Founded in 1927 as FC La Rhodienne, this small Brabant club has had an interesting history. For instance: they managed to win 6 national titles and one cup without ever playing in highest division and before the foundation of the club. I will explain below how such a thing is possible.
After World War II La Rhodienne moved from the Provincial Divisions to the National Divisions where they became a staple team until 1963.
What happened in 1963 is a typical Belgian football story. Racing Brussels was looking for a merger with White Star but this would mean that Matricule 6 of Racing Brussels would disappear as the new club Racing White would use the Matricule 47 of White Star. A fast-change trick that would have made Houdini proud was the result. See if you can follow: Racing Brussels changed its name to FC La Rhodienne, the next day Sport Sint-Genesius-Rode
Racing Brussels could now merge with White Star without the emotional attachment of losing their Matricule and Sport filled in their space in the National Third Division. However Matricule 6 would not bring them luck, in 1965 they relegated to the Fourth Division and in 1972 they disappeared out of the National Divisions altogether.
A flicker of hope came in 1996 after the merger with KVC Verrewinkel. The new club KFC Rhodienne-Verrewinkel wins two consecutive championships and again wins promotion to the National Divisions. In 2006 however the club is again relegated and currently resides in the Second Provincial Division.