Saturday 10th September 2022
The club was established in 1929 and played under the Flemish FA originally, before joining the Belgian FA. They played in the Belgian regional leagues up until 1980 when they joined the fourth tier. They would only last a few seasons before being relegated but returned in the early 90s. They went down again in 1994 but would return again in 1999 and this time they were here to stay. A 3rd place finish in their debut season saw them narrowly miss out on promotion but in 2004, they had a couple of yearly exits in the playoffs, following runners-up spots. Promotion was finally achieved in 2006 when they were champions but they would only last a couple of years before going down again. In 2013, Londerzeel were promoted back to Third Division. After the reform of amateur football in Belgium, the club began playing in the Belgian Division 2 in 2019.
Liz, I'm Missing You ( A Tribute to the Queen ) pic.twitter.com/akwgBwoMwZ— Kunt and the Gang (@kuntandthegang) September 9, 2022
Penalty, 2-1 to the visitors Antwerp City Pirates. pic.twitter.com/tod35uBjOf— ⚽Russell Cox💙 (@RussWWFC) September 10, 2022