Richard "Ricky" van den Bergh (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈriʃɑrt ˈrɪki vɐn dɛm ˈbɛrx]) (born 17 November 1980 in The Hague) is a Dutch former footballer.
He previously played for Sparta Rotterdam (2002–2006), for whom he scored 54 goals in four seasons as well as RKC Waalwijk and Heracles Almelo.
ADO Den Haag
The hot-headed midfielder played for ADO Den Haag since the summer of 2009 in the Dutch highest league, Eredivisie. Van den Bergh is infamous for hitting the bar from free kicks. In his last season at Heracles Almelo, he hit the bar six times, after the first nine matches at ADO Den Haag he had already got three hits. On 5 April 2010 in the game against Ajax Amsterdam played since the 75 minute between the final whistle as goalkeeper, who replaced Barry Ditewig who was shown the red card in the 74th minute.
On 8 December 2010 it was announced that Van den Bergh's contract with ADO Den Haag was terminated, because of a disagreement about his amount of matches. On 14 December 2010 he signed with Sparta Rotterdam until the end of the season.