Michigan State Spartans Tickets

The Michigan State Spartans comprises of the official sports and athletic teams which represent the Michigan State University in their NCAA Division I-A, Big Ten Conference sports matches. The school’s program includes twenty five varsity sports team, divided between twelve teams for men and thirteen teams for women. It is one of the most successful college teams in the country and numerous Spartan alumni have gone on to play for various professional teams in the country. To catch the Spartan’s playing live, buy Michigan State Spartans tickets now and catch the sports stars of tomorrow, live in action today.


Michigan State Spartans




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The school’s major sports include basketball, football, hockey, cross country, baseball, softball, soccer, boxing, tennis, wrestling and golf. The various teams have been quite successful in their respective fields and the Spartans have won conference titles or national titles in almost all of these sports.


The Spartans’ men’s basketball team represents them in the Big Ten Conference of the NCAA Division 1. The team’s home arena is the Breslin Student Events Center and since 1995, they have been coached by Tom Izzo, who has guided the team through a long period of success.

The Spartans basketball team has been quite successful over the years and has a legacy it can be proud of. They have won thirteen Big Ten Championships and two NCAA Championships. The team has been selected for sixteen consecutive NCAA tournament bids which is the third longest streak. The Spartans have made an impressive twenty seven appearances in NCAA tournaments and have made it to the Final Four stage eight times in its history, with back to back appearances in 2009 and 2010.

Spartan alumni currently playing or having formerly played in the NBA include some great names like Maurice Ager, Alan Anderson, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Mateen Cleaves, Johnny Green and Paul Davis, Terry Furlow and Jamie Feick to name a few.


The Spartans football team also plays as a member of the Big Ten in the NCAA Division 1 Football Bowl Subdivision level. The team has been quite successful over its long history, and has won six national championships, two Michigan intercollegiate Athletic Association championships and seven Big Ten Conference Championships.

The team’s home arena is the famous Spartan Stadium, which has been their home for the past ninety years. It is the sixth largest Big Ten stadium and has a seating capacity of over seventy five thousand. The team’s traditional arch rival is the University of Michigan football team against whom they compete for the annual Paul Bunyan Trophy.


The Spartans ice hockey team is the only Spartan team which does not participate in the Big Ten conference, since the Big Ten does not cover Division I hockey. Instead the team participates in the Center Collegiate Hockey Association, making it the third Big Ten school to do so. The team plays its home matches at the Munn Ice Arena.

The ice hockey team, just like the football and basketball teams, has also been very successful. The team has won seven CCHA regular season championships and has eleven CCHA tournament titles to its name. The team has also won three national titles, winning the last one in 2007.

Apart from the three main sports, the Spartans have been highly successful in other sports as well, having won titles in almost all of the sports they participate in. To catch the Spartans live in action, buy tickets to their games now and enjoy quality sports action from the sports stars of the future.


Interesting Facts:

  • The 1979 Basketball National Championship match between the Michigan State University Spartans and the then undefeated Indiana State Sycamores, was touted as Magic vs. Bird, for the teams were led by future NBA stars, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.
  • Michigan State and Kentucky played the most-attended college basketball game in history on December 13, 2003. The Basketbowl, as it is called was watched by 78,129 people at Ford Field.
  • The team’s mascot is Sparty, a Spartan warrior.
  • Spartan Stadium, home of the football team, is so loud that Stanley Kubrick in his film, Spartacus (1960), used a recording of the crowd noise.
  • In 1966 Michigan State and Notre Dame contested in the football game which would go on to be called the “The Game of the Century". It remains one of the greatest games in college football history. The game ended in a 10–10 draw, with both schools recording national championships.