The best men team was Belgium (Julien Watrin, Dylan Borlée, Jonathan Borlée oraz Kévin Borlée), with the time of 3:06.27. Compared to the European Indoor Championships Belgrade 2017 where they took second place, the Belgians improved theirselves. In the Emirates Arena second place was taken by Spain and third by France. In 2018 Belgium was third at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham and first at European Championships in Berlin. Last year Belgians took the bronze medals at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar. The Borléebrothers represent the strength of team and they are supported by Jonathan Sacoor (WIC, EC and WC), Julien Watrin (EIC, EC and WC) and Robin Vanderbemden (EIC, EC and WC).
|European indoor records|
|3:23.37||Russia (Y. Gushchina, O. Kotlyarova, O. Zaytseva, O. Krasnomovets)||28.01.2006 Glasgow|
|3:01.77||Poland (K. Zalewski, R. Omelko, Ł. Krawczuk, J. Krzewina)||4.03.2018 Birmingham|
|Indoor championships records|
|3:27.56||Great Britain (E. Child, S. Cox, C. Ohuruogu, P. Shakes-Drayton)||3.03.2013 Göteborg|
|3:02.87||Belgium (J. Watrin, D. Borlée, J. Borlée, K. Borlée)||8.03.2015 Prague|