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MSU football season tickets now on sale

Individual tickets for the Michigan game go on sale Sept. 29.
Published: Jul. 6, 2021 at 9:46 AM EDT
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EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Season tickets for Michigan State University football games went on sale Tuesday.

The upcoming season will be the first time fans are allowed at games since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

“It’s good feeling, it’s always great to be back,” said Mike Stewart, Spartan season ticket holder.

Stewart has been one of MSU’S 60,000 season ticket holders since 1988.

He said the energy coming into Spartan Stadium this season is like nothing else.

“It’s always a thrill. All the excitement that goes with it. Having the kids back in the stadium and make it exciting, the fans. I think everyone is ready to get out,” said Stewart.

He said he missed being in the stands last season.

“I think it’s just the whole atmosphere of Saturdays. Tailgating, being with friends, seeing friends that sit around you that you only see six or seven times a year but you know their names,” said Stewart.

For Stewart, the most important part of being back is seeing the action on the field in person.

“It will be an interesting year. I don’t think anyone knows what to expect from this team. They’re young, all these transfers that’ve come in so I think it’s going to be a wait and see,” said Stewart.

Season tickets for five of the six home games are $294 each.

People who graduated from MSU within the last two years get a discount.

Individual tickets go on sale August 11.

Tickets for the game against Michigan at Spartan Stadium go on sale September 29.

You can contact the MSU Athletics ticket office to buy tickets.

MSU Football Home Schedule

  • Sept. 11 Youngstown State
  • Sept. 25 Nebraska
  • Oct. 2 Western Kentucky (Homecoming)
  • Oct. 30 Michigan
  • Nov. 13 Maryland
  • Nov. 27 Penn State

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