Major League Baseball said it was also "committed to playing in London in 2020 and our intention is to establish a long-term footprint in the city".
The league announced today that a pair of games will be playing in Europe's largest city next summer and it'll be a great matchup as well.
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that the Yankees and Red Sox will play two regular-season games at the London Stadium - which played host to the athletics and opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympics - on June 29 and 30, 2019. Major League Baseball has gone to that well too many times.
Boston will be the home team for both of MLB's first games in Europe on June 29 and 30, 2019.
Baseball is following in the footsteps of American football, which has regularly held National Football League (NFL) games in England since 2007. "So fans can expect intense competition during what will surely be a great few days in London".More news: Childish Gambino dances among violence in 'This is America' video
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Red Sox principal owner John Henry, who also owns Liverpool FC of the Premier League, said that Boston and NY have been talking about playing overseas for some time.
Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred joined Khan at the Regent Street Cinema in London to announce the series. There were significant challenges that had to be overcome.
"We are bringing you one of the best rivalries in baseball", MLS Commissioner Rob Manfred said on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ Time). "I can't wait to hear someone shout "play ball" at London Stadium", he added.
However, the stadium was not among the grounds for 2019 Cricket World Cup when the host venues were named last month.
The British capital hosted its first regular-season National Basketball Association game in 2011.
"To have the opportunity to participate in this historic baseball endeavor and showcase our game in London is something our entire organization is thrilled to be a part of", said New York Yankees Managing General Partner Hal Steinbrenner.