The dates have been confirmed for the International Netball Super Series which will involve New Zealand, Australia, England and South Africa.
The inaugural event will be hosted by New Zealand and Australia in August.
Auckland's Vector Arena will host the opening night double-header on August 27th when the Silver Ferns play England and Australia play South Africa.
The Series will then head to Claudelands Arena in Hamilton on August 31st, where the Silver Ferns will face South Africa.
On the same day at an Australian venue still to be confirmed, the Diamonds will play England.
A double header at a yet to be determined Australian venue will provide the finale on September 4th when New Zealand play Australia.
England will play the SPAR Proteas, before the world's two best teams - Australian Diamonds and Silver Ferns - take the court.
Netball New Zealand Chief Executive Hilary Poole says the event will be a game charger for the sport.
"This is an exciting time for Netball. The International Netball Super Series, through the SANZEA partnership, is a ground breaking initiative and one that will excite Netball fans all around the world," Poole said.
"SANZEA's aim was to develop an event that provided world-class international competition on a regular basis and be another stepping stone towards building the depth of the game globally.
"Netball New Zealand is looking forward to working with our counterparts in Australia, South Africa and England to deliver a successful series."