Michigan State University

SPARTAN STADIUM

SPARTAN STADIUM
SPARTAN STADIUM GAME DAY FAQ
SPARTAN STADIUM IMPORTANT LINKS

 

SPARTAN STADIUM
100 Spartan Way

East Lansing, MI 48824

Ticket Info: (800) GO STATE or (517) 355-1610

Built in 1923, Spartan Stadium was once named  Macklin Field in honor of  former football coach (1911-1915) John Macklin. The original capacity of 14,000 grew to 76,000 by 1957 when it officially became known as “Spartan Stadium.” In 1994, the capacity was actually reduced to 75,005 to increase comfort and improve sightlines. In 2002, the artificial turf of over 30 years was replaced with natural grass developed by MSU‘s turfgrass program, one of the nation’s top turfgrass programs.

 

SPARTAN STADIUM GAME DAY FAQ:

  • No bags larger than 5 ½” x 8 ½” x 2”
  • No umbrellas, flags or containers
  • No camera cases, binocular cases or tripods
  • No alcohol or outside food
  • One factory sealed 20 oz. water bottle is allowed per person—take one and save some money!
  • Gates open 1.5 hours before kick-off
  • No smoking
  • Food includes typical stadium food (hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, pizza).  Tacos and Melting Moments ice cream sandwiches are also available

 

SPARTAN STADIUM IMPORTANT LINKS:

 

Spartan Stadium Home Page

Spartan Stadium Seating Diagram

MSU Athletics Game Day Info

MSU Ticket Info

Spartan Football Schedule 2012-2013