Spartan Football 2022 season tickets on sale now


EAST LANSING, Mich. – Now is your chance to buy Michigan State Football Season tickets for 2022 and catch all seven home games this season at Spartan Stadium.

New season tickets, which go on sale Thursday, June 16, cost $343 for the seven-game home season ($49 per game) plus the stipend seat award amount (in applicable sections). The seven-game home game schedule includes five Big Ten competitions.

New MSU grads (those who graduated within the last two years) can purchase up to two tickets for only $245 per seat ($35 per game) by calling the Spartan Ticket Office at 517-355-1610. In addition, season permits for current MSU students are available now for $185.

Season ticket prices and scholarship place awards remain the same for the seventh year in a row.

Fans can contact the Spartan Ticket Office at 517-355-1610 or email with questions or additional information.

MSU will open the season on Friday, September 2 at 7 p.m. against Western Michigan, followed by another non-conference home game a week later against Akron on September 10 at 4 p.m

The Big Ten list begins September 24 against Minnesota and continues in October against Ohio State (October 8) and Wisconsin (Homecoming, October 15, 3:30/4:00 p.m.). MSU will host Rutgers (Nov. 12) and Indiana (Nov. 19) to complete the home game schedule in November.

After an 11-win season and a national top-10 ranking in 2021, the Michigan State soccer team is poised for another successful season in 2022. Led by the 2021 Big Ten Coach of the Year, Mel Tuckerthe Spartans bring back 45 letter winners from last year’s Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl champion team, which also recorded a perfect 6-0 at home, including the quarterback Payton Thorn, who set a school record for a season with 27 touchdown passes; First-team wide receiver and All-America all-around Jayden Reed; and captain Xavier Hendersonwho has started 33 consecutive games in safety.

Michigan State Athletics thanks all football season ticket holders for their dedicated support of Spartan football. The Spartans were again in the top 25 by viewers in 2021, ranking 17th on FBS with an average of 70,135 fans per game (420,808 over six games). MSU has ranked in the NCAA’s top 25 for each of the past 65 seasons (with the exception of 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions).

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