How Do I Delete a Discord Server I Made?


Scott Campbell

Discord is a popular platform for creating and managing online communities. If you have created a server on Discord and no longer wish to keep it, deleting it is a straightforward process. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps to delete a Discord server that you have created.

Step 1: Open Discord

To begin, open the Discord application on your computer or mobile device. Log in with your username and password if prompted.

Step 2: Access Server Settings

Once you are logged in, locate the server that you want to delete from the left-hand sidebar. Right-click on the server’s name to access a dropdown menu. From this menu, select the “Server Settings” option.

Step 3: Navigate to Server Overview

In the server settings menu, you will see several options on the left-hand side. Look for and click on the “Overview” tab. This tab contains general information and settings about your server.

Step 4: Scroll Down to Danger Zone

Scroll down through the overview page until you reach the “Danger Zone” section. Here, you will find important options related to managing and deleting your server.

Delete Server Button

In this section, locate a red button labeled “Delete Server.” This button is responsible for initiating the deletion process of your Discord server.


  • Think Twice: Deleting a server is permanent and irreversible. Therefore, it’s essential to carefully consider your decision before proceeding.
  • Data Loss: Deleting a server will result in the loss of all data associated with it, including channels, messages, roles, and permissions.

Step 5: Confirm Deletion

After you have read the warning and considered the consequences, click on the “Delete Server” button. Discord will then prompt you to confirm your decision.


Deleting a server requires administrative privileges. Therefore, only server owners or users with appropriate permissions can delete a Discord server.

Step 6: Enter Server Name

To confirm the deletion request, enter your server’s name in the provided text field. This step acts as an added layer of security to prevent accidental deletions.

Step 7: Finalize Deletion

Once you have entered your server’s name correctly, click on the “Delete Server” button again to finalize the deletion process. Discord will remove your server permanently, including all associated data.

Confirmation Message

You will receive a confirmation message indicating that your Discord server has been successfully deleted. At this point, there is no way to recover any data from the deleted server.

In Conclusion

In this tutorial, we have learned how to delete a Discord server that you have created. Remember that deleting a server is permanent and irreversible, resulting in the loss of all data associated with it. Therefore, make sure to carefully consider your decision before proceeding with the deletion process.

We hope this guide has helped you successfully delete your Discord server!

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