One minutes silence at tomorrow’s friendly

The was asked by a supporter if it was possible to organise some sort of tribute to those who lost their lives on the MH17 plane disaster last week., Ed of course got straight onto this.

After consultation with the club, KNVB, HVV Laakkwartier and the Turkish opponents Konyaspor’ it has been decided that this a great initiative. It will give people the chance to express their feelings for the 298 victims whose lives ended so tragically. The people of The Hague can share their grief.

Just before the 17th minute, the speaker will announce that the minute’s silence is about to be observed. Everyone hopes that everybody will respect the silence. wishes to thank evrybody for their cooperation with this.

Interview with new ADO owner

The Stadium Development Foundation of ADO Den Haag last week announced that the contract for the shares of ADO Den Haag to United Vansen had been signed.

It is expected that within 4-6 weeks the transaction will be complete. The Stadium Development Foundation is pleased with the new investor, who has the ambition to bring the clubs financial and sporting sides to a higher level. Last week Mr. Wang of United Vansen in the Netherlands did his first interview with Omroep West.

The questions are asked in Dutch but the answers are in English, so you can understand it, makes for interesting viewing.

Media courtesy of ADO Den Haag and Omroep West

ADO’s next friendly

ADO Den Haag continue their 2014/2015 build up with their fourth pre season friendly this coming Saturday afternoon. They will play Turkish side Konyaspor.

1,500 tickets have already been sold, so a decent sized crowd is already guaranteed. Tickets can be purchased at the gate prior to kick-off. Go along and enjoy the fun.

ADO’s next friendly

ADO Den Haag continue their pre season with a friendly against FC Dordrecht this coming Tuesday night at 19:00.

Tickets for this game cos €5,00 and can purchased from The Kyocera stadium, Primera shop Therasiastraat and at DSO on the night of the game.

Safety nets behind the goal of Lex Schoenmaker stand

From this coming season there will be a safety net behind the goal at the end of the Lex Schoenmaker/family stand. Using this net makes it easire during training to collect the wayward balls that end up bouncing around in the seats.

During the games these nets will help to protect the young children and disabled supporters, as often these fans have been hit by hard shots. Another advantage is that the seats will now remain intact as often the plastic seats get damaged when hit by hard shoAfterts.

In consultation with supporters, it has been decided to take down the nets at the end of the Aad Mansveld stand, in front of Vak (area) G.

Photo courtesy of ADO Den Haag

ADO’s CEO leaves

ADO Den Haag CEO Piet Jansen will be leaving the club on September 1st. It is stated that he can not accept the fact that the shares will soon be moving to a foreign shareholder. The ADO Supervisory Board deeply regrets the decision taken by Piet Jansen.

Beerensteyn get her recognition

After a season plagued with serious injuries ADO ladies Lineth Beerensteyn has still managed to be selected for the Orange under 19 squad for the European championships in Norway.

One of my favourite ADO ladies players of the last two seasons, for one so young she is so powerful, works hard and is a real fighter full of skill. Really hoping she has a great tournament, she deserves is and the recognition she is getting.