This will come four years after Ireland played for the first time in 2019.
The four-day tests will take place from 1-4 June
Ireland captain Balbirnie is keen to get going again. He played in 2019 against the English
"As a player, there's no doubt that Test cricket is the absolute pinnacle of our sport. We were fortunate to play a Test against England at Lord’s back in 2019 - which was a memorable occasion for players and fans alike - so the news that we will be returning to play at Lord’s next year is very welcome," he said.
— Cricket Ireland (@cricketireland) September 21, 2022
"That match against England in 2019 was the last Test we have played, so we are excited to be returning to play the red-ball game next year.
"It’s one of four Test matches we are scheduled to play in 2023, which is so important for such a relatively young squad. There is no better place to really learn, develop and test your game as in multi-day cricket."
As well as a three-day warm-up matches in May, which has yet to be finalised, Ireland will also play England in a three-game ODI series in September.