On Wednesday 2nd March, the Kyocera will be hosting the first match of the ladies qualifying tournament, that will see the winners qualify for the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro later this year.
The first game to be played, will be in the Kyocera stadium and the match is a huge one. Holland v Switzerland. The other teams involved in this round robin qualification are Norway and Sweden. Rest of the games after the opener will be played in Rotterdam, at the homes of Sparta and Excelsior.
The game kicks-off at 19:30 and tickets have been selling well. The Kyocera has gained itself a great reputation for hosting international ladies football, and is now the venue for the KNVB beker (Cup) finals.
Tickets are still available. For the three sides of the stadium, tickets cost €10;00. Tickets in the main stand cost €20;00.
Tickets for groups of more than ten people are only €6;00 per person on the three sides of the stadium.
To purchase your tickets online, please click HERE
For more information on this Olympic qualifying tournament, please click HERE.
Tonight in Eindhove, ADO Den Haag lost 2-0. The teams remained goalless for the first forty five minutes.
In the second half ADO eventually succumbed to the home side. The first goal coming in the seventy second minute, scored by Marco van Ginkel. Then the hosts sealed ADO’s fate in the eighty second minute thanks to a goal Luuk de Jong.
On Friday night, ADO ladies put on a good show of control and skill against PEC Zwolle. ADO ladies went in at half-time two goals up. Thanks to finishes by Pia Rijsdijk in the tenth minute and by Lisanne Grimberg in the eighteenth.
The second half saw the visitors play better and pull a goal back in the fifty seventh minute when former ADO Judith Frijlink scored. ADO were soon back with a two goal cushion when Maartje Looijen scored in the sixty first minute. The final goal was scored by Rebecca Doejaaren in the seventy ninth minute to end the game at a thrilling 3-2.
As theEredivisieseasonnears itsclimax. ADO Den Haag have fivespectacularhome games to play and withthe Play-offs forEuropeanfootballin their sights, the players need your support!So comeand enjoy theunique footballing experienceatthe Kyocera Stadium.
The prices for aQuarterSeasonTicketstarts at only €25,00!!!
In preparation forthe2016/2017seasonADO Den Haag have announced a pre-season friendly againstTopklasser sidevv Katwijk. The gametakes place onSaturday 9th July attheKatwijkSportparkDe Krom. Kick-offat 14:30.
Katwijkwasin the pastfour timesamateurchampions ofthe Netherlands.At presentthe clubis leading inthe top classSaturday league. Shouldthey finishinthe first seven, Katwijk will playnext season in thenewly createdSecondDivision.
ADO Den Haags topsy turvy continued last weekend with an undeserved home defeat to PEC Zwolle. This Saturday night they travel to Eindhoven, to take on PSV. The way it has gone this season, a win would not surprise anybody, as they perform better against the top clubs than the smaller ones.
ADO ladies will be playing at home on Friday night against PEC Zwolle, as with the men’s side, results are up and down and you never really know what you are going to get. So go and add your support!
At half time during ADO v Zwolle match, two former players were welcomed onto the pitch. Mike van Duinen and Michiel Kramer were presented to the fans and were given momentos of their time playing for ADO Den Haag. They saw many banners and got a loud cheers from the supporters.
Pijnacker01 captured the events and followed the events as they unfolded.
This site’s great videographer, Pijnacker01 has provided yet another wonderful video of the atmosphere inside the stadium on match day. This time ADO Den Haag v Zwolle taken from his place on the Midden Noord.
With an earlier kick-off than usual, 17:00, ADO ladies took on PSV at the Herdgang, The PSV training complex.
ADO ladies went behind after only two minutes and that goal divided the clubs up until half time. ADO ladies got back level in the sixty seventh minute, Sharona Tieleman laying on the chance for Kirsten Koopmans to score, 1-1.
The lead lasted for only two minutes, as the hosts got back in front in the sixty ninth minute, 2-1.