Michigan State Football
Jersey & Helmet Style

Green was changed to a brighter kelly green and a thin, black outline was added to everything. Green pants were reintroduced for the last away game.


  • Green helmet
  • Black outlined white center stripe
  • Black outlined Block S Logo on the right side
  • White facemask


  • Black outlined “MICHIGAN STATE” appears above the player numerals – font reminiscent of the 1965 & 1966 national championship teams
  • Black outlined player numerals on front
  • V-neck color and sleeve trim are the opposite as jersey colors and contain a black outline
  • Big Ten Conference logo patch located in the center of the V-neck
  • Black outlined stripe on the sleeves
  • Black outlined TV numbers on the side of the shoulders
  • Black outlined player last names on the back above the player numerals
  • Black outlined player numerals on back


  • White pants
  • Black outlined single green stripe down the leg
  • Same pants used for home and away games

1994 Mid-Season Changes

For the Michigan State vs. Penn State game on November 26, 1994 (59 – 31 Loss), Michigan State wore green pants with a black outlined white stripe.

Photography Credits: Masthead image is courtesy of The Tradition Continues – Spartan Football. Image of 1994 helmet is courtesy of Lansing State Journal. Image of 1994 jersey is courtesy of The Detroit Free Press. Image of 1994 mid-season changes is courtesy of The Big Ten Network. Spartan Jerseys claims no ownership to these images.

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