All-solid-state batteries have received increasing attention because of their high safety aspect and high energy and power densities. However, the inferior solid-solid interfaces between solid electrolyte and active materials in electrode, which cause high interfacial resistance, reduce ion and electron transfer rate and limit battery performance. Recently, spark plasma sintering is emerging as a promising technique for fabricating solid electrolytes and composite-electrodes. Herein, this paper focuses on the overview of spark plasma sintering to fabricate solid electrolytes and composite-electrodes for all-solid-state batteries. In the end, future opportunities and challenges associated with SPS technique for all-solid-state batteries are described.