing your browser settings as in some details below.

As a Standard Today, Most web browsers accept cookies by default.

Still, it’s your choice and right for your privacy and as a blog, we can only guide you further

You may set your preferences to remove cookies, reject cookies, or prompt you before accepting a cookie.

Please note, disabling a cookie or category of cookie does not delete the cookie from your device. You will need to do this yourself from within your browser. Browser specific information may be found at the following links:

  1. Mozilla Firefox Cookie opt-out
  2. Safari Cookie desktop browser opt-out; iOS
  3. Chrome Cookie desktop browser opt-out; Android; iOS
  4. Internet Explorer Cookie opt-out
  5. Microsoft Edge Cookie opt-out

Some mobile devices may allow you to manage your cookies. Please see the following instructions for:

  1. iOS (interest-based advertising) – In the device Settings, select Privacy and then toggle on Limit Ad Tracking
  2. Android (interest-based advertising) – Open Google Settings, click on Ads, and then toggle on Opt out of Ads Personalization

For your specific country you may search with the term self-regulatory information followed by your country’s name.

Security of The Cookies

We as a blog use Cookies Served as Secured over HTTP and a valid SSL Security.

Our website is in Chrome’s HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) preload list. A list of sites that are hardcoded into Chrome as being HTTPS only can be verified at official HSTS Website here.

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