Michigan Football Spring Game Information
We’ve known Michigan was going to host their spring game on April 2 for a while, but just today we found out what it would be about. Michigan’s full statement is below.
The University of Michigan Football Program will host the Maize and Blue Spring Game presented by DTE MIGreenPower on Saturday, April 2 at Michigan Stadium. The scrum is free for all fans, with Wolverines entering the field around 11:30 a.m. to begin warm-ups and drills. Michigan Stadium’s gates will open at 11 a.m.
Big Ten Network will televise practice and scrimmage beginning at 12 p.m. LEARFIELD’s Michigan Sports Network will broadcast the game on WXYT Radio — 97.1 FM, The Ticket in Detroit — beginning at 11:45 a.m.
Scrimmage is one of 15 practices allowed by NCAA rules. It is subject to change or cancellation due to adverse weather conditions before or during the session.
The typical list of prohibited items will be strictly enforced, with no bags allowed in the stadium for training. All participants and articles are subject to research. Additionally, there will be bag checks starting at 11 a.m. in the South Concourse of the Crisler Center.
Here is the game day information for the spring football game:
The grounds surrounding Michigan Stadium that are owned and operated by the University of Michigan will be free and open to the public beginning at 7 a.m.
A limited number of places for the disabled will be available (free of charge) in lot SC-6.
Parking at Pioneer High School
The school district will charge $30 for parking only; no tailgating, no RVs are allowed in lots. Fans can reserve a parking space at https://www.michigangamedayparking.com/2022-football-schedule
Restrooms and Concessions
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Various restrooms, except those in the upper concourses, will be open and various concession stands around the concourse will be available to fans.
Michigan Athletic’s official apparel supplier, M-Den, will have three (3) stores located inside Michigan Stadium open for fans to purchase merchandise. Stores are located in the North End (Gate 10), South End (Gate 4) and the main M-Den store in Crisler Center (Gate 2). Additionally, M-Den will have a tent at the corner of Stadium Boulevard and Main Street.
Big Ten Network Coverage
The Big Ten Network will televise the spring game starting at 12 p.m. Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play) and former Wolverine All-American tight end Jake Butt (color) will call the action from the press box.
LEARFIELD Michigan Sports Network
LEARFIELD’s Michigan Sports Network will broadcast the spring game live on WXYT Radio — 97.1 FM, The Ticket in Detroit — beginning at 11:45 a.m. Doug Karsch (play-by-play) and Jon Jansen (color analyst) will make their debut aired together on the network.
Highlights and interviews
The Athletic Department will provide comprehensive coverage and interviews with members of the Football Program following the Spring Game on MGoBlue.com and Football Social and Digital Channels.
Sporting Events at the Ross Athletic Campus
Two more sporting events will take place on the Ross Athletic Campus on Saturday April 2. The men’s lacrosse team will host Maryland in their military appreciation game at UM Lacrosse Stadium beginning at noon ET. The baseball team will face Iowa in the second of a three-game series beginning at 2 p.m. at Ray Fisher Stadium.
New season tickets
Tickets for the new 2022 season for Michigan football are currently available. Fans contribute $160 to the Football Season Ticket List have the option to purchase available subscriptions. For more information on subscriptions, including benefits, future times and deadlines, visit our subscription page (https://mgoblue.com/sports/2021/1/29/football-season-tickets. aspx).