To become a sperm donor you need have a high sperm count


If you are a healthy man between the age of 18 and 40, you can become a sperm donor.
Here is the application process in 4 easy steps. This is how it works:

STEP 1: Application

You begin by filling out the application form.
Shortly after, we will contact you to arrange your first visit, where you will provide your first sperm sample. If your sperm sample is approved, we will invite you on to the next step: an interview.

STEP 2: Interview

You and the donor coordinator look at your family’s medical history, to make sure that there are no serious hereditary illnesses. You also get more information about what it means to be a sperm donor and what type of donor you can be.

STEP 3: Health check

After the interview, we take a blood- and urine sample that are analysed by our geneticist. Here you can read about what we screen for.
If everything is okay, you will go through a regular health check at the doctor’s office.

STEP 4: Counselling and Profile

The last step is an additional counselling session, where you can ask any remaining questions. Here we also finalize your online profile. After that, you are a qualified sperm donor and help childless people.

You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions.

Phone: +45 88 77 17 57

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European Sperm Bank is located in Copenhagen, Lyngby and Aarhus.


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Take the first step to become a sperm donor at European Sperm Bank. Fill in the application form and we will get in touch. Click the apply button:

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If you are between the age of 18 and 40, healthy and want to help childless women and couples, you can be a sperm donor. Learn more about the application process here:

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You are always welcome to visit us at our offices. European Sperm Bank have three offices in Denmark: In central Copenhagen (Nørrebro), in Lyngby and in Aarhus.

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We make a difference for those, who cannot have children on their own. At European Sperm Bank, we specialise in the collecting, handling and the distributing of donor sperm.

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