Due to bad weather, P3 is not available: P4 is the alternative

Due to the weather conditions of the past few days, parking is not possible at the P3 parking area against Roda tonight. This is due to the melting of the snow which has flooded the park. ADO Den Haag has found that Zegwaard are willing to let visitors in possession of a P3 card or a printed E-Ticket onto P4. There are at the entrance of P4 scanners from ADO Den Haag who will scan the parking tickets.

ADO Den Haag apologizes for the inconvenience, but in this way it can offer a reasonable alternative for people with a P3 card.

Severity of ankle injury Kanon not yet clear

There is still no conclusive information about the exact severity of the injury to Wilfried Kanon. Further medical research still has to show how long the defender will be out of action for, due to the stress fracture of his ankle.

Kanon is still waiting patiently. The Ivorian international was a spectator on Wednesday during the squad’s training and will logically miss the home game with Roda JC Kerkrade on Wednesday (20.45). After playing the Limburgers, ADO Den Haag crosses sword with PSV (next Saturday) and PEC Zwolle (home, Friday, December 22nd).

Kanon had to be replaced last Saturday after seventy minutes of play in the away game against FC Twente, which ADO Den Haag won 2-3.

Fans with a ticket for Twente get a coupon for fanshop

Last Saturday was a great day for ADO Den Haag. The club won 2-3 at FC Twente thanks to a late goal from Abdenasser El Khayati. But it was also a cold and snowy day. Due to the harsh conditions it was difficult for a number of fans to arrive (in time) at De Grolsch Veste.

ADO Den Haag knows about the stranded and delayed fans and wants to show its appreciation to the fans who could still be there in the stadium on time. The club gives all ‘Twente-goers’ a coupon for the value of  5 euros to spend in the fanshop. The credit is automatically loaded onto the season / club card. This can be done from Wednesday 13th December at 12.00. Later on this day, Roda JC will visit the Cars Jeans Stadium (Tickets are still available).

The fans with a card for Twente away, whose (valid) e-mail address is known to the club, have been notified by e-mail.

ADO at home on Wednesday night

This coming Wednesday night, ADO Den Haag will be in midweek action, when they host Roda JC.

Due to the artifical pitch at ADO, the game should be going ahead.

After last weekend’s last gasp victory, ADO will be looking to build on that result. A club card is NOT needed for this game. Take some photo ID for each person needing a ticket. Wrap up warm and support your local team!


The stadium ticket office and the fanshop will be open from 12 midday.

ADO grab three points at Twente

ADO Den Haag came away from Enschede on Saturday night with three points thanks to a last minute winner.

The first half saw former ADO star Danny Holla give the home side the lead in the twelfth minute, scoring as the ADO defence were split open, 1-0. ADO turned on the pressure and were soon level after Abdenasser El Khayati hit the back of the net in the seventeenth minute, 1-1.

ADO were soon in front following a stunning flying volley from Bjørn Johnsen that almost tore a hole in the back of the net in the twenty first minute, 1-2. ADO couldn’t keep the lead until half-time. In the thirty sixth minute Holla swung in a free-kick towards the penalty, sadly the head of Johnsen met the ball first, deflecting it past Robert Zwinkels into his own net, 2-2.

The home side started the second half the brightest, and if not for Zwinkels would have gone in front. The ADO keeper standing strong to send the ball wide. The game looked to be heading for a draw, that was until the final few seconds of the game.

ADO broke forward, Elson Hooi chased down the ball, robbed it and the ball came across to El Khayati, who for the third time this season score a needle threaded accurate shot between the legs of the defender in front of him, past the keeper and into the net. His celebrations earning him a yellow card, but was worth it, 2-3.

After the weekend fixtures, ADO are sitting nicely in 8th place. They will look to stay in that spot when they face Roda JC at home this coming Wednesday night, kick-off 20:45.

ADO & ADO ladies in action this week

This Saturday, 9th December, ADO Den Haag travel to Enschede to take on FC Twente. Kick-off 20:45. After suffering two defeats without scoring, ADO will be looking for a turnaround in fortune, especially in front of goal.

On Sunday afternoon, ADO ladies are also playing away. They will be taking on the ladies of PEC Zwolle. After a good start to the season, they have now lost three games in a row. Let’s hope for a better outcome in this game.

ADO lose at home to Groningen

On Saturday, ADO Den Haag lost 0 v 3 to FC Groningen. A very disappointing result for all involved at ADO.

ADO had to make several changes from their ideal line up due to suspensions and injury. ADO went behind in added time of the first half, thanks to a goal from Ritsu Doan.

Photos courtesy of and with thanks to Robert John Henderson

The second half saw both sides have their moments to score, but good goal keeping and the frame of the goal prevented the scoreline from changing.

It was Groningen who then struck again, this time in the seventy fourth minute when Oussama Idrissi scored, 0-2. Groningen finished off the game in the eighty ninth minute, Juninho Bacuna getting the final goal, 0-3.

ADO at home on Saturday

ADO Den Haag will be playing at home this coming Saturday night. They will be hosting FC Groningen, kick-off 18:30.

ADO will be looking to bounce back from the 2-0 defeat they suffered at Vitesse Arnhem last weekend, when two late cost ADO the points in the final moments of the game.

A club card is NOT needed for this game. Please remember to take a form of photo ID for each person requiring a ticket. Watch your club live!