Repetitive control is useful if periodic disturbances act on a control system. Perfect (asymptotic) disturbance rejection is achieved if the period-time is exactly known. For those cases where the period-time changes and cannot be measured directly by an auxiliary signal, a robust repetitive controller structure is proposed. It uses multiple memory-loops in a certain feedback configuration, such that small changes in period-time do not diminish the disturbance rejection properties. The robust repetitive controller shows good implementation results for a tracking control problem of a Compact Disc player.