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The average ticket prices of Michigan State Spartans football games over the last four years of the college football seasons have seen significant changes. During the 2014 and 2016 college football seasons, tickets for Spartans games averaged within the $60-$70 range, while in 2015 the ticket price average rose to below $100. Michigan State Spartans ticket prices experienced its largest decrease in 2016 with a 31% drop from the previous season going from $96 to $67 ticket average. The average ticket price for Michigan States’ current 2017 season is at $50, the lowest ticket average in the last four seasons.

Michigan State Spartans football Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 9/20/2017)

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2017 Michigan State Season Preview

Peeked at the 2017 Michigan State schedule yet? Away games at Michigan, Northwestern, Ohio State and Minnesota. Split those four and that will be the best-case scenario. Then you’re looking at home games against Penn State and Iowa. This is going to be rough for Sparty, but they’ve performed in the past, and that’s why they play the game! Coonor Cook was a QB legend in East Lansing. No self-respecting fan thought any of those that followed could equalize Cook’s performance. But the Spartans rolled out five different QBs last year. This year they’ll start with Brian Lewerke, who runs it quite nicely. He can toss the pigskin too, but he’ll hand it off with more frequency to running backs L.J. Scott and Gerald Holmes. On Michigan States defense, linebacker Chris Frey will captain the squad but they will need better coaching from the defensive coordinators. Former coordinator Pat Narduzzi is no longer around, and that hurts. Whether you are planning on cheering on Michigan State at Spartan Stadium or supporting the Spartans on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Michigan State Spartans tickets, including home and away games.

Michigan State Spartans Football at Spartan Stadium

Address: 325 W Shaw Ln, East Lansing, Michigan, 48824

The Spartans play their home games at Spartan Stadium on Michigan State's campus in East Lansing, Michigan. Visitors to a Spartans game at MSU can take part in one of the largest tailgate parties in America. Entering the stadium, fans are awed by the 2005 stadium expansion, which includes “the Grand Entrance” of marble, glass walls, and high ceilings; an enormous luxury concourse; state of the art lounge; and 800 club seats. The Michigan State Spartans home bench is on the Spartan Stadium sideline with sections 20-27. Spartan Stadium parking information is covered in our Spartans event guide.

Spartan Stadium Seating Chart

Michigan State Spartans Rivals

Michigan State trails the Wolverines in the all-time record in the battle for the Paul Bunyan Trophy. Outside of WWII, these two have played each other every year since 1910 and has included a ranked team in 28 of the last 30 contests (the Wolverines, usually). MSU had a surprising four-year winning streak snapped in a 12-10 Michigan win in 2012

The battle for the Land Grant Trophy has been an even one over the years, and has included a team ranked in the top 10 in the country nine times. This has been quite the offensive affair since the reintroduction of the game in 1993, with the winning team scoring over 40 points almost ten times. Watch for this rivalry to grow over the upcoming years.

Michigan State in the College Football Championship, Bowl Games, and Big Ten Championship

When traveling to East Lansing to take on the football Spartans opponents better be prepared for the 75,000 plus screaming green fans waiting for them. The Michigan State Spartans have been extremely successful in advancing to post season play making it to more than 20 bowl games in their school history. A past that includes about a half dozen Big Ten Conference Championships is something the Spartans are very proud of, and they will look to add to that number in the coming years. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big 10 Conference Championship Game.

Michigan State Spartans Event Guide

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What are the best stadium concessions at Spartan Stadium?

Michigan State offers a wide assortment of concession foods including tacos, pizza, brats, Italian sausages and BBQ sandwiches. Visit the Turkey Man stand for a great pork chop sandwich or the Spartanville stand for a local brat.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Michigan State home football game?

Yes, all fans regardless of age are required to have a ticket to enter Spartan Stadium.

Who is the most famous Michigan State football alumnus?

The Spartans have been playing college football since 1896 so their roster of notable players is extensive. The top of that list includes Duffy Daugherty (Coach), John Hannah, George Webster, Clarence Biggie Munn (Coach), Bubba Smith, Brad Van Pelt, Percy Snow, Larry Bethea, Lorenzo White and Charles Rogers.

Michigan State Spartans Preview History

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2015 Michigan State Football Preview

Michigan State threw together another fantastic season last season losing only to Oregon and Ohio State, the two teams who played for the National Championship. A win over Baylor in the Cotton Bowl has the team returning with tons of confidence in 2015. Outstanding quarterback Connor Cook will return for his senior season, and will have an experienced offense that includes receivers Aaron Burbridge, and Monty Madaris. The biggest question for the Spartans coming into 2015 will be at the running back position, where Michigan State will have to turn to a number of young players to fill the hole left by the departure of Jeremy Langford. While many have already anointed Ohio State as Big Ten champions in 2015, the Michigan State Spartans should be able to give the Buckeyes a run for their money, and the winner of the OSU-Michigan State game will likely determine the eventual conference champion. Top road games on the Michigan State Spartans 2015 schedule include at Michigan, at Nebraska, and at Ohio State. Top games in East Lansing are an early game against Oregon, and Penn State to finish the season.

2014 Michigan State Football Preview

2013 was a staple year for Sparty. Michigan State finished the season undefeated in the Big 10, and beat a very good Stanford team to win the Spartans first Rose Bowl since 1988. The Spartans lost a large amount of talent to the NFL including quarterback Andre Maxwell, linebackers Denicos Allen, and Max Bullough, and offensive lineman Blake Treadwell and Dan France. Despite all of these departures, the defense looks to be as solid as ever with senior middle linebacker Taiwan Jones and senior free-safety Kurtis Drummond leading the way. Look for Mark Dantonio and company to continue to be one of the toughest teams in the Big 10. A week 2 trip to Eugene to take on Oregon will be one of the top games of the early college football season. Sparty will likely be in the running for another Big 10 championship, and 3 games to look forward to are against Nebraska, Ohio State, and at Penn State to finish the season.

2013 Michigan State Football Preview

Senior linebacker Max Bullough leads one of the best defenses in the Big Ten and a Michigan State Spartans team that should compete for a conference championship in 2013. The Spartans finished with 7 wins in 2012, but with the talent on defense and the experience on offense, Mark Dantonio’s team is expected to take a jump in the win totals this season. Andrew Maxwell and Connor Cook will compete for playing time at quarterback with the Spartans using a running back by committee to fill the void left by Le’Veon Bell. The Spartans welcome Indiana and Michigan to East Lansing this year and will travel to Notre Dame and Nebraska.

2011 Michigan State Football Preview

Michigan State is coming off of one of its best seasons in recent memory. The Spartans won an impressive 11 games, with big victories over Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin. Despite a disappointing bowl loss, however, the team is poised for another solid year in 2011 with head coach Mark Dantonio at the helm.

The offense should have no problem scoring for Dantonio, thanks in large part to the return of standout quarterback Kirk Cousins, who will come back with another year of experience under his belt. Joining Cousins will be talented senior wide receivers B.J. Cunningham and Keith Nichol, both of whom have the potential to break a play wide open.

Although the offense will likely be firing on all cylinders, the defense may find it more difficult to live up to last year's squad. However, that's not to say they won't be competitive within the newly formatted Big 10. Although they will certainly miss the departure of the talented Greg Jones and Eric Gordon, Chris Norman leads a steady linebacking corps, and Jerel Worthy and Tyler Hoover will be reliable pass rushers.

2010 Michigan State Football Preview

Michigan State has been somewhat mired in mediocrity the past few seasons. Although the Spartans have made bowl games three of the last four years, they have not won one since 2001.

Coach Mark Dantonio has assembled an impressive collection of offensive weapons that all return this year. Junior quarterback Kirk Cousins helped lead an offense that averaged almost 30 points a game last season. With junior Keshawn Martin and senior Mark Dell, both have the ability to have break-out seasons at receiver, Michigan State should be able to put up a fair amount of points.

The Spartans struggled mightily in 2009 to have a significant pass rush, and the lack of pressure they put on the quarterback allowed opposing offenses to throw for over 267 yards a game - which put them last in the conference in pass defense. Hopefully linebacker Greg Jones, a potential All-American at linebacker, will be able to hold the defense together.

Michigan State has a great deal of talent heading into the season and a favorable schedule as well, as the Spartans do not have to face conference favorite Ohio State. If their defense can improve, expect them to be in the top-half of the Big Ten come seasons end.

2009 Michigan State Football Preview

The Michigan State Spartans head into the 2009 season with a lot of hope. MSU's basketball program just rode a strong postseason into the Championship Game of the Final Four, thus proving that anything is possible in sports. Now Spartans Head Coach Mark Dantonio must get his football team to play with the skill and passion necessary to overcome a tough Big 10 schedule. If Dantonio is successful, then fans in East Lansing might be making a New Year's Day trip to somewhere warm for another big game.

2008 Michigan State Football Preview

Head Coach Mark Dantonio is looking to put some more of his boys in the end zone in 2008 at Spartan Stadium, as the Michigan State Spartan football team takes to the field for their 112th season. The Spartan team is knee-deep in football history and culture, and they will be meeting some of their long time rivals this season: Notre Dame, Michigan and Penn State. The Spartans will be fighting back from their disappointing 2007 season to possibly gain a berth to the 2008 Big 10 Conference Football Championship.

After a 4-0 start last season, Michigan State lost five of their next eight games to put them at 7-5 for the regular season. Although the team gained a berth to the Champs Sports Bowl, Boston College edged past the Spartans 24-21 for the win. Coach Dantonio aims to boost his 7-6 record from last season, and hopefully chalk up his first bowl game win with the team.

 

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