Who can register a .EU domain?

.EU is considered a country code top-level domain (ccTLD); however, unlike most ccTLDs, it serves the entire European Union (EU), which consists of 28 countries.

.EU domains are restricted to the following organizations or individuals:

  • An undertaking having their registered office, central administration, or principal place of business within the European Community; or,
  • An organization established anywhere within the European Community; or,
  • A natural person residing within the European Community.

In addition, you must have a mailing address in the EU for your domain Whois. This includes addresses in the following EU countries:

  • Austria (.AT)
  • Belgium (.BE)
  • Bulgaria (.BG)
  • Croatia (.HR)
  • Cyprus (.CY)
  • Czech Republic (.CZ)
  • Denmark (.DK)
  • Estonia (.EE)
  • Finland (.FI)
  • France (.FR)
  • Germany (.DE)
  • Greece (.GR)
  • Hungary (.HU)
  • Iceland (.IS)
  • Ireland (.IE)
  • Italy (.IT)
  • Latvia (.LV)
  • Lichtenstein (.LI)
  • Lithuania (.LT)
  • Luxemburg (.LU)
  • Malta (.MT)
  • Netherlands (.NL)
  • Norway (.NO)
  • Poland (.PL)
  • Portugal (.PT)
  • Romania (.RO)
  • Slovakia (.SK)
  • Slovenia (.SI)
  • Spain (.ES)
  • Sweden (.SE)

We try to keep this list as up-to-date as possible; however if we are missing a country that is part of the EU, that should also be acceptable to use for .EU registration.