The answer is the 2019 World Cup, which will be hosted in Liverpool, and the 2022 Commonwealths, which will also be in England when Birmingham hosts the Games.
England's netballers wrote themselves into the history books on Sunday when a dramatic win against favourites Australia in the final moments of the game saw them claim their first ever Commonwealth Games gold medal. We just live, eat and breathe sport.
Incredibly, just as it had in their semi-final victory over Jamaica, it came down to one shot and one second - the final second of a pulsating 60-minute match that made light of predictions that reigning world and Commonwealth champions Australia would retain their title easily.
She described the win as the best day of her life. Whichever way you looked at it, England were just not meant to win.
"These games are always going to be tight - especially in the medal matches so our mental skills, our resilience that we've cultivated as a squad to stick in those games is what's special, and that's credit to the whole group and the work that we've done", said Mitchell.More news: VAR calls players back from dressing room for penalty
Despite a cavernous gap in finances and coverage afforded to both sides, for 60 minutes at the Coomera Indoor Sports Centre on Sunday they were equals. Australia led by one after the first quarter, but England had leveled to 25-25 by half-time. She missed. Was it all over?
Kiwi Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday, meanwhile, that hosting a future Commonwealth Games event is "not now on the table".
"It's my dream come true", said Neville.
The team's coach since 2015, Tracey Neville, said the win was a "dream come true".
However, by nightfall he was on Sky News telling another former Queensland premier Campbell Newman Australia was "bigger than this".More news: African leaders urged to emulate, sustain Winnie Mandela's legacies
"I hope this lifts our profile, we know participation is high but we need more people to know what we are doing".
The question now is what effect this victory will have on netball in England.
Team England's final haul of 45 golds was seven fewer than the last Games in Edinburgh but only one shy of their achievement in Auckland 28 years ago - by far their best Commonwealths outside the British Isles. "We've got a World Cup in our back yard and it's time to cement what we've achieved here".
"We've been trying so long to break the curse of bronze". I was part of that and I acknowledge it.
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