by Simon Daish
Dimitrij Ovtcharov, Simon Gauzy and Han Ying are just some of the star players you could be watching live at the tournament with up to 16 courts featuring action across the five-day event.
Children aged under 14 years can attend the opening two days of the European Championships free of charge, with under 14s paying a fee of just €5 for each of the remaining three days.
The day ticket prices for people aged 14 and above range from €18 to €40 while tickets for the entire event can be purchased from €110.
VIP seating is also available for Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September with tickets being sold for €135 for each day.
Austria and Germany will be looking to defend the respective Men’s Championship Division and Women’s Championship Division titles, while there will also be Challenge Division and Standard Division action taking place at the d’Coque Arena.
Which teams will rise above the rest at the European Championships? Witness the drama unfold live in Luxembourg by booking your tickets now.