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Spring Stadium

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Spring Stadium
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Symbol of the ARMS series.
Spring Stadium in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Universe ARMS
Appears in Ultimate
Home stage to Min Min
Availability Downloadable
Crate type Futuristic
Maximum players 8
Bolded tracks must be unlocked
Ultimate ARMS series music
Main: ARMS Grand Prix Official Theme Song
Alternate: Spring Stadium
Tournament legality
Ultimate Singles: Almost always Banned
Doubles: Almost always Banned
Article on ARMS Institute Spring Stadium

Spring Stadium (スプリングスタジアム, Spring Stadium) is a downloadable stage for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It is bundled with Min Min in Challenger Pack 6, which is also part of the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 and was released on June 29, 2020.

Stage overview[edit]

This stage is set on a flat, floating hard platform in the middle of an arena-like stadium with a single soft platform floating above it. On both edges of the main platform are trampolines that occasionally appear, and the floating platform will also occasionally become a trampoline. If a fighter jumps while standing on a trampoline, they will launch upward with intangibility upon startup (frames 4-9) and deal damage to any opponent in the way (ranging from 8% to 21%; damage increases the earlier the hitbox connects). Small trampolines will also occasionally appear beside the main platform that will automatically launch fighters upward when landed upon. Trampolines can be jumped off of without the high bounce by short hopping. Items can bounce off of active trampolines. There are also two arches above the stage that act as ceilings. Uniquely, the arches are only solid on the bottom sides; therefore, fighters launched above the ceilings are able to fall back through. If items are turned on, ARMS Drones will occasionally carry items onto the stage.

The background consists of a cheering audience of both Spring Man fans and Min Min fans dressed in Smash Bros.-themed t-shirts, as well as a screen display. This display shows off visuals representing every playable character in ARMS.

Ω form and Battlefield form[edit]

The main platform of the Ω form and Battlefield form is identical to how it appears in the normal form; however, it is resized and reshaped to match Final Destination and Battlefield, respectively. The trampolines on both ledges are also absent. The three soft platforms of the Battlefield form resemble the floating soft platform of the normal form and do not become trampolines. The ceilings above the stage are removed, as well as the other arches in the background. The occasional trampolines that appear to the side of the stage also do not appear.

Hazards off[edit]

With hazards off, the trampolines on the stage never activate. The small floating trampolines on either side do not appear, and neither do ARMS Drones. The arches that act as ceilings are still present.


Spring Stadium as it originally appeared in ARMS.

Spring Stadium is a stage in ARMS that is owned and operated by the Spring Gym, and it is the home stage of Spring Man. In ARMS, Spring Stadium is a square, mostly flat stage with trampolines along the perimeter that can be used to jump on for height and bounce opponents off of. In Ultimate, the overall design of Spring Stadium is mostly retained; however, rather than being set on the ground, the stage is set on a floating platform in the middle of the arena with trampolines on the edges that fighters can use to jump off of.

In ARMS, if items are turned on, drones will randomly spawn carrying items that either deal damage to opponents or heal the user. In Ultimate, these drones also randomly spawn carrying items if items are on.

Tournament legality[edit]

Spring Stadium has often been banned in tournaments due to the ceiling arches that can be teched off of; they can cause longer survivability and interrupt combos, and are not disabled when stage hazards are turned off. Despite this, it has seen some rare usage in online tournaments, as it has a fairly neutral layout.

Update history[edit]

Spring Man's display on the billboard with Springtron's logo, prior to the 8.1.0 update.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 8.1.0

  • The display for Spring Man on Spring Stadium's electronic billboard now properly shows his "S" logo, fixing an error with the stage on launch where it mistakenly used Springtron's "T" logo instead.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スプリングスタジアム Spring Stadium
UK English Spring Stadium
France French Stade Spring Spring Stadium
Germany German Spring-Stadion Spring Stadium
Spain Spanish (PAL) Estadio muelle Spring Stadium
Mexico Spanish (NTSC) Estadio resorte Spring Stadium
Italy Italian Stadio Boing Boing Stadium
China Chinese (Simplified) 弹簧竞技场 Spring Stadium
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 彈簧競技場 Spring Stadium
South Korea Korean 스프링 스타디움 Spring Stadium
Netherlands Dutch Springstadion Spring Stadium
Russia Russian Спринг-Стадион Spring Stadium


  • Spring Stadium is one of four stages in the Super Smash Bros. series to originate from a fighting game other than Smash itself, with the others being Suzaku Castle, King of Fighters Stadium, and Mishima Dojo.
  • Although Min Min is a fighter and Spring Man is not, the stage is the home stage of the latter. Min Min's home stage in ARMS is Ramen Bowl.
  • The Screw Attack will not spawn here, likely due to the trampolines.
  • The Assist Trophies that can't be summoned are Arcade Bunny, Devil, and Moon. Additionally, Lunala can't be summoned.
  • Spring Stadium is the only DLC stage that uses a Crate design aside from the Normal one, being the Futuristic design.
  • Rarely, the Beam Sword will appear slanted at a 45 degree angle on the ground if it bounces off a trampoline and onto normal ground.