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Sternstraße 166
67063 Ludwigshafen am Rhein

Phone: +49 621 59 126 - 0
Fax: +49 621 59 126 - 11

Attention: In the past, the name ROGON and the reputation of ROGON were continuously used by swindlers to gain advantages. ROGON has pressed criminal charges and will continue to do so in all cases. ROGON will never demand money from a youth player or from his parents for their counselling. Should there be doubts concerning the identity or legitimacy of a person addressing you on behalf of ROGON, please contact us: | +49 621 59126-0


Data protection

Thank you for visiting our website. We attach particular importance to the observation of the data protection specifications. The objective of this privacy policy is to inform you, as the user of our website, on how, to what extent, and to what purpose your personal data are processed and to inform you of your rights as a data subject as defined under Art. 4(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

1. Responsible for contents

This website and its contents are managed by:
Sternstraße 166
67063 Ludwigshafen am Rhein
Phone: +49 621 59 126 - 0
Fax: +49 621 59 126 - 11v Email:
Managing Directors: Wolfgang Fahrian, Roger Wittmann

2. General information

This website has been designed to capture as few of your data as possible. In principle, it is possible to visit our website without specifying any personal details. Only when you decide to send us messages (e.g. by email), will your personal data need to be processed. In such cases, we ensure at all times that your personal data are processed exclusively in compliance with a legal basis or your explicit consent. We adhere to the provisions under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in force since 25 May 2018, and all of the applicable national stipulations, e.g. the German federal data protection act BDSG, telemedia act TMG, and other laws applying more specifically to data protection.

3. Definition

The terminology employed in this privacy policy has been adopted from the GDPR and is as follows:

“personal data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (“data subject”); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural, or social identity of that natural person;

“processing” means any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure, or destruction;

“restriction of processing” means the marking of stored personal data with the aim of limiting their processing in the future;

“controller” means the natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or other body which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data; where the purposes and means of such processing are determined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomination may be provided for by Union or Member State law;

“third party” means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or body other than the data subject, controller, processor, and persons who, under the direct authority of the controller or processor, are authorised to process personal data;

“processor” means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or other body which processes personal data on behalf of the controller;

“consent” of the data subject means any freely given, specific, informed, and unambiguous indication of the data subject’s wishes by which he or she, by a statement or by a clear affirmative action, signifies agreement to the processing of personal data relating to him or her;

4. Purpose and legal basis of processing personal data

At all times, we process your personal data for the reasons stated. In summary, we process your personal data for the following purposes:

a) To be able to handle the request you have communicated to us (e.g. email address, first name, last name).

b) To be able to send you an offer in response to your request (offer form).

c) To be able to maintain our website and to provide its information to you (e.g. IP address, cookies, browser information).

d) To be able to accept and handle your application for one of our vacancies.

The actual purposes are described for the processing forms depicted here (e.g. contact form). The legal basis for processing your personal data stipulates the following:

We comply with Art. 6(1) b GDPR when processing personal data needed to substantiate, implement, or settle a service offer (contract performance). When you have consented to our processing your personal data, this consent as defined under Art. 6(1) a GDPR provides the legal basis for this data processing. Processing your data is also permitted when this serves to protect our legitimate interests, but only when such interests are not overridden by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms. When we authorise third party service providers to process order data, this processing complies with the legal basis under Art. 28 GDPR.

5. Collection of personal data during your visit to our website

If you are visiting our website merely for informative purposes, we capture only those personal data your browser transmits to our server. If you wish to study our website, we collect the data listed in the following. These data are needed to present our website to you and to safeguard its stability and reliability (legal basis: Art. 6(1) 1 f GDPR):

– IP address – Date and time of your request – Difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) – Content of request (actual page) – Access status / HTTP status code – Data quantity transmitted in each case – Website sending the request – Browser – Operating system and its user interface – Language and version of the browser software.

In addition to the data named above, also cookies are stored on your computer while you are visiting our website. Further information can be found under the section “Cookies” in this privacy policy.

6. General logfiles

Our webserver records in temporary logfiles the connection details for the requesting computer (IP address), the pages you visit on our website, the data and duration of your visit, the ID data for the browser used and operating system, the webpage that transferred you to our site, and the data transferred successfully. The technical administration of the webpages and anonymised statistical analyses serve to evaluate access to the offers for the purpose of enhancing data protection and data security at our company, safeguarding ultimately the optimal level of protection for the personal data we process.

The data in the server logfiles are stored separately from all personal data you specify. If legal retention periods do not specify otherwise, we delete or anonymise your IP address after you have left our site.

7. Cookies

Our website uses so called browser cookies to collect and store information. Cookies are small text files that are saved to your data medium and that contain certain settings and data for the communication between our system and your browser. In general, a cookie contains the name of the domain that sent the cookie data, details on this cookie’s age, and an alphanumeric ID code.

Our systems can then analyse these cookies to identify the user’s device and provide any defaults without further prompting. As soon as a user accesses the platform, a cookie is transmitted to the hard drive of this user’s computer. Cookies help us to improve our website and to offer you a better service tailored more precisely to your needs. They are used to recognise your computer or (mobile) terminal when you return to our website, and so:

  • • to store information on your preferred activities on this website, configuring it to respond to your personal interests.
  • • to accelerate the handling processes for your requests.

We work together with third parties that support us in making our internet portfolio and website more interesting for you. So your visit to this website will also save cookies from these partner companies (third party providers) to your hard drive. These cookies are deleted automatically after the specified time.

Cookie name Original provider or third party cookie? If third party: Who is the originator? Description/function Standard expiry time
PHPSESSID This contains an anonymised user ID that helps us to assign to the same HTTP session more than one request from a user. On termination of the browser session
cookieconsent_status Saves the notice that cookies are set. 365 days

8. Application procedure

Our website publishes vacancies you can apply for by email. If you decide to apply for a vacancy, we process the personal data you enter there and transmit to us exclusively for the purpose of performing the application procedure. In the event of a negative reply, we delete your data immediately on expiry of a six month retention period specified in the German labour laws. This period commences on submission of the negative reply. If you have consented explicitly to the further use of your data for a subsequent interview with respect to a potentially interesting vacancy, we shall continue the storage of your data in accordance with your consent. We do not forward your personal data to any third parties outside of the actual application without your explicit consent thereto or without a legal basis.

Our application procedure does not need any of the so called “special categories of personal data” to assess an application. These are data revealing racial or ethnic origin (including your photograph), political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health, or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation. We recommend urgently that you do not enter any of the above in the data you transmit. If you specify such in the data you transmit, we may process your application only when you consent explicitly to our storing your personal data from these special categories. This consent you must give separately, so there may be a delay in the application procedure.

Please bear in mind that applications you send us by email may not be encrypted. There may then be a risk of your data being intercepted and used by unauthorised persons. Our application procedure processes your personal data on the legal basis under Art. 26(1) in conjunction with (2) GDPR.

9. Rights of the data subject

If you are a data subject as defined under Art. 4(1) GDPR, this Regulation accords you the following rights with respect to how your personal data are processed. The legal text of the rights listed in the following can be viewed at

Right of confirmation and information
The provisions under Art. 15 GDPR accord you the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not your personal data are being processed and to receive at any time from the controller a copy of this information free of charge concerning your stored personal data.

Right to rectification
The provisions under Art. 16 GDPR accord you the right to obtain from the controller without undue delay the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning your person. You also have the right to demand the completion of incomplete personal data, also in the form of a supplementary declaration, with consideration to the purposes of processing.

Right to erasure
The provisions under Art. 17 GDPR accord you the right to demand from the controller the immediate deletion of your personal data when one of the reasons defined under Art. 17 GDPR applies and processing is no longer needed.

Right to restriction of processing
The provisions under Art. 18 GDPR accord you the right to demand a restriction to the processing of your personal details when one of the following provisions defined under Art. 18 GDPR applies.

Right to data portability
The provisions under Art. 20 GDPR accord you the right to obtain the personal data you have provided to us in a structured, customary, and machine readable format and the right to transmit these data to another controller without hindrance on our part when the other provisions under Art. 20 apply.

Right to revoke consent
You have the right to revoke, at any time and with future effect, the consent you have given us to process your personal data. Please communication your revocation to the contact specified above.

Right to object
The provisions under Art. 21 GDPR accord you the right to object at any time to the processing of your personal data. If the provisions for an effective objection apply, we may no longer process your personal details.

Right to file complaints before supervisory bodies
Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedies, you have the right to file a complaint before a supervisory body, in particular in the member state of your domicile, your workplace, or the place of the putative violation, when you believe that your personal data are being processed in violation of the provisions under GDPR.

10. Forwarding of your personal data

Your personal data are forwarded as described in the following. The website is hosted by an external service provider in Germany. With this measure, we ensure that data are processed solely in Germany. This measure is needed to run the website and to substantiate, perform, and settle the existing licence agreement and may be implemented even without your consent. Your personal data are also forwarded when we are empowered or obliged to forward these data in response to legal provisions and/or administrative or court orders. Specifically, these orders or provisions may concern the disclosure of information for purposes of criminal prosecution, averting dangers, or enforcing intellectual rights. If your data are transferred to service providers, these may access your personal data only to the extent necessary for the fulfilment of their assignments. These service providers are obliged to handle your personal data in compliance with the applicable data protection laws, specifically the GDPR. Beyond the above circumstances we do not communicate your data to any third parties without your explicit consent. In particular, we do not forward any personal data to any location in third party countries or an international organisation.

11. Contacting us

You may contact us by e.g. email. In this case, we store the personal data you have communicated to us for the purpose of handling your request and contacting you with respect thereto. You provide these data to us on a purely voluntary basis. The data you communicate to us in this manner are not forwarded to third parties. Our contact details can be found at the top of this privacy policy and in our legal notice.

12. Data security

We regret to say that there is no 100% protection for information transmitted over the internet. Accordingly, we cannot guarantee the security of any data transmitted over the internet to our website. We do, however, protect our website by means of organisational and technical measures against your data’s being lost, corrupted, accessed, manipulated, or disseminated by unauthorised persons. Specifically, we transmit your personal data in encrypted form.

13. Storage duration for personal data

With respect to storage duration, we delete personal data as soon as their storage is no longer necessary for the fulfilment of the original purpose and all legal retention periods have expired. It is ultimately the legal retention periods that define the storage duration of personal data. On expiry of this period, the affected data are deleted as a matter of routine. When retention periods apply, data are quarantined against further processing.

14. References and links

When opening webpages referred to on our website, there may be a repeat prompt for details like your name, address, email address, browser properties, etc. This privacy policy does not regulate the collection, forwarding, or handling of personal data by third parties.

Third party service providers may be subject to differing or their own provisions when capturing, processing, and utilising personal data. It is therefore advisable to read the privacy policies of these third parties before entering personal data.

15. Amendments to the privacy policy

We are refining our website on a continuous basis with the intent of developing a better platform for providing you with our services. We maintain this privacy policy up to date at all times and amend this accordingly when and as necessary.

We shall, of course, inform you in good time of any amendments we make to this privacy policy. This takes the form e.g. of an email to the email address you have communicated to us. If we should need your additional consent to the processing of your data, we shall, of course, request this of you before the affected amendments come into effect.

16. Data protection officer

We have appointed a data protection officer.
Philipp Herold
Hafenstraße 1a
23568 Lübeck
June 2018

The following is not included in this privacy policy.

  • 1. The website does not support SSL encryption.
  • 2. The privacy policy should be presented on its own website tab, and not under “Contact”.
  • 3. Analysis tools are not shown as components integrated in webpages. This passage may be removed unless the updated privacy policy again requires the use of analysis tools. In this case, these tools must be mentioned explicitly in an appropriate disclaimer.
  • 4. The data that are processed when you are contacted by an interested party and that are used to submit an offer form part of preliminary contract agreements. The purpose of processing as described in the current privacy policy does not target the conclusion of contracts.

Updates to the cookie information

By passing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with effect from May 2018, the EU has resolved on extensive measures for the treatment of data. This Regulation affects specifically the cookies and tracking systems serving marketing and statistical purposes on standard company websites. The new requirements arising therefrom can no longer be fulfilled adequately by the solution to date. Future requirements for safeguarding GDPR conformity would therefore be as follows:

Requirement Description
Consent granted to the use of cookies and tracking scripts Users must be given the option of granting or refusing their consent to the use of cookies and tracking scripts.
Storage of the status of a user’s consent The consent/refusal of each and every user must be stored together with a time and date stamp in a cookie.
Selective initialisation and use of tracking scripts and cookies, if necessary by means of Google Tag Manager In future, tags related to tracking scripts and cookies are initialised, if necessary in Google Tag Manager, depending on the status of the affected user. If the user has objected to this use, solely functional cookies are used that the system needs to present the website. If the user has granted consent, all tags are initialised to the full extent. If the user has not yet granted consent or expressed an objection, tags are initialised to a restricted extent only.
Viewing and editing the user’s current stored status The privacy policy must allow the user to view the current status, scope, and time and date stamp of his consent. In addition, each and every user must be able to grant/revoke consent afterwards.
Granting consent (opt-in) on various levels The user must be given the option of granting consent on two different levels:
Level 1 – Functional cookies
Level 2 – Marketing and statistics cookies