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Andrea Berg (1965)
Angela Winbush (1955)
Anthony Hamilton (1971)
Brian Fallon (1980)
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Mario Biondi (1971)
Rakim (1968)
Ramsey Nasr (1974)
Sarah McLachlan (1968)

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ADO Den Haag

ADO Den Haag (ADO stands for Alles Door Oefening, Everything Through Practice) is the main football club in the city of The Hague. The club was for a time known as FC Den Haag, with ADO representing the amateur branch of the club. Despite being from one of the traditional three large Dutch cities, it has not been able to match Ajax or Feyenoord in terms of success in the Eredivisie. There is nonetheless a big rivalry with Ajax and Feyenoord.

ADO Den Haag won the Dutch national football title in 1942 and 1943 and the KNVB Cup in 1968 and 1975 (under the name FC Den Haag). Greatest European success was a quarter final game against West Ham United for the European Cup Winners Cup in 1976. A 4-2 win in The Hague followed by a 3-1 defeat in London meant elimination.

After a long spell in the country's second tier of league football, ADO Den Haag played four seasons in the Eredivisie, they relegated in the 2006-07 season so they play in the Eerste Divisie next season. The club's new home is the 15,000 seater Den Haag Stadion, there is not yet an official name for this stadium. They used to play the home games at the Zuiderpark Stadion, the ground will be sold for public housing. Their home colors are yellow and green. The average attendance in 2005/06 was 6,800 people.

Current squad

1GKStefan Postma
2DFDaniël Rijaard
3DFChristiaan Kum
4DFVirgilio Teixeira (captain)
6MFAleksandar Rankovic
7FWYuri Cornelisse
8MFPascal Bosschaart
9FWRick Hoogendorp
10MFRichard Knopper
11FWWesley Verhoek
14MFLevi Schwiebbe
16FWHans van de Haar
17FWHursut Meriç
18DFRaimund Riedewald
19MFRoel Stoffels
20FWGuyon Fernandez
21DFNick Coster
22GKRobert Zwinkels
23GKJosh Wagenaar
24DFSamir El Moussaoui
25DFDanilo Arends
27MFMimoun El Kadi
28MFLex Immers
29FWGeoffrey Knijnenburg

Notable players

  • Harald Berg - 54 caps for Norway
  • Martin Jol - 1987 Dutch First Division Player of the Year
  • Aad Mansveld - 6 caps for The Netherlands and all-time club legend. 559 games for the club in the Eredivisie
  • Sean Doherty
  • Ronnie Goodlass (1979-80)
  • John Linford 22 games 21 goals
  • Tony Morley - topscorer in season 1986/1987
  • Jeffrey Talan
  • Lex Schoenmaker - The club's European topscorer, together with Aad Mansveld
  • Gavin Price
  • Jamie Smith (footballer born 1980)

Former managers

  • Max Merkel (1954-1955)
  • Ernst Happel (1962-1969)
  • Vaclav Jezek (1969-1972)
  • Vujadin Boškov (1974-1976)
  • Piet de Visser (1978-1980)
  • Anton Malatinský (1976-1978)
  • Co Adriaanse (1988-1991)
  • Rinus Israel (2001-2004)


  • Dutch national football title: 2
1941-42, 1942-43
  • KNVB Cup: 2
1967-68, 1974-75
  • Eerste Divisie: 2
1985-86, 2002-03