Launceston's Silverdome will host another two Super Netball fixtures in 2021.
The season fixture was released on Friday, with the Tasmania-affiliated Collingwood Magpies set to visit the state for a round 13 clash against NSW Swifts at 1pm on Sunday, August 1.
The Magpies' second Silverdome fixture is yet to be confirmed, but looks likely to be either a July clash with Giants or a May meeting with either the Queensland Firebirds or Adelaide Thunderbirds.
Both games will be broadcast on free-to-air television.
The fixtures, which are part of a $1.75 million, three-year deal with the state government, come as the state moves towards securing its own Super Netball team by 2023.
Netball Tasmania announced its intentions to join the national competition last month, with chief executive Aaron Pidgeon saying a team could be run for $3 million a year.
Netball Tasmania hopes to secure $1 million a year of state government funding, which equates to an extra $400,000 a year on Tasmania's deal with Collingwood.
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"We're expecting a business case - it's being handled by the Minister for Sport but I'm sure it'll end up on my desk at some stage," Premier Peter Gutwein said.
"In terms of Tasmania on the national stage I think I've made my position very clear regarding the AFL, the A-League and we've delivered in terms of the NBL.
"I think Super Netball is the next logical step."