A few words about us

EuroISPA is a pan European association of European Internet Services Providers Associations (ISPAs). It is the world’s largest association of Internet Services Providers (ISPs), representing over 3,300 ISPs across the EU and EFTA countries – including ISPs from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK.

The association was established in 1997 to represent the European ISP industry on EU policy and legislative issues and to facilitate the exchange of best-practices between national ISP associations. Its secretariat is located in Brussels.

EuroISPA is recognised as the voice of the European ISP industry and is the largest ‘umbrella’ association of Internet Services Providers in the world. EuroISPA’s success to date is due to the fact that it reflects the views of ISPs of all sizes from across its member base.


A Week of Collaboration and Insights: EuroISPA’s Recent Activities

EuroISPA's office has been buzzing with activity over the past week. From internal meetings to engaging discussions with members and industry stakeholders, the association has been actively shaping its strategy and addressing crucial issues in the dynamic landscape of the EU Internet industry.

EuroISPA and other tech trade associations and NGOs jointly call on policymakers for a swift adoption of the ePrivacy derogation extension

EuroISPA and a coalition of more than 50 tech trade associations and organisations defending children rights publish a joint call on the proposal laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse.

EuroISPA General Meeting: 2023 wrap-up and 2024 outlook

The General Meeting of November 30th and December 1st was the ideal setting to wrap up the work done in 2023 and set the tone for the year ahead, between European elections and ever-changing topics and debates in EU digital policy.

EuroISPA elects new Board Officers: new leadership and November General Meeting highlights

Lars Steffen, Head of International, Digital Infrastructures & Resilience at eco – Association of the Internet Industry, was unanimously elected Vice-President, while Romain Bonenfant, Managing Director at FFTélécoms, was appointed Board Member. They join President Elina Ussa (FiCom) and Treasurer Alex De Joode (AMS-IX) who are already one year into their mandate, in leading the Association’s work until the end of 2024.

more than 3300

represented ISPs across the EU and EFTA countries


Established in 1997


Council Members