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2018 Football Reunion Weekend

2018 MSUFPA Football Reunion Weekend

The MSUFPA will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Big Ten Championship, with the help from the Varsity S Club, at this year’s reunion weekend. Each MSUFPA member who registers for this event will have access to (2) complimentary tickets vs Purdue (with the option to purchase additional tickets at $50.00 per ticket) and (1) pre-game sideline pass. This team will be recognized by the university at the first time out at the game. For each MSUFPA member, you MUST register for the tailgate party to receive your (2) complimentary game tickets. The MSUFPA has additionally reserved a block of hotel rooms at (4) local hotels.

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*Times will be announced as the event approaches*


Catered by: Spartan Hall of Fame Cafe

  • Grilled Jumbo Hot Dogs w/ fixings
  • Meat Balls Marinara
  • Bourbon Chicken w/ rice
  • Garden Vegetable Trays w/ ranch dip
  • Potato Salad
  • Potato Chips
  • Assorted Cookies
  • Pop & Water

FRIDAY NIGHT: An informal gathering at Reno’s East, located at 1310 Abbott Road in East Lansing from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. There will be a cash bar, along with access to their full menu for those that would like a sit down dinner. To register for this event, please email with the names attending.

NOTE: The MSU vs Purdue football game currently does not have a kickoff time. We will be informing you via email on official times as the event approaches.

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