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Have Fun with 16 Sports Domain Names

Starting a sports blog, a site that sells sporting goods, a coaching website, or another site connected to sports?

Consider adding a sports domain name to your business and ensure that your website is a winner!

Sports-Related Domains for your Website

Choosing a descriptive domain extension (also called “top level domain name”) will make it easy for people to know the topic of your website before they event visit. Here are 16 sports-related domain names you can register at Namecheap:
.Bike – This domain is good for cycling as well as motorbiking. Bicycling clubs, shops, and online stores can benefit from .bike domains.
.Club or .Team – Creating a website for your sports team? .Club or .Team are natural choices.
.Cricket – Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world, and this domain name will help set your cricket website apart from the crowd.
.Fit or .Fitness – Choose from either of these domain extensions for a site about exercise, nutrition, physical fitness and more. You can even register both domains: use one as your main website address and forward the other domain to your main website.
.Football – A timely name as we enter American Football season, but it’s also good for the type of football that you actually play with your feet. Speaking of which…
.Futbol and .Soccer – Round out your soccer website with these two domain names to reach audiences worldwide.
.Golf – Fore! Golf courses, trainers and Pro Shops are adopting the .golf domain name.
.Hockey – If your hobby is the most exciting sport played on ice, then .hockey might be the right domain name for you. Many short .hockey domains are still available. For example, hockey stick maker Flex uses the domain Flex.hockey.
.Rodeo – Yes, there’s even a domain name for less common sports like rodeo.
.Run – This is perfect for shoe stores, running clubs and race event organizers. For example, race directory Running in the USA uses the domain USA.run.
.Ski – Whether your type of skiing is on snow or water, .ski will help your website stand out.
.Surf – Hit the surf with a .surf domain name–ideal for surfers, board manufacturers, and even inland surf parks.
.Tennis – Add a .tennis domain to your tennis-related site. As an example, Tennis Australia (the governing body for Tennis in Australia) uses coach.tennis, which it forwards to its main website.
.Yoga – If downward dog is in your vocabulary, then .yoga is the right domain for you. .Yoga is perfect for yoga instructors and studios.

What If You Already Have a Website?

If you already have a website with a different domain (like .com or .org), you can still enjoy the benefits of a sports-related domain name.

You can register new domains and forward them to your website with Namecheap’s free forwarding.
For example, if your domain is SmithSportingGoods.com, you could register smith.tennis or even yourhometown.hockey. That will reinforce certain aspects of your business in your customers’ minds, and give you a shorter URL to use in places such as social media and business cards to make your business stand out.
Get in the game and register a sports domain today!

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