|Full name||Rugby-Klub Heusenstamm e.V.|
|Union||German Rugby Federation|
|Ground(s)||Sportzentrum Martinsee (Capacity: 10,000)|
|2015–16||Rugby-Bundesliga South/West, 7th|
The club was formed in 1979, much later than most other current Bundesliga clubs, in Heusenstamm, Hesse.
After relegation from the Rugby-Bundesliga in 2000, the club played in the 2nd Rugby-Bundesliga for a number of seasons.
The RKH's greatest success came in 2006, when it managed to take out the German sevens championship.
In the 2008-09 season, the team lived a separate existence from the six clubs contending for the four final spots as well as the two strugglers at the end of the table, clearly removed in points from both groups in seventh place.
In 2010-11, the club, coming last, was only saved from relegation because only one team opted for Bundesliga promotion, with the league expanded from nine to ten clubs.
A league reform in 2012 allowed the club to remain in the Bundesliga after initially being relegated as the league was expanded from ten to 24 teams. RK finished second in their group in the 2012-13 season and qualified for the south/west division of the championship round, where it came sixth. The club was knocked out in the first round of the play-offs after losing 45–34 to RK 03 Berlin.
In 2013–14 the team qualified for the championship and the play-offs once more, losing 33–19 to RK 03 Berlin in the first round and being knocked out. In the 2014–15 season the club finished sixth in the south-west championship group and was knocked out by TV Pforzheim in the quarter finals of the play-offs after a first round victory over Berliner Rugby Club.
- German sevens championship
- Champions: 2006
- Runners-up: 2005, 2009
- 2nd Rugby-Bundesliga
- Champions: 2007
Recent seasons of the club:
|1998-99||Rugby-Bundesliga South/West (I)||6th|
|Bundesliga qualification round||2nd|
|Bundesliga qualification round||4th — Relegated|
|2000-01||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West (II)||1st|
|Bundesliga qualification round||5th|
|2001-02||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West (II)||4th|
|2002-03||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West||3rd|
|2003-04||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West||4th|
|2004-05||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West||2nd|
|2005-06||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West||2nd|
|2006-07||2nd Rugby-Bundesliga South/West||1st — Promoted|
|2012–13||Rugby-Bundesliga qualification round – West||2nd|
|Rugby-Bundesliga championship round – South-West||6th — Round of sixteen|
|2013–14||Rugby-Bundesliga qualification round – West||1st|
|Rugby-Bundesliga championship round – South-West||5th — First round|
|2014–15||Rugby-Bundesliga qualification round – West||1st|
|Rugby-Bundesliga championship round – South-West||6th — Quarter finals|
- Until 2001, when the single-division Bundesliga was established, the season was divided in autumn and spring, a Vorrunde and Endrunde, whereby the top teams of the Rugby-Bundesliga would play out the championship while the bottom teams together with the autumn 2nd Bundesliga champion would play for Bundesliga qualification. The remainder of the 2nd Bundesliga teams would play a spring round to determine the relegated clubs. Where two placing's are shown, the first is autumn, the second spring. In 2012 the Bundesliga was expanded from ten to 24 teams and the 2nd Bundesliga from 20 to 24 with the leagues divided into four regional divisions.
|2005-06||Regionalliga West (III)||6th — Promoted|
|2006–07||Women's 2nd Rugby Bundesliga (II)||3rd|
|2007–08||Women's 2nd Rugby Bundesliga||4th|
|2008–09||Women's 2nd Rugby Bundesliga||7th — Relegated|
|2009–10||Regionalliga West (III)|
In the 2010–12 campaign, no player from the club was selected for Germany.
- RugbyWeb Ergebnisarchiv (in German) rugbyweb.de - Results archive, accessed: 24 July 2012
- U18-EM: Deutschland feiert klaren Auftaktsieg[permanent dead link] (in German) Rugby-Journal - 2009 squad, published: 4 April 2009, accessed: 30 April 2010
- U18 in Bestbesetzung zur EM nach Italien (in German) totalrugby.de, published: 23 March 2010, accessed: 30 April 2010