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.EU is the official domain extension of the European Union. Regardless of the European Union not being an actual country, the organization got its own ccTLD in 2005.

Individuals and organizations living and operating in the European Union, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein can take advantage and register a .EU domain name, so their website is accessible through a steadily growing and constantly evolving ccTLD.

Get your .EU domain name now and bring your European website closer to the wide international audience.


No. All .EU domains are reserved exclusively for individuals and organizations which meet the General Eligibility Criteria outlined in Section 1 of the PDF document.

Private registration is not available for .EU domain names, but the public WHOIS information does not disclose any sensitive personal information other than the email addresses of the domain contacts, according to the latest GDPR regulations.

We do not offer a free DNS service for .EU domain names. If you have a hosting account with us, and your domain is using our name servers, then you can manage its DNS records through the DNS Manager section of your hosting Control Panel. Otherwise, to use the domain name, you should point it to another host or DNS service provider, so you can manage the domain's DNS records there.

The minimum registration period is 1 year, and the maximum registration period is 10 years.

The .EU domain name is registered as soon as we receive your payment. This usually happens almost instantly.


To avoid any downtime for all domain-related services, we encourage you to renew your domain name before its expiration date.

If your domain name expires, you have up to 40 days to renew it at the standard rate. After this period, the domain name will be re-released for general registration on a first-come, first-served basis. It is highly recommended that you renew on time to avoid losing your domain name.


Yes, but there are certain requirements. The domain should be unlocked at its current registrar, and you need to obtain the domain’s EPP/Auth code to begin a transfer. An authorisation code is valid for 40 days from the date of issue or until it is used, whichever comes first.

You can submit a support ticket through our ticketing system to request that we unlock your domain name and send its EPP/Auth code to you. An authorisation code is valid for 40 days from the date of issue or until it is used, whichever comes first.