Since the summer of 2007, ADO Den Haag football club has been located in the football stadium near the Prins Clausplein in The Hague. However, the stadium has much more to offer than just a 'football function'. The building is suitable for numerous events. The stadium can accommodate 15,000 spectators and was officially inaugurated by ADO Den Haag in the 2007/2008 season. Before that, ADO still played in the now largely demolished Zuiderpark Stadium. However, ADO Den Haag still trains there.
Hockey World Cup
In 2014, the stadium was home to the Men's and Women's World Hockey Championships. This stadium was already equipped with an artificial turf before football, a hockey artificial turf was installed for the occasion and the goals and lines were replaced.
ADO Den Haag
ADO Den Haag was founded on February 1, 1905. The club was founded in the then café 'Het Hof van Berlin' at 32 Papestraat in The Hague. The cafe was owned by the father of one of the boys (Jan van Gulik) who founded the club. At the time, they were boys who played football every day after school at the foot of the Haagsche Toren. From that period until now, ADO has grown enormously. ADO has been a top player in the Dutch Eredivisie for years. In addition to the first team, ADO also has its own youth academy, which makes it a real top sports association.
Since 2012, the Women's team has also been part of this. It has become clear that women's football is booming in recent years. Especially the ADO ladies contribute to this in the Netherlands. Since 2012, the first ladies team of ADO has been a fact and the ladies compete for the prizes. In the first season the women finished 5th, but as 2nd Dutch club. By participating in the BeNe League, the team is growing every week. The statistics also show that ADO is the best women's team in the Netherlands, in addition, Jong ADO became Cup champion in the year 2011/2012 and they are again at the top of the competition. They prove time and again that the ADO women, just like the ADO men, are part of a top club!
The Bingoal Stadium is easily accessible by various means of transport. By car you take exit 8, Leidschendam (route N) via the A4 and exit 5, Nootdorp (route Z) via the A12. The Car Jeans Stadium is also easily accessible by public transport. Randstadrail 3 and 4 (Forepark stop), line 19 (Station Ypenburg stop). Also with the train and bus 30 you get off at the stop NS Station Den Haag Ypenburg. All stops are about a ten minute walk from the stadium. If you live in the vicinity of the Car Jeans Stadium, it is wise to come by bike.