The first ever Mitel & MLB Present London Series will be held on 29 and 30 June 2019.
The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will play a two-game series as part of the regular season schedule in the UK next summer with the events marking the first MLB games to be played in Europe.
The Boston Red Sox will be the home team for both games at the end of June, when the iconic London Stadium will be transformed into a baseball configuration with a crowd capacity of 57,000.
General sale tickets are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk
If you have purchased tickets for this event, and have selected PRINT AT HOME delivery, please be aware that your tickets are not yet available for you to print. As soon as your tickets are available to print, Ticketmaster will contact you by email.
Accessible tickets can be booked on-line via www.ticketmaster.co.uk or over the phone on 0800 988 4440 or (0044 161 637 2697 overseas). Please note, all tickets subject to availability.
By purchasing an Accessible ticket you confirm that you or a member of your party require Accessible tickets. Proof of disability, Personal Independence Payment, Disability Living Allowance Carers/Attendance Allowance/Nimbus Access Credibility Card must be shown on arrival.
If any fans, with disabilities, require additional assistance there is an accessibility hut opposite the Aquatic Centre, on the main concourse, on the approach to London Stadium.
Tickets will vary in price depending on where you choose to sit. Single tickets range from £30 to £385.
Please note: There is a ticket limit of 8 tickets per person and per credit card on this event
Please adhere to published ticket limits. Persons who exceed the ticket limit may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice by Ticketmaster in its discretion. This includes orders associated with the same name, e-mail address, billing address, credit card number or other information.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+ in all areas.
Fans under the age of 16 on the day of the game will be eligible for a children’s ticket. Children’s tickets are only available in certain price categories. In other price categories, children will be required to purchase a full price ticket. Anyone entering the venue must be in possession of a valid ticket regardless of age; there are no ‘babes in arms’ or ‘lap’ tickets.
Once you've made your booking you will receive your booking reference number to give us if you have any queries about your booking. You will also get a booking confirmation emailed to the email address you gave us at the time of booking, but this can take up to 72 hours to receive.
Please make sure that your e-mail address is up to date before making a purchase.
When you are booking we need to take the address that your card is registered to for our security checks. However, we can change the address to a non-billing address 72 hours after the booking has been made.
If your address has been changed with the card issuer already and you've just entered the incorrect address, just let us know as soon as you realise the error and we'll correct it for you.
The London Stadium precinct will open 4 hours before the first pitch, so that’s 2.10pm on Saturday and 11.10am on Sunday.
The first pitch is 6.10pm BST (local London time) on Saturday, June 29 and 3.10pm BST (local London time) on Sunday, June 30
A baseball game takes on average around 3 hours, so it should be finished by 10pm GMT on Saturday and 7.30pm GMT on Sunday.
To plan your visit, head to www.london-stadium.com/plan-your-visit/gettinghere
There will be no general parking at the stadium itself. There will be limited parking for blue badge holders which is available direct from the London Stadium.
Check the London Series website (mlb.com/london-series) closer to the start of the series for up-to-date information on our bags policy. Please note there will be security checks in place at the stadium.