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Spartan Football Season Tickets On Sale Now

June 13, 2018

Click here to purchase 2018 season tickets

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Now is your chance to purchase 2018 Michigan State football season tickets and experience all seven home games this season.

New season tickets, which went on sale Wednesday, June 13, are $343 each plus the seat premium amount (in applicable sections). For recent MSU graduates (within last two years), the season ticket price is only $245.

Michigan State's home schedule includes Utah State (Friday, Aug. 31 at 7 p.m.), Central Michigan (Saturday, Sept. 29), Northwestern (Homecoming, Saturday, Oct. 6 at noon), Michigan (Saturday, Oct. 20), Purdue (Saturday, Oct. 27), Ohio State (Saturday, Nov. 10) and Rutgers (Saturday, Nov. 24).

Contact the Spartan Ticket Office at 517-355-1610 or by email at tickets@msu.edu for questions or more information.

Michigan State has one of the most dedicated fan bases in the nation, as MSU ranked among the NCAA Top 25 leaders in football attendance in 2017 for the 62nd straight year. The Spartans were No. 19 in the NCAA in total attendance with 507,398 fans for seven home games. In addition, the Spartans also ranked No. 19 with an average of 72,485 fans per game.

Michigan State is in the midst of its winningest decade in school history based on total wins, as the Spartans are 78-28 (.736) since the beginning of the 2010 season. During that span, MSU has won five bowl games (2012 Outback, 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings, 2014 Rose, 2015 Cotton, 2017 Holiday), three Big Ten Championships (2010, 2013, 2015) and three Big Ten Division titles (2011, 2013, 2015). MSU’s .736 winning percentage this decade is second best in school history (.766 in 1950s). The Spartans’ 78 victories since 2010 rank tied for 10th most in the FBS, and the 49 wins since 2013 are tied for ninth most.

 

 

Mark Dantonio, who is entering his 12th season as head coach, won his 100th game as head coach at Michigan State with the victory in the Holiday Bowl and is one of just six coaches in Big Ten history to record at least six 10-win seasons. He is 100-45 overall in 11 seasons at Michigan State. The second-winningest coach in school history, Dantonio is nine victories shy from tying Duffy Daugherty, who coached at MSU from 1954-72, for the most wins in school history (109).

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