K.V.C. Westerlo is a Belgian football club located in the city of Westerlo. It has been in the Belgian First Division since 1997-98. Its matricule is the n°2024. The only player that has ever been called by the national team coach while at Westerlo is Toni Brogno (7 caps, all of them while at Westerlo).
It became champion of the Antwerp second division in 1960. Eight years later it played its first season at the national level in Promotion and it won its league to play the third division in 1969. At the end of the season, Westerlo missed a third title in a row, finishing second behind Eupen. The next year, the club was relegated after the playoff and it stayed in the Promotion for ten seasons. The club then underwent two relegations in a row and thus played in the Antwerp second division in 1982-83. Westerlo was then promoted for three consecutive years to qualify for the third division once again. In 1993 the club promoted to the second division and then to the first division in 1997. In 1996 the club added the prefix Koninklijke (meaning "Royal" in Dutch) to its name.
Westerlo are currently a feeder club to English Premiership club Chelsea FC.
A = appearances, B = matches played, C = won, D = drawn, E = lost, F = goals for, G = goals against.