ADO sign Tom Trybull

Tom Trybull today (Friday) signed a contract for one season at ADO Den Haag. The 23-year-old German was for the last few weeks on trial in The Hague and made an excellent impression on the coaching staff. Thanks to his good play in training and in the match against Kardemir Karabükspor the midfielder has earned himself a contract. Trybull comes from Greuther Fürth, where he will return to in 2018. He will plays in shirt number 12.
 Photo courtesy of ADO Den Haag

Trybull was born in Berlin, but made his professional debut in 2010 in northern Germany with Hansa Rostock. After one season the former youth international moved to Werder Bremen. There Trybull made 21 appearances and one goal in the Bundesliga. Then via St Pauli (2. Bundesliga) and Greuther Fürth he ended up in The Hague.

ADO ladies pre season known

The full pre season schedule of ADO ladies are known. The first training session is scheduled for the cup winners on Monday 1st August at 17:00. The friendlies start with a tournament in France on August 12th. The final friendly game is on Saturday 27th August at the German club Borussia Monchengladbach. In between ADO ladies take on Germany’s Bayer Leverkusen and Belgium’s Racing Genk.

On the 13th and 14th August ADO ladies participate in the Lomowo Cup 2016 in Woippy, France. The green and yellows are drawn in the same group as Woippy FC and SC Freiburg in group D.

Sat/Sun 13th/14th AugLomowo Cup 2016 in Woippy (France)

Wed 17th Aug – ADO v Bayer Leverkussen 17:00 @ KSD Marine, Den Haag

Sat 20th Aug – ADO v Racing Genk TBA @ KSD Marine, Den Haag

Sat 27th Aug – Borussia Monchengladbach v ADO 14:00 Duitsland

KYOCERA extends contract with ADO Den Haag

KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands has once again extended its contract with ADO Den Haag. This makes KYOCERA for the seventh season in a row the namesake of the stadium.

Since 2011, the 48 meter long LED neon sign over the stadium hs illuminated the surrounding area. In late 2010 KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands and ADO Den Haag signed an agreement to do so. Annually there are 160 million cars driving past the stadium which greatly adds to the reputation of KYOCERA.

\Last December it became a green stadium with solar panels on the roof of the stadium. KYOCERA has produced the 2,900 solar panels which provides 50% of the annual electricity consumption of ADO Den Haag.

Etienne Hendriks, Managing Director of KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands: “For years, the Kyocera Stadium regionally and nationally is a concept, not only as a football stadium, but also as a venue for other great events, we are proud to have our name associated for so many years with this beautiful stadium.

Mattijs Manders, Director General of ADO Den Haag: “With KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands, ADO Den Haag has a great partner, with such a strong name on our stadium, it gives the club a lot of confidence and also helps us fulfill our future. ambitions. it is one of the busiest roads of the Netherlands, of course, a great sign.”

KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands
KYOCERA is a global provider of document solutions including printers and multifunction products for the corporate market. KYOCERA products are known for their unique, durable components that achieve high reliability and produce significantly less waste. The standards of KYOCERA Solutions optimizes its information processes of its customers. KYOCERA Document Solutions Netherlands is based in Schiphol-Rijk and has 80 employees.

ADO’s final pre season match on Saturday

On Saturday afternoon at 16:00 in the Kyocera stadium. ADO Den Haag will play their final pre season match before the big kick-off on August 6th.

The final opposition is Iraklis Saloniki from Greece.

Season ticket holders can visit the competition on presentation of their valid hard card for free.

There is also the possibility for season ticket and Club Card holders to purchase unlimited tickets for the public stands for only €2.50 each through e-ticketing.


The free sale tickets cost €5.00 each.


For this competition the Haaglanden Stand (North Side) will be opened. If that side is full, the Aad Mansveld Tribune will also opened. The doors open one hour before kick-off.

Supporters can park their cars on P1 and P3 for FREE.

Enjoy a busy weekend with ADO

Starting today, fans of ADO Den Haag can enjoy a whole weekend of ADO activities.

This afternoon at 17.00 at the ground of HVV Laakkwartier ADO play their penultimate friendly against Turkish side Kardemir Karabükspor. Entry to this game is free!!

On Sunday it is the club’s open/family day. Again this is free to attend. Meet the players, get autographs and selfies. Both the mens and ladies teams will be there. There are many activities in and around the stadium.

All the fun goes on between 09:30 and 16:00. THis is a great time to get to know your local top flight football team. There is always a real fun and relaxed atmosphere there. So please, if you have never been to ADO’s Kyocera stadium before, here is a chance to get the vibe of the club and its supporters.

ADO squad numbers for new season

ADO Den Haag have released the squad/shirt numbers for the upcoming 2016/2017 season which starts in two weeks time. These numbers give a good indication what the starting line up will be.

  • 1. Ernestas Setkus
  • 2. Dion Malone
  • 3. Thomas Meissner
  • 4. Tom Beugelsdijk
  • 5. Wilfried Kanon
  • 6. Achraf El Mahdioui
  • 7. Kevin Jansen
  • 8. Aaron Meijers
  • 9. Mike Havenaar
  • 10. Mathias Gehrt
  • 11. Ludcinio Marengo
  • 13. José San Román
  • 17. Danny Bakker
  • 19. Dennis van der Heijden
  • 20. Ruben Schaken
  • 21. Edouard Duplan
  • 22. Robert Zwinkels
  • 23. Hector Hevel
  • 24. Rody de Boer
  • 25. Mohamed Haddachi
  • 27. Trevor David
  • 28. Tyronne Ebuehi
  • 30. Jerdy Schouten
  • 33. Gervane Kastaneer

ADO sign new keeper

ADO Den Haag have signed a new goalkeeper. The Lithuanian international Ernestas Setkus (31) has joined from Turkish club side Sivasspor and has signed a two year contract.

Photo courtesy of ADO Den Haag

The career of Setkus spans more than ten years. He began his career in 2005 with Zalgiris in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius. After 79 matches Setkus left in 2009 to FK Tauras Taurage, the club ADO Den Haag faced two years later in the Europa League. Setkus missed those games as he returned briefly at Zalgiris before in 2010 he signed a contract with Olympiakos Nicosia in Cyprus. From there he went to the Bulgarian side PFC Botev Plovdiv, Gomel of Belarus, the Cyprus side Nea Salamina and Kerkyra in Greece. Setkus ended at Sivasspor last year. The keeper last season played 31 matches in Turkey’s top league.