Launceston will host next year's under-18 national hockey championships as part of a five-year agreement with Hockey Australia.
Having agreed to the deal in 2015, the national body confirmed Northern Hockey Centre's hosting rights on Wednesday, while also locking in Hobart for the 2020 under-13 championships.
Under-18 men's and women's teams will fight for national honours at St Leonards between April 16 and 24, while the under-13 tournament will take place at the Tasmanian Hockey Centre from September 29 to October 5.
Hockey Australia chief executive Matt Favier said both Tasmanian venues had proven first-class in recent national championship events.
"We're delighted to confirm Launceston and Hobart as the host venues for these two important under-age Australian championships thanks to our ongoing partnership with Events Tasmania," Favier said.
"Both venues have proved to be excellent hosts with recent Australian championships and we're excited to return.
"The under-13s Australian carnival and under-18s Australian championships are significant events for exposing our next generation of hockey talent to the top level on their pathway to one day representing our national teams."
Premier Will Hodgman said the two national championship events would again put Tasmania in the spotlight.
"The Tasmanian government welcomes Hockey Australia's Australian championships to Hobart and Launceston," he said.
"Tasmania is the place to be, so we welcome our nation's best junior players coming here.
"Tasmania is a strong hockey state, and my government is proud to have supported the championships over the past five years with a $495,000 investment."
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