Original domain extension for a sport website?

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One of the many niches I've considered writing some articles about is sports. Sometimes, I like to think of possible domains for a website to put all of this stuff in, and I personally find it to be extremely entertaining. However, domain extensions are always a pain in the neck to come up with.
What do you think would work best for an original name? .racing sounds amazing to me, but I'm afraid that would be a little too... restrictive.
 

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may be you should try dot sport. I hear that dot sport is now open for registration. Dot sport could be an ideal domain extension for a sports website. you could also try dot club. for instance your website with football niche could be football dot club (just a thought).
 

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Check the renewal price. Many of this new domains are extremely high priced when its time to renew.
Another suggestion i can help you with is .space.
Looks like a good domain for several different projects including sports website imo.
 
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may be you should try dot sport. I hear that dot sport is now open for registration. Dot sport could be an ideal domain extension for a sports website. you could also try dot club. for instance your website with football niche could be football dot club (just a thought).
I love specific extensions, I agree, but I prefer something with more room for manoeuvre to broach different subjects. .sport would be amazing, but is it available for use?

Check the renewal price. Many of this new domains are extremely high priced when its time to renew.
Another suggestion i can help you with is .space.
Looks like a good domain for several different projects including sports website imo.
Yeah, that's the usual trick every domain registrar pulls. I usually wait for multi-year discounts exactly for that reason (switching from a registrar to the other just to snag the lowest price each year sounds like too much of a hassle to me).
 
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