List of registered .UK domains

10,329,724 domains in this list

4,657 domains added on last update
List type Updated Domains in list Added in last 24h
.UK zone domain list (standard) November 25, 2020 10,329,724 4,657
.UK zone domain list (detailed) November 25, 2020 10,329,724 4,657

Standard domain list includes the list of domain names (plain text format, one domain name per line).

Detailed domain list comes in .CSV (comma-separated) format download sample

It includes some additional fields:

  1. Domain name
  2. DNS servers (if any)
  3. IP (if any)
  4. Country by IP (if any)
  5. Country by HTML codepage (if any)
  6. Web server type (if any)
  7. Hostname (if any)
  8. Emails (if any)
  9. Alexa traffic rank (if any)
  10. Phone numbers (if any)
  11. Majestic traffic rank (if any)
  12. Discovery date


.uk zone details


Total domains in this zone: 10,329,724

Unique IPs: 415,769

Active websites: 6,298,623

Total phones: 104,328

Total emails: 1,022,767


Last update (UTC time): Nov 25, 2020 12:11


Web Server Usage Statistics

Website Geo Location


.UK zone registar
Nominet UK
Minerva House
Edmund Halley Road
Oxford Science Park
Oxford OX4 4DQ
United Kingdom

Zone WHOIS server
whois.nic.uk

.UK is the ccTLD, or Internet country code top-level domain for Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain. Curated by its registrar Nominet UK, the domain was founded in May 1996 by Dr. Willie Black and five others as a response to its predecessor, the "Naming Committee," not being able to handle the number of registrations being sought under the .uk domain. Now with over 10 million registrations, it is currently the fifth-most commonly used top-level domain zone in the world (following .com, .cn, .de, and .net).

Nominet is a non-profit company funded by shareholders who serve as members but do not possess the right to participate in the profits of the company. Because Nominet was one of the first professional ccTLD operators, it now serves as a model for other operators around the world. .UK has also expanded to contain various second-level domains, such as .co.uk, which refers to commercial and general content, .gov.uk, which refers to government content, and many others.