- Address: Haags Kwartier 55, The Hague
- Country: Netherlands
- Capacity: 15,000
- Opened: 28 July 2007
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: ADO Den Haag (football)
Extra stadium info – Bingoal Stadion
The construction costs of the Bingoal Stadion, formerly known as the ADO Den Haag Stadion, the Kyocera Stadion and the Cars Jeans Stadion, were €28 million. It is named after Bingoal, a sports betting company. Willem Joost Deetman opened the venue. He was the mayor of The Hague when he opened the Bingoal Stadion. Willem Deetman claimed that the venue is the most secure stadium in Europe. The Happy Crowd Control system of the Bingoal Stadion takes pictures of spectators when entering the stadium for safety reasons. It hosted the 2014 Men’s Hockey World Cup final, which was won by the national field hockey team of Australia after defeating the Netherlands 6-1.
AZ, one of the most successful Dutch football clubs, played numerous home games at the Bingoal Stadion after part of the roof of their home venue collapsed. The collapse of the roof took place in August 2019. Nobody was injured during the incident at the venue. The stadium in Alkmaar reopened in 2021 after major renovation works took place. The roof was replaced and the capacity of the venue increased to 19,000.
ADO Den Haag
Alles Door Oefening Den Haag, nicknamed De Ooievaars or De Residentieclub, moved to the stadium in 2007. The football club was founded in 1905. In 1941, they were crowned Dutch football champions for the first time in their history. One year later, ADO Den Haag were crowned Dutch football champions for the second time in their history. They won the Dutch cup tournament in 1968 for the first time in their history after beating Ajax 2-1. The match took place in the city of The Hague in front of 17,000 spectators. ADO Den Haag drew an average home attendance of 15,000 during that league season.