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About Michigan State Spartans Football Tickets

Hey, Sparty! Mind if we check out a home game?

Michigan State plays its games on campus at Spartan Stadium, which holds approximately 75,000 fans. Make sure to take your seat a bit early, so that you can watch Sparty (the school mascot) run out and plant the MSU flag at midfield before doing one-handed pushups.

Parking is similar to that of many other college football locations: Donor lots close to the stadium, and others further away. Whether you tailgate or not, get some ice cream at the MSU Dairy Store. The locals love it.

Want history? There’s plenty in East Lansing. Michigan State started football as a club sport in 1885, and promoted it to varsity status in 1896. It joined the Big Ten Conference in 1953.

Perhaps the most notable game in MSU history was the 1966 “Game of the Century” against Notre Dame, in which the top-ranked Fighting Irish ran out the clock to preserve a 10-10 tie. That left the Spartans ranked second in the country despite not having a loss.

The Spartans’ longstanding rivalry with Notre Dame has been interrupted, as the schools won’t meet again until 2026. But that’s OK, because the Michigan Wolverines are always around to fuel Sparty’s ire. The two squads face off every season for the Paul Bunyan Trophy.

The school boasts more than 30 consensus All-America selections, 14 members of the College Football Hall of Fame, and three Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees (Herb Adderly, Joe DeLamielleure, Morten Andersen). Future Hall of Famer Nick Saban coached the Spartans from 1995-99, posting a record of 34-24-1.

If you’re ready for a rock ‘em, sock ‘em Big Ten clash, get your Michigan State football tickets now!

Frequently Asked Questions About Michigan State Spartans Football Tickets and Games

How much are Michigan State Spartans Football tickets?

You can find Michigan State Spartans Football tickets for as low as $16.00, with an average ticket price of $119.00.

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Who are the Michigan State Spartans Football biggest rivals?

The Michigan State Spartans Football biggest rivals are Michigan Wolverines Football, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and Indiana Hoosiers.

Where does the Michigan State Spartans Football team play?

The Michigan State Spartans Football team plays at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, MI.

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Michigan State Spartans Football Ticket Prices

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2022-23
$61
2022
$61
2021-22
$61
2021
$61
2020
$61
2019-20
$61
2019
$45
2018-19
$61
2018
$57
2017-18
$61

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