New registration conditions for .EU Domains

25.06.2019 | von Susanne

With just under 4 million registrations, the top-level domain .EU is one of the most widely used country code TLDs. So far only EU citizens living in the EU had the right to register such an .EU domain.

However, since the adoption of the first .EU regulation 16 years ago, there have been some changes in online environment. Therefore, the rules governing the top-level-domain .EU have now been revised and published in the European Parliament and Council Regulation 2019/517 in the Official Journal of the EU on 29 March 2019. Thus, the group of persons entitled to register .EU domains will be extended to Union citizens, irrespective of their place of residence and to natural persons, who are not Union citizens but have their residence in a EU Member State.

What does that mean in concrete terms?

As of October 19th, 2019 the following persons will be allowed to register .EU domains:

  • EU citizens resident in the EU
  • EU citizens resident outside the EU
  • Non-EU citizens resident within the EU

These changes of the registration guidelines makes the coveted .EU domains even easier to register in the future.


If you are interested in registering an .EU domain take a closer look at our plan „Domain Pro v2 (EU)“:

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