WHO CAN REGISTER EU DOMAINS
To register a .eu domain names you must be one of the following:
undertakings having their registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the European Community;
organisations established within the European Community without prejudice to the application of national law;
natural persons resident within the European Community.
At the launch of .eu, there will be a sunrise period of 4 months during which only public bodies and those with recognised rights to a name (such as trademark holders) may register. You can read more about who may register during the sunrise period and the procedures to do so here.
Immediately after the sunrise period registration will open on a first come first served basis. Anyone who satisfies the geographical criteria set out above and is in compliance with the terms and conditions of registration may register a .eu name that is still available.
If you wish to register a domain name with a suffix other than .eu, please refer to the list of authorities responsible for other top-level domains.
EUregister.org will make every effort to successfully register your .EU domain name. Please note that submitting a .EU domain name application during firsts days does not guarantees a successful domain name registration.
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