Denmark, the top seeds in both the men's and women's competitions, secured both titles on the final day of the European Team Badminton Championships at Lievin in France.
The first final of the day at the Arena Stade Couvert was the women's team with Denmark up against fourth seeds Germany.
The Germans won the first tie of the encounter, a singles match, with Yvonne Li overcoming Julie Dawall Jakobsen 19-21, 24-22, 21-16.
Next up it was the first doubles encounter, with the Danish pair of Alexandra Boje and Mette Poulsen earning a narrow 22-24, 21-16, 21-19 win against Linda Efler and Isabel Herttrich, in a contest that lasted for 80 minutes, to level the tie at 1-1.
The Danes took control of the tie in match three with Line Christophersen winning a singles match in straight sets 21-14, 21-11 against Fabienne Deprez.
Victory was sealed in match four, the second doubles encounter, with Maiken Fruergaard and Amalie Magelund coming from a set down to win 19-21, 21-17, 21-12 against Stine Kuspert and Kilasu Ostermeyer and seal the first part of the Danish double.
It was now over to Denmark's men to try and replicate the success of their female counterparts against sixth seeds The Netherlands.
Match one was a singles encounter and it saw Viktor Axelsen overcome Mark Caljouw 21-6, 21-16.
The second match was a doubles encounter and it was again a straight sets win for Denmark as Kim Astrup and Anders Skaarup Rasmussen triumphed 21-13, 21-11 against Jelle Maas and Robin Tabeling.
It was then all eyes on Anders Antonsen who could seal the tie by winning match three, and he delivered victory for his country beating Joran Kweekel 21-11, 21-14.
It was a comprehensive victory for Denmark's men as they won the tie without dropping a set, as they did in yesterday's semi-final, and sealed the win in under two hours of playing time.