San Jose State Spartans Tickets for Sale

The stadium was the site of two firsts in 2000. The Spartan football team beat a top-10 ranked team at home for the first time when San Jose State upset #9 and previously unbeaten TCU, 27-24, on November 4. The inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic matched Air Force and Fresno State. This year's post-season bowl is scheduled for December 31 in Spartan Stadium and matches a Western Athletic Conference team against an at-large opponent.

The largest attendance at a San Jose State home football game was a 31,218 sellout crowd on November 17, 1990, against Fresno State. The largest crowd to attend any type of event in the stadium was an estimated gathering of 37,000 ZZ Topp music concert.

Fight Song

Fight on for dear old San Jose State
Fight on for victory!
We are with you in every way
No matter what the price may be!
Onward for Sparta noble and true
Fight hard in everything you do!
And so we'll Fight! (RAH!) Win! (RAH!)
March onward down the field and we will win the day!
Spartan Stadium is home to the San Jose State football team and the men's and women's soccer teams. The football team has played its home games in the stadium since 1933. The Spartans won the first football game played in the stadium, 44-6, over San Francisco State on October 7. Since then, the Spartans have played 307 games over 63 seasons in this grass-field facility. The team's 100th win in Spartan Stadium came on October 21, 1968, as San Jose State defeated New Mexico, 52-14. SJSU's home field record is 190-100-17 entering the 2001 season.

Spartan Stadium currently seats 30,456 for football and soccer. Every seat puts the spectator either close or right on top of the action. Two stadium expansions and renovations in the 1980's increased the seating capacity from 18,000 to over 30,000.

The multi-purpose facility is the site of the school's annual commencement ceremonies. Concerts, professional and collegiate soccer, religious convocations, band competitions and high school football games take place at Spartan Stadium. The 1999 Women's World Cup and the 1999 NCAA Women's College Cup attracted record-setting crowds.