After Tasmania's landmark victory over Queensland, representative football will be even bigger in 2024.
The Queenslanders will be looking for revenge in their home state on June 22 before UTAS Stadium hosts a clash against a team made up of AFL Sydney and AFL Canberra players on July 20.
UTAS Stadium last hosted a state representative football clash in 2019, with a men's under-25 match played against Victoria Metro.
Tasmania's men's side will be searching for a new coach, however, with Maverick Weller stepping down from the role in order to focus on his Tasmania Devils junior commitments.
Head of AFL Tasmania Damian Gill thanked Weller for his efforts and said it was "brilliant" to have the two representative matches unveiled.
"We are grateful for the time and energy Maverick Weller gave the coaching role - we loved having him as coach, but we understand his decision and ultimately it presents an opportunity for another person to get the honour of coaching Tasmania's men's side," he said.
"Building on the success of this year it will be special for our women and men to test themselves against the best from both Queensland and Sydney/Canberra.
"I know our women and men involved this year loved the experience, and the best players from across Tasmania will need little encouragement to pull on the map once more in 2024."
With women's coach Deb Reynolds continuing in the role, Gill elaborated on what he feels is required from a representative coach.
"Being able to bring everyone together from different clubs, different corners of the state to pull on that jumper for those two days next year and play the Tasmanian way, that's what we'll be looking for from the coach," Gill said.
"We only put our the release this morning and we've already had a couple reach out, so it's a coveted role.
"Over the many years that we've seen representative footy out of Tasmania, people have loved taking on that coaching role so I'm sure we'll get someone that's really capable and does the job well, just like Mav did this year."
The Tasmanian State League will have a competition bye for both representative fixtures, while AFL Tasmania is working with the NTFA and other competitions on the potential for competition byes to maximise support for the home fixture in Launceston.