I am considering adding a competition to my website where each week people enter what they predict the correct scores will be for the upcoming round of matches and if they are correct they will win a cash prize. Entry will be free, however they will have to agree to receive some promotional emails in order to enter the competition which they will be able to unsubscribe from without it affecting their entry. The issue here is Football DataCo who charge any company/site/forum/blog to reproduce the fixture lists for the top 4 levels of English football. Football DataCo charges a standard fee for the reproduction of fixture lists, which currently stands at: £266 plus VAT to print the fixtures of one English club. Newspapers printing the fixtures of all clubs are be charged around £3,931 plus VAT by DataCo for a date ordered listing. I can't post relevant links to the information below without having 15 posts but it will all be easily searchable. Football DataCo have been in business for 11 years however their have been some recent developments in the licensing requirements for fixture lists which I would like to get a better understanding of this. It appears that recently there was a decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union dated 1 March 2012 in Case C-604/10 Football DataCo Ltd v Yahoo! UK Ltd & Others, it has been determined that neither copyright nor sui generis database rights subsist in the EU in fixture lists for the English and Scottish football leagues. From this I take it that I won't have to pay a fee to Football DataCo to run this competition on my website. Is this correct?