Lots to do before ADO v FC Utrecht

Tomorrow, ADO Den Haag play at 14:30 a big game against FC Utrecht. Sunday afternoon there will be all sorts of activities from 12:00 on the Heldenplein next to the Kyocera Stadion.
These will include inflatable bouncy castles, bungie runs and trampolines, lots to keep the kids entertained. Additionally DJ Bronx will provide the sounds for fans present at the Heldenplein with the necessary hits.

Weather is going to be great, so be there tomorrow and SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL TEAM!!!

Bakker in preliminary selection for Holland youth squad

A24-BAKKERADO’s Danny Bakker has been included in the preliminary selection of the Dutch youth team for the European Championship qualifiers against Cyprus (September 4th, 18:30 pm at The Adelaarshorst) and Turkey (September 8th, 18:45 pm in Istanbul).

The preparation starts on Monday, August 31st at the Bilderberg Residence Groot Heideborgh Garderen.

The final selection of the squad will be announced on Friday, August 28th.

ADO ladies lose to the champions

On Friday night ADO ladies returned to action with their first league fixture of the new season against reigning champions FC Twente, a side containing ADO’s record scorer Renate Jansen, making her first return to the Kyocera to face her old team. ADO had been scoring goals for fun in their pre-season build up and then good thing being, there were many different players getting the ball into the net.

Despite the expectation of goals, chances were at a premium in the first half, both teams cancelling each other out in midfield, meaning there were a lot of long balls being played over the top, which turned out to be easy for the defenders to deal with.

The second half livened up a bit and ADO had a clear penalty turned down. Lineth Beerensteyn was inside the area when she was tripped from behind. The assistant referee flagged for a spot kick, yet the referee who was further away waved away the appeals. The resulting free-kick was superbly taken by Dominique Bruinenberg, sadly crashing against the frame of the goal.

After that scare, Twente picked up the pace and pushed ADO back. Jennifer Vreugdenhil in the ADO goal was forced to make some good saves and blocks, but eventually ADO’s luck ran out.

In the sixty eighth minute Shanice van der Sanden struck a shot with not so much power, but it caught the keeper slightly off guard and the ball slipped between her hands into the ADO net, 0-1.

ADO tried to get back on level terms, but left space behind them for the visitors to exploit. In the eighty fourth minute Jill Roord found time and space to fire home to kill off any chance of an ADO come back, 0-2.

A disappointing result, but as it was against the best team of last season, no shame in the result, they matched Twente in all areas for most of the match, but it wasn’t to be.

ADO at home on Sunday

This coming Sunday, ADO play at home to FC Utrecht. Great weather is forecast, a big crowd expected thanks to the deal to offer season ticket holders an extra free ticket for a friend. A big draw, if he plays, is the return of cult hero Tommie Beugelsdijk, assured of a fantastic reception.

After the last two great and unexpected results, expectations for this game are high, so be there in the stadium and…… SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL TEAM!!! A club card IS needed for this game.

Beugelsdijk is back!!!!!

The news that all ADO fans wanted to hear came true today. Former defender and cult hero Tommie Beugelsdijk has rejoined ADO Den Haag.

1907949_10152055070716319_431615517_n

The 25 year old defender has signed a three year contract on returning from his time at German side FSV Frankfurt.

“This really feels like coming home. I’m so happy that I can finally play football again at my club. I’m already looking forward to playing at the Kyocera Stadion full of atmosphere and great fans.” said Tom Beugelsdijk during the press conference.

Signing photos courtesy of ADO Den Haag

Beugelsdijk grew in his first period at ADO Den Haag into a real crowd pleaser. The defender proved his worth by always going into battle, plays with real HaagseBluf and always make time for the fans.

John Metgod, Technical Manager at ADO Den Haag, is delighted with the arrival of the exponent of our youth.

“With Tom we get a guy with a good mentality. From his childhood he grew up with our club at our successful youth academy. With his fight and Hague bluff he can give a further impetus to the development of the team” said John Metgod.

ADO season tickets selling well

The number of season tickets sold for this season is stil growing, the number already beating the total for the last few seasons. The draw with PSV and the stunning win at FC Twente have seen more sales. The number now at 4,855.

Hopefully with the offer at the ADO v FC Utrecht game of a season ticket holder can bring a friend for free, may tempt more people to purchase a ticket. If the number reaches 5,500, the the discounts start to take effect. So get a season ticket and support your local team!

ADO ladies tomorrow night

Tomorrow night, Friday 21st August. ADO ladies start their new season with a home game to champions FC Twente. Please note, anybody with a men’s ADO seaso ticket can watch the game for FREE, so go along, sit in the nice seats of the main stand and support the ladies.