PREVIEW: Den Haag v Swans
13th July 2013
ADO Den Haag play in the Eredivisie, with this season being their fifth consecutive campaign in Holland's top flight.
Managed by former midfielder Maurice Steijn, Den Haag finished ninth last season, which followed on from a seventh-place position the previous campaign.
They enjoyed a short stint in the Europa League during 2011-12, reaching the third qualifying round before losing to Cypriot side AC Amonia.
Den Haag play at the 15,000 capacity Kyocera Stadion - the same stadium the Swans suffered a 1-0 defeat during their Dutch tour in 2010.
Formed in 1905, Den Haag won consecutive top-flight titles in 1942 and 1943, while their most recent major domestic successes came via the Dutch Cup (1968, 1975).
ADO (Alles Door Oefening) translates into Everything Through Practice.
The links between the club developed via current Swans director and Den Haag sponsor John Van Zweden.
Record signing Wilfried Bony is expected to make his first appearance as a Swan following his £12million move from Vitesse Arnhem.
Jordi Amat is available after missing the 10-0 win over Haaglandia with a calf problem while Chico Flores misses out as he has flown back to Spain for family reasons.