Search available domain name
Enter the domain name you want to register or get information about and click "Search". If the domain name is free, just select the reseller with which you wish to register the domain name.
Due to the protection of personal data, some information is hidden during a search. For domain holders who are private individuals/individual companies, no contact information is displayed. Click here to read more about how you request access to the information that is hidden.
Read more about regulations and how domain search works here.
Register a domain name
A domain name is like a street address on the internet and it makes it easy for everyone surfing the web to find your site. The Swedish Internet Foundation ensures that all .se and .nu domains work as intended. Before you get your own address online, there are a few things that can be good to think about.
Is the domain name available?
Check here to see if the domain name you want to register is available.
How to register a domain name
It's easy to register your own domain name! In this guide, we tell you how to do it.
Find registrars for .se and .nu
You can register your .se or .nu domain name through one of our registrars. See the full list here.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
The "first come, first serve" principle applies when allocating .se and .nu domain names – the first party to apply for an available domain name will be given it with no prior testing. If you believe that someone else has registered a .se or a .nu domain to which you are entitled, you can appeal the allocation of the domain name retroactively.
This is how we solve dispute resolutions
If you believe that someone else has registered a .se or a .nu domain to which you are entitled, you can appeal the allocation of the domain name retroactively.
If your domain is subject of a dispute resolution
Read about the procedure when someone has filed an application for dispute resolution for a domain name that you have registered.
Customers are often contacted by different companies trying to sell them domain names that they already have, though under another top-level domain.