Club: ADO Den Haag | Opening: 2007 | Capacity: 15,000 seats
History and description
The Kyocera Stadion, until 2010 called ADO Den Haag Stadion, replaced ADO’s old Zuiderpark Stadion, which could not meet modern demands in terms of facilities.
Construction of the new stadium started late 2005 and finished in time for the start of the 2007/08 season.
The Kyocera Stadion officially opened on the 28th of July 2007. The first match was played between ADO Den Haag and a selection of amateurs from the region.
The stadium has an exterior of glowing aluminium. Its design allows for an easy expansion to double its current capacity.
In 2010, ADO announced a naming rights deal, which resulted in the name change to Kyocera Stadion.
The Kyocera Stadion is located in the south-east of the city of The Hague, at a modern office park where the A4 and A12 motorways intersect. The distance to The Hague’s city centre is about 6 kilometres.
Coming from the A8, take exit 8 Leidschendam. From there the stadium is signposted with a little ball sign and an N.
Coming from the A12, take exit 5 Nootdorp. Again, the stadium is signposted with a little ball, this time accompanied with a Z.
The Kyocera Stadion lies at walking distance from train station Den Haag Ypenburg, to which regular trains run from Den Haag Central Station and the city of Gouda. The walk to the stadium takes about 10 to 15 minutes.
From The Hague, the stadium can probably be best reached by light rail (Randstadrail). Line 3 and 4 pass through The Hague’s city centre (and by the central station), and stop a 10-minute walk away from the stadium at station Forepark. The journey takes 10 minutes.
From Rotterdam, the stadium can be reached with light rail line E. Board at Rotterdam Central Station or any other city centre stop (Stadhuis or Beurs), and get off at stop Forepark. The journey takes a little over 20 minutes.
Bus line 19 connects the cities of Delft and Leidschendam with Den Haag Ypenburg station.
Address: Haags Kwartier 55, 2491 BM Den Haag
Tickets for ADO Den Haag matches can be bought at the ticket office at the stadium, or at news agency Primera at the Theresiastraat 53 near The Hague Central Rail station. Identification will be required to buy tickets.
ADO Den Haag requires possession of an ADO Club Card for the home matches against Ajax and Feyenoord, but all other matches go on general sale.
If tickets remain, these can be bought at the gates of the stadium on the day of the match (again with identification). Most general sale matches do not tend to sell out.
Tickets generally cost either €19.00, 23.50, or €27.50. For four high-profile matches (PSV, Ajax, Feyenoord, and Twente) prices are raised with €5.00.
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