Important Notes:

CER’s AA Meeting Listing service lists English language AA meetings in the Continental European Region and its immediate surrounds on our website. Listing does not constitute endorsement or approval of the meeting by CER.

CER’s list now also obtains meeting data directly from several intergroup websites. Therefore, any new meetings and/or updates to existing meetings within the following intergroups need to be made directly at the intergroup website:

AA meetings in Great Britain are listed on the AA GB website here.

AA meetings in Ireland are listed on the AA Ireland website here.

Filling out this form will only list your meeting on our website. It does not register your group with the General Service Office in York, Great Britain. Therefore, all new groups will also need to register their details separately with GSO. Registration allows groups to connect with the wider service structure and receive Fellowship communications, such as “AA Service News”, etc. This can easily be done online here.

CER’s meeting list covers the Continental European Region and as such is an invaluable source of information for the new and travelling member. To ensure that it remains accurate, groups are requested to promptly inform us of any changes in the address of the meeting place, the starting time, and/or any change in the telephone/email contact numbers. This can quickly be done online here.

Members whose name, email, and/or phone number appear as meeting contacts should be prepared to take responsibility as AA contacts. This implies that these contact details will be listed online as the local meeting contact on our website, and that the contact is prepared at any time to:

  • accept a call/email for help
  • receive calls/emails from members of the Fellowship enquiring about the meeting

We suggest that generic and anonymous AA service-based email accounts and help-line numbers are used wherever possible.

To list an “online” meeting on our online meetings page, please send an email directly to with the necessary information.


Definition of Open and Closed Meetings:

The Closed Meeting; is intended for alcoholics and for those with an alcohol problem who have a desire to stop drinking.

The Open Meeting; is intended for alcoholics and non-alcoholics e.g. family, friends and anyone interested in AA.

Location Details

Meeting Contacts