Michigan State season tickets on sale
Published 5:25 pm Monday, June 15, 2015
EAST LANSING — Michigan State football season tickets for 2015 are now on sale through the Spartan Ticket Office.
Tickets are priced at $308 for the general public and $210 for recent graduates.
To order football season tickets online, visit msuspartans.com. Fans also may purchase tickets by calling the Spartan Ticket Office, at (800) GO-STATE. The Spartan Ticket Office, located in Jenison Field House, is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Five of Michigan State’s seven home opponents played in a bowl game last season, including reigning Pac-12 Champion Oregon, who won the 2015 Rose Bowl Game over Florida State and played in the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship Game. The Spartans will take on the Ducks in the home opener on Sept. 12 at 8 p.m.
For the first time in program history, Michigan State will play host to a service academy as the Spartans face Air Force on Sept. 19 at noon. The Falcons went 10-3 last season and defeated Western Michigan in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
MSU concludes its non-conference home schedule against Central Michigan on Sept. 26.
The Spartans will celebrate its 100th homecoming game in the Big Ten opener against Purdue on Oct. 3. Michigan State also has home Big Ten games against Indiana (Oct. 24), Maryland (Nov. 14) and Penn State (Nov. 28).
Michigan State, which capped off an 11-2 season with a dramatic comeback win over No. 5 Baylor in the 2015 Cotton Bowl Classic, ranked No. 5 in the final Associated Press and USA TODAY/Amway Coaches Polls. The Spartans finished among the nation’s top five for the second year in a row (No. 3 in both polls in 2013) — a program first since 1965-66.
Michigan State has posted a 24-3 record since 2013 and is the only school in the nation to win a Bowl Championship Series game during the 2013 season (24-20 over Stanford in 2014 Rose Bowl Game) and a New Year’s Six bowl game (42-41 over Baylor in the Cotton Bowl Classic) last season.
The Spartans have ranked among the NCAA’s Top 25 in attendance each of the last 59 seasons, including 20th in 2014, averaging 74,681 fans per game. The Spartans ranked 16th in the NCAA in total attendance in 2014 as 522,765 fans went through the turnstiles for seven home games, including a season-high 76,409 vs. Ohio State on Nov. 7.
Season-ticket sales have topped the 60,000 mark seven times in Spartan football history, with an all-time record 63,831 season tickets purchased in 2012. MSU sold 61,931 season tickets for the 2014 season, second most in school history.