ADO Den Haag Women


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2007 (16 years old)


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Netherlands Eredivisie Women

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ADO Den Haag Vrouwen is a Dutch football (soccer) club based in The Hague representing ADO Den Haag in the Vrouwen Eredivisie, the top women's football league in the Netherlands. Founded in 2007, the club is a founding member of the championship.

In 2012 the team won its first national championship. Later they achieved the double, when they also won the KNVB Women's Cup.

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The ADO Den Haag Stadium (known as the Cars Jeans Stadion for sponsorship reasons) (Dutch pronunciation: ) is a multi-use stadium in The Hague, Netherlands, designed by Zwarts & Jansma Architects. Completed in 2007, the stadium is used mostly for football and field hockey. It is also the home stadium of ADO Den Haag. It has a capacity of 15,000 people, and replaced ADO's former stadium Zuiderpark which was considerably smaller. Due to UEFA's sponsorship regulations, the stadium is named ADO Den Haag Stadium on European matches.

Despite being in one of the three largest cities in the Netherlands, the club's attendances have been traditionally smaller than those of their rivals Ajax, Feyenoord and PSV Eindhoven. The stadium was the venue for the 2014 Hockey World Cup.

For the last five months of 2019 it also served as the home of AZ Alkmaar, whose AFAS Stadion was undergoing major renovation after a roof collapse.




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