.Club launched today… Did you get any .club domain names?

.Club general availability started today. .Club was and still is one of my favorite new gtlds but I was not able to register any so far. It seems that all the good one word .club domain names are reserved. I found yesterday that 6654 premium .club domain names are being sold at Sedo by the registry. Domains like country.club and golf.club are sold for 5 or 6 figures at Sedo. It kind of reminds me the launch of .sexy and .tattoo with the difference being that .club is backed up by Go Daddy and that it has spend a lot of money in marketing.

Did you get any .club domains in landrush or today in general availability?

Starting today, anyone can visit one of over 70 registrars around the globe, including, GoDaddy, Network SolutionsRegister.comName.com1and1United Domains and many more to register their very own .CLUB Web address. .CLUB domain names are sold at approximately $15 per year depending on the registrar.

The new “.CLUB” generic top-level domain name (gTLD) has already sold nearly $500,000 in premium names. Shaving.club launched as the “Netflix of luxury shaving products” and as a place where users can join and save up to 50% on the most popular razors, creams, brushes and more.

Here is the .club press release that was send out today:

While Lego.club, Ferarri.club, NewYorkYankees.club and many more brands have had a jump start on buying their new .CLUB web addresses, now anyone can buy and start their own .CLUB as “yourname.club” web addresses become available for immediate registration today, as announced by .CLUB Domains, LLC, the company formed to own and operate the new “.CLUB” domain extension.

Starting today, anyone can visit one of over 70 registrars around the globe, including, GoDaddy, Network SolutionsRegister.comName.com, 1and1United Domains and many more to register their very own .CLUB Web address to market a club, membership organization, affinity and loyalty program, fan club, social group or just to create a website to bring together people sharing a common interest or passion.

The new “.CLUB” generic top-level domain name (gTLD) is already one of the most successful new gTLDs to come to market, selling nearly $500,000 in premium names and registering new web addresses from a broad range of vertical industries across the globe, including high-profile sports teams, auto manufacturers, major consumer and luxury brands, private clubs and more. Now anyone can get a great .CLUB domain name on a first come, first served basis.

“The response for .CLUB web address has been incredible thus far, so we’re excited that the flood gates are now open and anyone can register and use their very own .CLUB website,” said Colin Campbell, CEO of .CLUB.   “Club has universal recognition and appeal all over the world, no matter what language or alphabet, so it’s the perfect domain to spark innovation and creativity around any community or passion.”

Shaving.club is one business that sees the value of a .CLUB name.  Touted as the “Netflix of luxury shaving products,” Shaving.club has launched as a place where users can join and save up to 50% on the most popular razors, creams, brushes and more.  “Having a .CLUB web address is an integral part of our business strategy as it instantly identifies us as a membership-focused organization, it’s easily remembered and very catchy from a marketing perspective,” said Lucas Webster, CEO and founder of Shaving.Club.  “We’re proud to be among the first to have a .CLUB web address and be a pioneer in this new Internet landscape.”

Whether you are an individual or a business, a group of two or two million, there’s a perfect .CLUB domain name waiting for you at a very reasonable price – approximately $15 per year depending on the registrar.  Visit your favorite registrar today or click here to find a complete list of .CLUB registrars.

About .Club Domains, LLC

Led by Internet entrepreneur Colin Campbell, whose prior successes include Tucows Interactive and Hostopia.com, .Club Domains, LLC was formed for the purpose of becoming the .CLUB gTLD registry.  Fully understanding the inherent marketing value of a .CLUB domain for any membership organization, .CLUB is also building a comprehensive social platform for club management.  .CLUB is a one-stop shop for clubs of all sizes to secure a great domain, grow club membership, improve member engagement and reduce management costs.  By combining an easy to use web services platform with a top level domain based on a globally recognized term, .CLUB is “the easiest way to find, join or start a club.”  More information and links to register .CLUB domains are available now at www.nic.club.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. I don’t care to belong to any club that will have me as a member ~ Groucho Marx.

  2. I just got one…
    It wasn’t easy!

  3. With all the marketing support, and big registration companies that supported them, especially Godaddy, I think anything less than 50K today would be a let down.

    I got 4 different emails from companies informing me today was the .club launch day, and to go get my .club.

    .club has already listed the names it feels end user worthy for sale on sedo, so really I do not want to waste my time, nor money picking thru a garage sale, I saw some others grab some silly names which were reaching to make sense, but the better term was already reserved by the registry. The .club has launched, and we will see how many registrations are going thru 1 week from now. There were many early registrations placed months ago on .club, many got X’ed out yesterday, as the names people wanted, the registry did not want to give up.

    Anyways, .club has now come, and in a few days will be gone, what’s next .works?

    • Robbie I don’t think it will get 50k today. Not with all the reserved domain names.

      There are going to be a lot of people going after that few reserved domains.
      I think that today would have been a good day to have an auction with 100 premium .club domains.
      That would have been great marketing with good domains on auction going to end users.
      Frustrated people will just move on…

      People are buying what seems to me like hacks and I don’t like hacks: bostonstrip.club

      • I agree as attractive as the imagination can make names like bostonstrip.club look, in the context of real businesses using them, it is not very likely. The true power of the gtld’s is domains such as Boston.Club etc.. but these are not to be seen unless, they are on sedo…

        The auction idea is a great one, and would have provided a great backdrop to to the launch, especially a $1 starting with no reserve, so buyers could get their teeth into them, and the ones who lost would probably go get a domain for the heck of it. I didn’t see much talk about .club other than the PR that the blogs, and registration companies were churning out. Like I said before I have seen many KeywordClub.com sitting from 1998-2001 registrations in domain investor portfolios unsold.

      • This .com domainer trend you are seeing applies to all new gtlds.

        I have even seen many nice .com domains that were registered in the past 3 years by HugeDomains.com that I would love to have instead of the new gtld. But there are some huge 2 word domains that are great. e.g. I just love my sports.marketing.

  4. I wanted to register some but gave up the idea at the end.

  5. The 6,000+ are all the good ones. The only ones left are those for suckers or actual end users with a club.

  6. studentsavings.club
    Like some other’s have said, I’m the proud owner of none of the new extensions.
    But i like to search and see what junk has been left.

  7. Here’s 10% of my list


  8. i got what i was looking for .. all low level, and i will try to sell them cheap .. I am thinking like WQ: The 6,000+ are all the good ones AND MORE. The only ones left are those for suckers or actual end users with a club.

    no business for domainers with that club

  9. Robbie what you said is right royals.domains think himself very smart but end up foolish. He pretend himself right and wont realize he dig for his grave.

  10. I got 2 .club domains as follows

    – RealEstates.club (premium domain name worth 137,499.99 USD on 101domains.com)
    – NewDomain.club (Planning to develop website for new domain name registration website)

  11. From the few i got i believe this one is a nice catch: Valentine.Club

    • You have bought some nice New gTLD domain names!
      I have seen a lot of yours that I would love to have.

    • Pax good to hear about you from zournas that you got nice domains do mind to share couple of best domains you have registered and I agree with your good suggestion to grab the domains in EAP/Landrush.

      “Valentine.club sounds really great”

  12. Thank you ! I regularly read your great articles about what is going on in the domain industry, keep up the good work ! For now i’ve invested what i could in the new gTLDs. But if i may give a tip to everyone who wants to invest; use the EAP/Landrush, don’t wait till GA. At least not for the names you really want.

    Also i noticed, compared to the first launch months, there are more domains being classified as premium. I expect this to increase with time the more publicity happens. For what it’s worth, hope that helps someone.

  13. It was a tough fight but I’ve managed to book: snookers.club, tvstars.club, locations.club, servers.club, cents.club. Can anyone guide me where can I sell these domains?

  14. I assume you’re not talking about the domains 🙂

  15. I got 2 more – married.club and thehollywood.club

  16. These have been gobbled up fast. I have tried to get some dog breed clubs and fish clubs.

  17. Is it cyber squatting to buy OceanPark.club if there is an Ocean Park Club?

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