The FIH, field hockey's governing body, has awarded Spain and New Zealand hosting rights to the final stages of the women's Hockey World League, the four-round, two-year competition that serves as a qualifying competition for both the sport’s World Cup and the Olympic Games.
Valencia in Spain will stage the semi-finals of the World League in June 2015, which will act as a qualifying event for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The eight-team World League finals will take place in Auckland, New Zealand in November 2017.
The inaugural women's Hockey World League was played in Argentina late last year, and was won by the Netherlands.
The FIH has also awarded the men’s Champions Trophy in 2018 to the Netherlands.
The biennial event, which involves the world's leading six teams, will be played at the Wagener Stadium in Amsterdam in June and July of that year. The same venue hosted the women’s Champions Trophy in 2011 and the European Championships in 2009.
The Champions Trophy will the first major FIH event to be played in the Netherlands after this year's World Cup, which will be staged in The Hague between June 2 and 15.
The 2014 and 2016 Champions Trophies will take place in India and Argentina, respectively.