- Address: 1 Spartan Way, East Lansing
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 75,000
- Opened: 6 October 1923
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Michigan State Spartans (American football)
Extra stadium info – Spartan Stadium
The venue opened in 1923 with a capacity of 14,000. It is owned by the Michigan State University. The stadium was known as the Macklin Stadium before it became the Spartan Stadium. World famous artists performed at the venue. In 2001, the Spartan Stadium hosted an ice hockey match between the Michigan State Spartans and the Michigan Wolverines. 74,000 people attended the game, which became a world record for an ice hockey match for several years.
The American football team of the Michigan State Spartans use the Spartan Stadium for home games. They won various conference titles. Kirk Daniel Cousins, who became one of the highest-paid American football players in the world, is one of the former players of the Michigan State Spartans. He was born in Illinois in 1988. Kirk Daniel Cousins made his NFL debut for the club which is currently known as the Washington Commanders. He faced the Atlanta Falcons in his first NFL match.