This weekend baseball is taking over London as the MLB World Tour heads to London Stadium. 

As part of the London Series 2023, the event will see fans of St.Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs take over the stadium for a weekend of intense sports. 

The two clubs have had a historical rivalry for over 130 years with no signs of "losing its edge".

Ahead of the games at London Stadium, here is everything fans need to know as they dust of their baseball caps. 

When is MLB World Tour at London Stadium?

For a whole weekend in June, the normal home to football will become the host to baseball. 

The MLB World Tour takes place on Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25.

What time do doors open for MLB World Tour at London Stadium?

If you are heading to the matches and want to get to the stadium with plenty of time before the first pitch you will want to get there when the doors open.

On Saturday, doors will open at 3pm whilst on Sunday, doors will open at 12pm. 

What time is first pitch for MLB World Tour at London Stadium?

The first pitch on Saturday, June 24 will take place at 6.10pm and the first pitch on Sunday, June 25 will take place at 3.10pm at London Stadium.

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Are tickets still on sale for MLB World Tour at London Stadium?

If you didn't grab tickets for the matches then do not panic, as there are still plenty available. 

On Saturday, June 24, tickets start at £91.30 for adults aged over 16 years old and rise to £1,050 for sports bar premium ticket and package. 

On Sunday, June 25 there are also plenty of tickets on sale, with prices starting at £59.40 to £810 for hospitality tickets. 

How to watch MLB World Tour at London Stadium?

If you don't fancy heading to the stadium to watch the match, you are in luck. 

Both matches will be broadcast live on BT Sport. On Saturday the game will be shown from 5pm and on Sunday from 2pm.