Rodos Football Club (Greek: Α.Σ. Ρόδος) is a Greek football club based in Rhodes, South Aegean, Greece.
Rodos was founded in 1968 after the merger of Diagoras, Rodiakos and Dorieas. Her first participation in a professional championship was in 1969 at the 2nd National. After nine years in 1978, he managed to compete in the first national division. In 1985, while Rhodes split with Diagoras and all of its core body was moved to the national team, the team competed in the Second National and by 1988 had slipped into the 2nd National. In 1994 it re-merged with Diagoras and created the Enosis Rodos-Diagoras. The union lasted only four years and in 1998 the Rhodes team was re-established. The highlight of this new endeavor was the team's involvement in the Second Nationals in the 2009-10 season.
Gamma Ethniki (Fourth Division) Champions (1): 2020
- As of 24 July 2020
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