Stadio "Benito Stirpe", Frosinone, Italy

Since October 2017, the Stadio Benito Stirpe (also known as Stadio Casaleno) has been the home ground of the Frosinone Calcio, in the Italian city of Frosinone. The stadium has endured a turbulent history dating back to the early 1970s and the first construction measures at the stadium. As part of the Copa '90, reconstruction plans for the stadium were developed but could only be partially implemented, due to a lack of financial resources. So, the construction of the stadium remained unfinished for over 30 years. Only the Seria A promotion of the largest local football club allowed the complete renovation of the stadium between 2015 and 2017. With a current capacity of approximately 16,000 seats, the Stadio Benito Stirpe now fulfills all the national and international criteria.


In the last refurbishment phase, the voice alarm system was renewed by our partner Phoebus Spa. Various components of the VX-3000 voice alarm system, including the VX-3004F system frame and VX-050DA power amplifiers, as well as RM-200SF emergency and RM-300X remote microphones provide reliable alerts in the event of a hazard. The EN 54 certified SC-630M EB-Q horn speakers were chosen due to their excellent speech clarity and high speech intelligibility over a wide transmission range.