2024 EUROPEAN MEN's & WOMEN's TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                              Łódź - Poland

      
 
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2020: 
Liévin (France)
2018:
Kazan (Russia)
2016: 
Kazan (Russia)
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2012:
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
2010: Warsaw (Poland)
2008: Almere (Netherlands)
2006: Thessaloniki (Greece)

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General Information
The European Men's & Women's Team Championships is played in week 7 in even years. The event officially crowns the best male and female national teams in Europe and at the same time works as the European qualification event towards the Thomas & Uber Cup Finals.

The 2024 event will be played in Łódź, Poland, from 14-18 February, in the Sport Arena Łódź.

For the first time the competition will be played with just the best 8 men's teams and the best 8 women's teams. Poland as hosts and Denmark as reigning championships in both categories are automatically qualified - the remaining 2x 6 teams are found via the qualification stage which is played in week 49, 2023.
 
Here you will be able download the relevant documents:

BUY TICKETS HERE 

Regulations  (NEW from 01/01/2023)

Invitation 2024 CLICK HERE
Accommodation form 2024 CLICK HERE
Accreditation form 2024 CLICK HERE
VISA form 2024 CLICK HERE
Practice form 2024 CLICK HERE


DRAWS FOR FINAL STAGE
As announced before the qualification stage, the seeding was made according to the 18 July 2023 World Ranking.

The draws for the final stage is conducted on 19 December 2023 using a 2-tier seeding as per the regulations.

The following teams are qualified - in seeding order:

Men
Denmark & France
Germany & England
Netherlands, Czech Republic, Poland & Ukraine 

Women

Denmark & Spain
Germany & France
Scotland, Netherlands, Türkiye & Poland 

QUALIFICATION STAGE
The seeding was made according to the 18 July 2023 World Ranking with a top-2 tier seeding.

The draws for the qualification stage were conducted on 24 July 2023.

The 6 highest ranked teams were placed, in ranking order, into Groups 1-6, while the teams ranked 7-12 were drawn into the 6 groups randomly. If drawn into Group 5 or 6, the second seeded team is placed at this first position in subgroup 2. The remaining teams were drawn into the 6 groups on random basis.

Men
Group 1 Results here 
Group 2 Results here 
Group 3 Results here 
Group 4 Results here 
Group 5 Results here 
Group 6 Results here 

Women

Group 1 Results here 
Group 2 Results here 
Group 3 Results here 
Group 4 Results here 
Group 5 Results here 
Group 6 Results here