List of Eurovision Song Contest entries (1956–2003)

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Since the Eurovision Song Contest began in 1956 and until semi-finals were introduced in 2004, a total of 917 entries were submitted, comprising songs and artists which represented thirty-eight countries.[1] The contest, organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), is held annually between members of the Union, with participating broadcasters from different countries submitting songs to the event and casting votes to determine the most popular in the competition.[2] From an original seven participating countries in the first edition, over twenty entries were submitted into the competition in the early 2000s, before the contest started expanding more rapidly in 2004.[3]

Close-up photo of Johnny Logan performing on stage in 2010.
Ireland's Johnny Logan remains the only performer to win multiple contests, and has contributed four contest entries as a performer and songwriter.

Principally open to active member broadcasters of the EBU, eligibility to participate in the contest is not determined by geographic inclusion within the traditional boundaries of Europe. Several countries from outside of Europe have previously submitted entries into the contest, including countries in Western Asia and North Africa, as well as transcontinental countries with only part of their territory in Europe.[4]

Between 1956 and 2003, Germany made the most contest appearances, participating in all but one event since its founding.[5] Morocco conversely had participated the fewest times, competing only once in 1980.[6] Ukraine also competed only once, having debuted at the 2003 contest. Ireland held the record for the most victories, having won the contest seven times, including four wins in the 1990s.[7] France, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom were the second-most successful nations in the contest, having won on five occasions. In addition to its five contest wins, the United Kingdom also placed second fifteen times – more than any other country – and also holds the record for the most consecutive contest appearances, competing in every edition since 1959.[8] Although it had also achieved two contest wins, Norway held the record for the most last-place finishes in contest history, having featured at the bottom of the scoreboard nine times.[9]

EntriesEdit

The following tables list the entries which have been performed at the contest between 1956 and 2003. Entries are listed by order of their first performance in the contest; entry numbers provide a cumulative total of all songs performed at the contest throughout its history, and a second cumulative total outlines the total entries for each country. Songs which were performed multiple times are counted only once in the tables, with entry numbers for the performances of semi-final qualifiers marked in italics in the respective finals.[10] For the purposes of the first contest, where each country was represented by two songs, each song is counted as a distinct entry but both songs are counted as a single entry for that country.[citation needed]

Only songs which have competed in the contest final. Songs which failed to qualify from the 1993 qualifying round for new Eastern European countries or the 1996 audio-only pre-qualifying round are subsequently not counted as official entries and are not included in the participation history for each country on the official Eurovision website.[3]

In line with the official Eurovision Song Contest website, entries which represented the former West Germany prior to German reunification (until 1990) and those from the subsequently unified state Germany (since 1991) are considered to have represented the same country.[5] Also in keeping with the official Eurovision records, the 1992 entry which represented the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, subsequently renamed Serbia and Montenegro in 2003, is listed as having represented Yugoslavia rather than Serbia and Montenegro; Serbia and Montenegro is therefore considered to have made its first appearance in 2004.[11][12]

Table key

 1  Winner – Winning entries in each edition of the contest
 2  Second place – Entries which came second in each edition of the contest
 3  Third place – Entries which came third in each edition of the contest
   Last place – Entries which came last in each edition of the contest

1950sEdit

 
The Netherlands' Jetty Paerl performed the first ever Eurovision entry in 1956.
 
Lys Assia contributed four Eurovision entries for Switzerland, including the contest's first winning entry.
 
Domenico Modugno performed three different Eurovision entries for Italy in the 1950s and 1960s.
Eurovision Song Contest 1956[13][14]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing[a]
1 1   Netherlands 1 (1) Jetty Paerl "De vogels van Holland" Dutch
2 2    Switzerland 1 (1) Lys Assia "Das alte Karussell" German George Betz-Stahl
3 3   Belgium 1 (1) Fud Leclerc "Messieurs les noyés de la Seine" French
  • Jean Miret
  • Jacques Say
  • Robert Montal
4 4   Germany 1 (1) Walter Andreas Schwarz "Im Wartesaal zum großen Glück" German Walter Andreas Schwarz
5 5   France 1 (1) Mathé Altéry "Le temps perdu" French
  • André Lodge
  • Rachèle Thoreau
6 6   Luxembourg 1 (1) Michèle Arnaud "Ne crois pas" French Christian Guittreau
7 7   Italy 1 (1) Franca Raimondi "Aprite le finestre" Italian
  • Virgilio Panzito
  • Pino Perotti
8 8   Netherlands 1 (2) Corry Brokken "Voorgoed voorbij" Dutch Jelle de Vries
9 9    Switzerland 1 (2) Lys Assia "Refrain" French 1
10 10   Belgium 1 (2) Mony Marc "Le plus beau jour de ma vie" French
  • Claude Alix
  • David Bee
11 11   Germany 1 (2) Freddy Quinn "So geht das jede Nacht" German
12 12   France 1 (2) Dany Dauberson "Il est là" French Simone Vallauris
13 13   Luxembourg 1 (2) Michèle Arnaud "Les amants de minuit" French
  • Simone Laurencin
  • Jacques Lassry
14 14   Italy 1 (2) Tonina Torrielli "Amami se vuoi" Italian
Eurovision Song Contest 1957[15][16]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
15 1   Belgium 2 Bobbejaan Schoepen "Straatdeuntje" Dutch
  • Harry Frekin
  • Eric Franssen
8
16 2   Luxembourg 2 Danièle Dupré "Amours mortes (tant de peine)" French
  • Jean-Pierre Kemmer
  • Jacques Taber
4
17 3   United Kingdom 1 Patricia Bredin "All" English
  • Reynell Wreford
  • Alan Stranks
7
18 4   Italy 2 Nunzio Gallo "Corde della mia chitarra" Italian
  • Mario Ruccione
  • Giuseppi Cavaliere
6
19 5   Austria 1 Bob Martin "Wohin, kleines Pony?" German
  • Kurt Svab
  • Hans Werner
10 ◁
20 6   Netherlands 2 Corry Brokken "Net als toen" Dutch
1
21 7   Germany 2 Margot Hielscher "Telefon, Telefon" German[b]
  • Friedrich Meyer
  • Ralph Maria Siegel
4
22 8   France 2 Paule Desjardins "La belle amour" French 2
23 9   Denmark 1 Birthe Wilke and Gustav Winckler "Skibet skal sejle i nat" Danish
  • Erik Fiehn
  • Paul Sørensen
3
24 10    Switzerland 2 Lys Assia "L'enfant que j'étais" French 8
Eurovision Song Contest 1958[17][18]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
25 1   Italy 3 Domenico Modugno "Nel blu, dipinto di blu" Italian 3
26 2   Netherlands 3 Corry Brokken "Heel de wereld" Dutch Benny Vreden 9 ◁
27 3   France 3 André Claveau "Dors, mon amour" French 1
28 4   Luxembourg 3 Solange Berry "Un grand amour" French
  • Michel Eric
  • Monique Laniece
  • Raymond Roche
9 ◁
29 5   Sweden 1 Alice Babs "Lilla stjärna" Swedish
4
30 6   Denmark 2 Raquel Rastenni "Jeg rev et blad ud af min dagbog" Danish Harry Jensen 8
31 7   Belgium 3 Fud Leclerc "Ma petite chatte" French André Dohet 5
32 8   Germany 3 Margot Hielscher "Für zwei Groschen Musik" German
  • Friedrich Meyer
  • Fred Rauch
  • Walter Brandin
7
33 9   Austria 2 Liane Augustin "Die ganze Welt braucht Liebe" German
  • Günther Leopold
  • Kurt Werner
5
34 10    Switzerland 3 Lys Assia "Giorgio" German, Italian
2
Eurovision Song Contest 1959[19][20]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
35 1   France 4 Jean Philippe "Oui, oui, oui, oui" French 3
36 2   Denmark 3 Birthe Wilke "Uh, jeg ville ønske jeg var dig" Danish
5
37 3   Italy 4 Domenico Modugno "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)" Italian 6
38 4   Monaco 1 Jacques Pills "Mon ami Pierrot" French
  • Florence Veran
  • Raymond Bravard
11 ◁
39 5   Netherlands 4 Teddy Scholten "Een beetje" Dutch
1
40 6   Germany 4 Alice and Ellen Kessler "Heute Abend wollen wir tanzen geh'n" German
  • Helmut Zander
  • Astrid Voltmann
8
41 7   Sweden 2 Brita Borg "Augustin" Swedish
9
42 8    Switzerland 4 Christa Williams "Irgendwoher" German Lothar Löffler 4
43 9   Austria 3 Ferry Graf "Der K und K Kalypso aus Wien" German
  • Norbert Pawlicki
  • Günther Leopold
9
44 10   United Kingdom 2 Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson "Sing, Little Birdie" English
  • Stan Butcher
  • Syd Cordell
2
45 11   Belgium 4 Bob Benny "Hou toch van mij" Dutch
  • Hans Flower
  • Ke Riema
6

1960sEdit

 
Nora Brockstedt performed the first Norwegian entry in 1960.
 
In 1963, with the song from Switzerland, Esther Ofarim performed the 100th Eurovision entry.
 
Udo Jürgens performed three consecutive contest entries for Austria in 1964, 1965 and 1966.
 
Cliff Richard contributed two Eurovision entries for the United Kingdom, in 1968 and 1973.
 
The Netherlands' Lenny Kuhr performed the contest's 200th entry and was one of the four winners of the 1969 contest.
Eurovision Song Contest 1960[21][22]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
46 1   United Kingdom 3 Bryan Johnson "Looking High, High, High" English John Watson 2
47 2   Sweden 3 Siw Malmkvist "Alla andra får varann" Swedish
10
48 3   Luxembourg 4 Camillo Felgen "So laang we's du do bast" Luxembourgish
  • Henri Moots
  • Jean Roderès
13 ◁
49 4   Denmark 4 Katy Bødtger "Det var en yndig tid" Danish
  • Vilfred Kjær
  • Sven Buemann
10
50 5   Belgium 5 Fud Leclerc "Mon amour pour toi" French
  • Jack Say
  • Robert Montal
6
51 6   Norway 1 Nora Brockstedt "Voi Voi" Norwegian George Elgaaen 4
52 7   Austria 4 Harry Winter "Du hast mich so fasziniert" German 7
53 8   Monaco 2 François Deguelt "Ce soir-là" French
3
54 9    Switzerland 5 Anita Traversi "Cielo e terra" Italian Mario Robbiani 8
55 10   Netherlands 5 Rudi Carrell "Wat een geluk" Dutch
12
56 11   Germany 5 Wyn Hoop "Bonne nuit ma chérie" German
  • Franz Josef Breuer
  • Kurt Schwabach
4
57 12   Italy 5 Renato Rascel "Romantica" Italian 8
58 13   France 5 Jacqueline Boyer "Tom Pillibi" French 1
Eurovision Song Contest 1961[23][24]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
59 1   Spain 1 Conchita Bautista "Estando contigo" Spanish
9
60 2   Monaco 3 Colette Deréal "Allons, allons les enfants" French 10
61 3   Austria 5 Jimmy Makulis "Sehnsucht" German Leopold Andrejewitsch 15 ◁
62 4   Finland 1 Laila Kinnunen "Valoa ikkunassa" Finnish
  • Eino Hurme
  • Sauvo Puhtila
10
63 5   Yugoslavia 1 Ljiljana Petrović "Neke davne zvezde" (Неке давне звезде) Serbo-Croatian 8
64 6   Netherlands 6 Greetje Kauffeld "Wat een dag" Dutch
10
65 7   Sweden 4 Lill-Babs "April, april" Swedish
  • Bobby Ericsson
  • Bo Eneby
14
66 8   Germany 6 Lale Andersen "Einmal sehen wir uns wieder" German, French
13
67 9   France 6 Jean-Paul Mauric "Printemps, avril carillonne" French
  • Francis Baxter
  • Guy Favereau
4
68 10    Switzerland 6 Franca di Rienzo "Nous aurons demain" French 3
69 11   Belgium 6 Bob Benny "September, gouden roos" Dutch
  • Hans Flower
  • Wim Brabants
15 ◁
70 12   Norway 2 Nora Brockstedt "Sommer i Palma" Norwegian
7
71 13   Denmark 5 Dario Campeotto "Angelique" Danish Aksel V. Rasmussen 5
72 14   Luxembourg 5 Jean-Claude Pascal "Nous les amoureux" French
1
73 15   United Kingdom 4 The Allisons "Are You Sure?" English
  • John Alford
  • Bob Day
2
74 16   Italy 6 Betty Curtis "Al di là" Italian 5
Eurovision Song Contest 1962[25][26]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
75 1   Finland 2 Marion Rung "Tipi-tii" Finnish Kari Tuomisaari 7
76 2   Belgium 7 Fud Leclerc "Ton nom" French
  • Éric Channe
  • Tony Golan
13 ◁
77 3   Spain 2 Víctor Balaguer "Llámame" Spanish
  • Mario Selles
  • Miguel Portoles
13 ◁
78 4   Austria 6 Eleonore Schwarz "Nur in der Wiener Luft" German Bruno Uher 13 ◁
79 5   Denmark 6 Ellen Winther "Vuggevise" Danish 10
80 6   Sweden 5 Inger Berggren "Sol och vår" Swedish
7
81 7   Germany 7 Conny Froboess "Zwei kleine Italiener" German
  • Christian Bruhn
  • Georg Buschor
6
82 8   Netherlands 7 De Spelbrekers "Katinka" Dutch 13 ◁
83 9   France 7 Isabelle Aubret "Un premier amour" French
  • Claude-Henri Vic
  • Roland Valade
1
84 10   Norway 3 Inger Jacobsen "Kom sol, kom regn" Norwegian
10
85 11    Switzerland 7 Jean Philippe "Le retour" French 10
86 12   Yugoslavia 2 Lola Novaković "Ne pali svetla u sumrak" (Не пали светла у сумрак) Serbo-Croatian
4
87 13   United Kingdom 5 Ronnie Carroll "Ring-a-Ding Girl" English
  • Syd Cordell
  • Stan Butcher
4
88 14   Luxembourg 6 Camillo Felgen "Petit bonhomme" French
3
89 15   Italy 7 Claudio Villa "Addio, addio" Italian 9
90 16   Monaco 4 François Deguelt "Dis rien" French
2
Eurovision Song Contest 1963[27][28]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
91 1   United Kingdom 6 Ronnie Carroll "Say Wonderful Things" English
  • Philip Green
  • Norman Newell
4
92 2   Netherlands 8 Annie Palmen "Een speeldoos" Dutch Pieter Goemans 13 ◁
93 3   Germany 8 Heidi Brühl "Marcel" German Charly Niessen 9
94 4   Austria 7 Carmela Corren "Vielleicht geschieht ein Wunder" German, English 7
95 5   Norway 4 Anita Thallaug "Solhverv" Norwegian Dag Kristoffersen 13 ◁
96 6   Italy 8 Emilio Pericoli "Uno per tutte" Italian 3
97 7   Finland 3 Laila Halme "Muistojeni laulu" Finnish Börje Sundgren 13 ◁
98 8   Denmark 7 Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann "Dansevise" Danish 1
99 9   Yugoslavia 3 Vice Vukov "Brodovi" (Бродови) Serbo-Croatian Mario Nardelli 11
100 10    Switzerland 8 Esther Ofarim "T'en va pas" French 2
101 11   France 8 Alain Barrière "Elle était si jolie" French Alain Barrière 5
102 12   Spain 3 José Guardiola "Algo prodigioso" Spanish
  • Fernando Garcia Morcillo
  • Camillo Murillo Janero
12
103 13   Sweden 6 Monica Zetterlund "En gång i Stockholm" Swedish
13 ◁
104 14   Belgium 8 Jacques Raymond "Waarom?" Dutch
  • Hans Flower
  • Wim Brabants
10
105 15   Monaco 5 Françoise Hardy "L'amour s'en va" French Françoise Hardy 5
106 16   Luxembourg 7 Nana Mouskouri "À force de prier" French 8
Eurovision Song Contest 1964[29][30]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
107 1   Luxembourg 8 Hugues Aufray "Dès que le printemps revient" French
4
108 2   Netherlands 9 Anneke Grönloh "Jij bent mijn leven" Dutch
  • Ted Powder
  • René de Vos
10
109 3   Norway 5 Arne Bendiksen "Spiral" Norwegian
8
110 4   Denmark 8 Bjørn Tidmand "Sangen om dig" Danish
  • Aksel V. Rasmussen
  • Morgens Dam
9
111 5   Finland 4 Lasse Mårtenson "Laiskotellen" Finnish
7
112 6   Austria 8 Udo Jürgens "Warum nur, warum?" German Udo Jürgens 6
113 7   France 9 Rachel "Le Chant de Mallory" French 4
114 8   United Kingdom 7 Matt Monro "I Love the Little Things" English Tony Hatch 2
115 9   Germany 9 Nora Nova "Man gewöhnt sich so schnell an das Schöne" German
  • Rudi von der Dovenmühle
  • Niels Nobach
13 ◁
116 10   Monaco 6 Romuald "Où sont-elles passées" French 3
117 11   Portugal 1 António Calvário "Oração" Portuguese
13 ◁
118 12   Italy 9 Gigliola Cinquetti "Non ho l'età" Italian 1
119 13   Yugoslavia 4 Sabahudin Kurt "Život je sklopio krug" (Живот је склопио круг) Serbo-Croatian
13 ◁
120 14    Switzerland 9 Anita Traversi "I miei pensieri" Italian
  • Giovanni Pelli
  • Sanzio Chiesa
13 ◁
121 15   Belgium 9 Robert Cogoi "Près de ma rivière" French Robert Cogoi 10
122 16   Spain 4 Tim, Nelly and Tony "Caracola" Spanish Fina de Calderón 12
Eurovision Song Contest 1965[31][32]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
123 1   Netherlands 10 Conny Vandenbos "'t Is genoeg" Dutch
  • Johnny Holshuyzen
  • Karel Prior
11
124 2   United Kingdom 8 Kathy Kirby "I Belong" English 2
125 3   Spain 5 Conchita Bautista "¡Qué bueno, qué bueno!" Spanish Antonio Figueroa Egea 15 ◁
126 4   Ireland 1 Butch Moore "Walking the Streets in the Rain" English
  • Joe Harrigan
  • George Prendergast
  • Teresa Conlon
6
127 5   Germany 10 Ulla Wiesner "Paradies, wo bist du?" German
15 ◁
128 6   Austria 9 Udo Jürgens "Sag ihr, ich lass sie grüßen" German
4
129 7   Norway 6 Kirsti Sparboe "Karusell" Norwegian Jolly Kramer-Johansen 13
130 8   Belgium 10 Lize Marke "Als het weer lente is" Dutch
  • Jef Van den Berg
  • Jaak Dreesen
15 ◁
131 9   Monaco 7 Marjorie Noël "Va dire à l'amour" French
9
132 10   Sweden 7 Ingvar Wixell "Absent Friend" English 10
133 11   France 10 Guy Mardel "N'avoue jamais" French 3
134 12   Portugal 2 Simone de Oliveira "Sol de inverno" Portuguese
  • Carlos Nobrega e Sousa
  • Jeronimo Bragança
13
135 13   Italy 10 Bobby Solo "Se piangi, se ridi" Italian 5
136 14   Denmark 9 Birgit Brüel "For din skyld" Danish 7
137 15   Luxembourg 9 France Gall "Poupée de cire, poupée de son" French Serge Gainsbourg 1
138 16   Finland 5 Viktor Klimenko "Aurinko laskee länteen" Finnish 15 ◁
139 17   Yugoslavia 5 Vice Vukov "Čežnja" (Чежња) Serbo-Croatian
  • Julio Marić
  • Žarko Roje
12
140 18    Switzerland 10 Yovanna "Non, à jamais sans toi" French
  • Bob Calfati
  • Jean Charles
8
Eurovision Song Contest 1966[33][34]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
141 1   Germany 11 Margot Eskens "Die Zeiger der Uhr" German
10
142 2   Denmark 10 Ulla Pia "Stop – mens legen er go'" Danish Erik Kåre 14
143 3   Belgium 11 Tonia "Un peu de poivre, un peu de sel" French
  • Paul Quintens
  • Phil Van Cauwenbergh
4
144 4   Luxembourg 10 Michèle Torr "Ce soir je t'attendais" French
  • Bernard Kesslair
  • Jacques Chaumelle
10
145 5   Yugoslavia 6 Berta Ambrož "Brez besed" Slovene
7
146 6   Norway 7 Åse Kleveland "Intet er nytt under solen" Norwegian Arne Bendiksen 3
147 7   Finland 6 Ann-Christine Nyström "Playboy" Finnish Ossi Runne 10
148 8   Portugal 3 Madalena Iglésias "Ele e ela" Portuguese Carlos Canelhas 13
149 9   Austria 10 Udo Jürgens "Merci, Chérie" German[c] 1
150 10   Sweden 8 Lill Lindfors and Svante Thuresson "Nygammal vals" Swedish
2
151 11   Spain 6 Raphael "Yo soy aquél" Spanish Manuel Alejandro 7
152 12    Switzerland 11 Madeleine Pascal "Ne vois-tu pas ?" French
  • Pierre Brenner
  • Roland Schweizer
6
153 13   Monaco 8 Téréza "Bien plus fort" French
  • Gérard Bourgeois
  • Jean-Max Rivière
17 ◁
154 14   Italy 11 Domenico Modugno "Dio, come ti amo" Italian Domenico Modugno 17 ◁
155 15   France 11 Dominique Walter "Chez nous" French
  • Claude Carrère
  • Jacques Plante
16
156 16   Netherlands 11 Milly Scott "Fernando en Filippo" Dutch
15
157 17   Ireland 2 Dickie Rock "Come Back to Stay" English Rowland Soper 4
158 18   United Kingdom 9 Kenneth McKellar "A Man Without Love" English 9
Eurovision Song Contest 1967[35][36]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
159 1   Netherlands 12 Thérèse Steinmetz "Ring-dinge-ding" Dutch
14
160 2   Luxembourg 11 Vicky "L'amour est bleu" French 4
161 3   Austria 11 Peter Horton [de] "Warum es hunderttausend Sterne gibt" German
  • Kurt Peche
  • Karin Bognar
14
162 4   France 12 Noëlle Cordier "Il doit faire beau là-bas" French 3
163 5   Portugal 4 Eduardo Nascimento "O vento mudou" Portuguese
  • Nuno Nazareth Fernandes
  • João Magalhães Pereira
12
164 6    Switzerland 12 Géraldine "Quel cœur vas-tu briser ?" French
  • Daniel Faure
  • Gérard Gray
17 ◁
165 7   Sweden 9 Östen Warnerbring "Som en dröm" Swedish
8
166 8   Finland 7 Fredi "Varjoon – suojaan" Finnish
12
167 9   Germany 12 Inge Brück "Anouschka" German Hans Blum 8
168 10   Belgium 12 Louis Neefs "Ik heb zorgen" Dutch
  • Paul Quintens
  • Phil Van Cauwenbergh
7
169 11   United Kingdom 10 Sandie Shaw "Puppet on a String" English 1
170 12   Spain 7 Raphael "Hablemos del amor" Spanish Manuel Alejandro 6
171 13   Norway 8 Kirsti Sparboe "Dukkemann" Norwegian 14
172 14   Monaco 9 Minouche Barelli "Boum-Badaboum" French 5
173 15   Yugoslavia 7 Lado Leskovar [sl] "Vse rože sveta" Slovene
  • Urban Koder
  • Milan Lindič
8
174 16   Italy 12 Claudio Villa "Non andare più lontano" Italian
11
175 17   Ireland 3 Sean Dunphy "If I Could Choose" English
2
Eurovision Song Contest 1968[37][38]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
176 1   Portugal 5 Carlos Mendes "Verão" Portuguese
  • José Alberto Diogo
  • Pedro Vaz Osório
11
177 2   Netherlands 13 Ronnie Tober "Morgen" Dutch
16 ◁
178 3   Belgium 13 Claude Lombard "Quand tu reviendras" French
  • Jo Van Wetter
  • Roland Dero
7
179 4   Austria 12 Karel Gott "Tausend Fenster" German
13
180 5   Luxembourg 12 Chris Baldo [fr] and Sophie Garel [fr] "Nous vivrons d'amour" French
  • Carlos Leresche
  • Jacques Demarny
11
181 6    Switzerland 13 Gianni Mascolo "Guardando il sole" Italian
  • Aldo d'Addario
  • Sanzio Chiesa
13
182 7   Monaco 10 Line and Willy [fr] "À chacun sa chanson" French
  • Jean-Claude Olivier
  • Roland Valade
7
183 8   Sweden 10 Claes-Göran Hederström "Det börjar verka kärlek, banne mig" Swedish Peter Himmelstrand 5
184 9   Finland 8 Kristina Hautala "Kun kello käy" Finnish
16 ◁
185 10   France 13 Isabelle Aubret "La source" French
3
186 11   Italy 13 Sergio Endrigo "Marianne" Italian Sergio Endrigo 10
187 12   United Kingdom 11 Cliff Richard "Congratulations" English 2
188 13   Norway 9 Odd Børre "Stress" Norwegian 13
189 14   Ireland 4 Pat McGeegan "Chance of a Lifetime" English John Kennedy 4
190 15   Spain 8 Massiel "La, la, la" Spanish
1
191 16   Germany 13 Wencke Myhre "Ein Hoch der Liebe" German
6
192 17   Yugoslavia 8 Luci Capurso and Hamo Hajdarhodžić "Jedan dan" (Један дан) Serbo-Croatian
7
Eurovision Song Contest 1969[39][40]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
193 1   Yugoslavia 9 Ivan [hr] and 4M [hr] "Pozdrav svijetu" (Поздрав свијету) Serbo-Croatian Milan Lentić 13
194 2   Luxembourg 13 Romuald "Catherine" French 11
195 3   Spain 9 Salomé "Vivo cantando" Spanish
  • María José de Cerato
  • Aniano Alcalde
1
196 4   Monaco 11 Jean Jacques "Maman, maman" French Jo Perrier 6
197 5   Ireland 5 Muriel Day and the Lindsays "The Wages of Love" English Michael Reade 7
198 6   Italy 14 Iva Zanicchi "Due grosse lacrime bianche" Italian
  • Piero Soffici
  • Carlo Daiano
13
199 7   United Kingdom 12 Lulu "Boom Bang-a-Bang" English
1
200 8   Netherlands 14 Lenny Kuhr "De troubadour" Dutch
1
201 9   Sweden 11 Tommy Körberg "Judy, min vän" Swedish 9
202 10   Belgium 14 Louis Neefs "Jennifer Jennings" Dutch
  • Paul Quintens
  • Phil Van Cauwenbergh
7
203 11    Switzerland 14 Paola del Medico "Bonjour, Bonjour" German
5
204 12   Norway 10 Kirsti Sparboe "Oj, oj, oj, så glad jeg skal bli" Norwegian Arne Bendiksen 16 ◁
205 13   Germany 14 Siw Malmkvist "Primaballerina" German Hans Blum 9
206 14   France 14 Frida Boccara "Un jour, un enfant" French 1
207 15   Portugal 6 Simone de Oliveira "Desfolhada portuguesa" Portuguese
15
208 16   Finland 9 Jarkko and Laura "Kuin silloin ennen" Finnish 12

1970sEdit

 
Dana performed the first of a record seven winning entries for Ireland in 1970.
 
Katja Ebstein performed three Eurovision entries for Germany.
 
Peter, Sue and Marc made four separate contest appearances for Switzerland in the 1970s and 1980s.
 
Gigliola Cinquetti performed two Italian entries, winning in 1964 and placing second in 1974.
Eurovision Song Contest 1970[41][42]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
209 1   Netherlands 15 Patricia and Hearts of Soul "Waterman" Dutch Pieter Goemans 7
210 2    Switzerland 15 Henri Dès "Retour" French Henri Dès 4
211 3   Italy 15 Gianni Morandi "Occhi di ragazza" Italian 8
212 4   Yugoslavia 10 Eva Sršen "Pridi, dala ti bom cvet" Slovene 11
213 5   Belgium 15 Jean Vallée "Viens l'oublier" French Jean Vallée 8
214 6   France 15 Guy Bonnet "Marie-Blanche" French
4
215 7   United Kingdom 13 Mary Hopkin "Knock, Knock Who's There?" English 2
216 8   Luxembourg 14 David Alexandre Winter "Je suis tombé du ciel" French
12 ◁
217 9   Spain 10 Julio Iglesias "Gwendolyne" Spanish Julio Iglesias 4
218 10   Monaco 12 Dominique Dussault "Marlène" French[d][e]
8
219 11   Germany 15 Katja Ebstein "Wunder gibt es immer wieder" German
  • Christian Bruhn
  • Günter Loose
3
220 12   Ireland 6 Dana "All Kinds of Everything" English
  • Derry Lindsay
  • Jackie Smith
1
Eurovision Song Contest 1971[43][44]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
221 1   Austria 13 Marianne Mendt "Musik" Viennese German
  • Richard Schönherz
  • Manuel Rigoni
16
222 2   Malta 1 Joe Grech "Marija l-Maltija" Maltese
18 ◁
223 3   Monaco 13 Séverine "Un banc, un arbre, une rue" French
  • Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
  • Yves Dessca
1
224 4    Switzerland 16 Peter, Sue and Marc "Les Illusions de nos vingt ans" French
  • Peter Reber
  • Maurice Tézé
12
225 5   Germany 16 Katja Ebstein "Diese Welt" German
  • Dieter Zimmermann
  • Fred Jay
3
226 6   Spain 11 Karina "En un mundo nuevo" Spanish
  • Rafael Trabucchelli
  • Tony Luz
2
227 7   France 16 Serge Lama "Un jardin sur la terre" French
10
228 8   Luxembourg 15 Monique Melsen "Pomme, pomme, pomme" French 13
229 9   United Kingdom 14 Clodagh Rodgers "Jack in the Box" English
4
230 10   Belgium 16 Lily Castel and Jacques Raymond "Goeiemorgen, morgen" Dutch
  • Paul Quintens
  • Phil Van Cauwenbergh
14
231 11   Italy 16 Massimo Ranieri "L'amore è un attimo" Italian 5
232 12   Sweden 12 Family Four "Vita vidder" Swedish Håkan Elmquist 6
233 13   Ireland 7 Angela Farrell "One Day Love" English
  • Donald Martin
  • Ita Flynn
11
234 14   Netherlands 16 Saskia and Serge "Tijd" Dutch 6
235 15   Portugal 7 Tonicha "Menina do alto da serra" Portuguese
9
236 16   Yugoslavia 11 Krunoslav Slabinac "Tvoj dječak je tužan" (Твој дјечак је тужан) Serbo-Croatian
  • Ivan Krajač
  • Zvonimir Golob
14
237 17   Finland 10 Markku Aro and Koivistolaiset [fi] "Tie uuteen päivään" Finnish Rauno Lehtinen 8
238 18   Norway 11 Hanne Krogh "Lykken er" Norwegian Arne Bendiksen 17
Eurovision Song Contest 1972[45][46]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
239 1   Germany 17 Mary Roos "Nur die Liebe läßt uns leben" German
  • Joachim Heider
  • Joachim Relin
3
240 2   France 17 Betty Mars "Comé-comédie" French Frédéric Botton 11
241 3   Ireland 8 Sandie Jones "Ceol an Ghrá" Irish
  • Joe Burkett
  • Liam Mac Uistín
15
242 4   Spain 12 Jaime Morey "Amanece" Spanish
10
243 5   United Kingdom 15 The New Seekers "Beg, Steal or Borrow" English
2
244 6   Norway 12 Grethe Kausland and Benny Borg "Småting" Norwegian
14
245 7   Portugal 8 Carlos Mendes "A festa da vida" Portuguese
7
246 8    Switzerland 17 Véronique Müller "C'est la chanson de mon amour" French
8
247 9   Malta 2 Helen and Joseph "L-imħabba" Maltese
18 ◁
248 10   Finland 11 Päivi Paunu and Kim Floor "Muistathan" Finnish
  • Juha Flinck
  • Nacke Johansson
12
249 11   Austria 14 Milestones "Falter im Wind" German
  • Richard Schönherz
  • Manuel Rigoni
  • Heinz Unger
5
250 12   Italy 17 Nicola Di Bari "I giorni dell'arcobaleno" Italian
6
251 13   Yugoslavia 12 Tereza Kesovija "Muzika i ti" (Музика и ти) Serbo-Croatian
  • Nikica Kalogjera
  • Ivan Krajač
9
252 14   Sweden 13 Family Four "Härliga sommardag" Swedish Håkan Elmquist 13
253 15   Monaco 14 Anne-Marie Godart [fr] and Peter McLane [fr] "Comme on s'aime" French 16
254 16   Belgium 17 Serge and Christine Ghisoland "À la folie ou pas du tout" French
  • Daniel Nélis
  • Bob Milan
17
255 17   Luxembourg 16 Vicky Leandros "Après toi" French
1
256 18   Netherlands 17 Sandra and Andres "Als het om de liefde gaat" Dutch 4
Eurovision Song Contest 1973[47][48]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
257 1   Finland 12 Marion Rung "Tom Tom Tom" English 6
258 2   Belgium 18 Nicole and Hugo "Baby, Baby" Dutch[c][d][f]
  • Ignace Baert
  • Erik Marijsse
17 ◁
259 3   Portugal 9 Fernando Tordo "Tourada" Portuguese 10
260 4   Germany 18 Gitte "Junger Tag" German
  • Günther-Eric Thöner
  • Stephan Lego
8
261 5   Norway 13 Bendik Singers "It's Just a Game" English, French
[f][g][h][e][i][j][k][l][m][n]
7
262 6   Monaco 15 Marie "Un train qui part" French
  • Bernard Liamis
  • Boris Bergman
8
263 7   Spain 13 Mocedades "Eres tú" Spanish Juan Carlos Calderón 2
264 8    Switzerland 18 Patrick Juvet "Je vais me marier, Marie" French 12
265 9   Yugoslavia 13 Zdravko Čolić "Gori vatra" (Гори ватра) Serbo-Croatian Kemal Monteno 15
266 10   Italy 18 Massimo Ranieri "Chi sarà con te" Italian 13
267 11   Luxembourg 17 Anne-Marie David "Tu te reconnaîtras" French
  • Claude Morgan
  • Vline Buggy
1
268 12   Sweden 14 The Nova and the Dolls "You're Summer" English 5
269 13   Netherlands 18 Ben Cramer "De oude muzikant" Dutch Pierre Kartner 14
270 14   Ireland 9 Maxi "Do I Dream" English
  • Jack Brierley
  • George F. Crosbie
10
271 15   United Kingdom 16 Cliff Richard "Power to All Our Friends" English 3
272 16   France 18 Martine Clémenceau "Sans toi" French
15
273 17   Israel 1 Ilanit "Ey Sham" (אי שם) Hebrew 4
Eurovision Song Contest 1974[49][50]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
274 1   Finland 13 Carita "Keep Me Warm" English 13
275 2   United Kingdom 17 Olivia Newton-John "Long Live Love" English 4
276 3   Spain 14 Peret "Canta y sé feliz" Spanish Pedro Pubill Calaf 9
277 4   Norway 14 Anne-Karine Strøm and the Bendik Singers "The First Day of Love" English 14 ◁
278 5   Greece 1 Marinella "Krasi, thalassa ke t' agori mou"
(Κρασί, θάλασσα και τ' αγόρι μου)
Greek 11
279 6   Israel 2 Poogy "Natati La Khayay" (נתתי לה חיי) Hebrew
7
280 7   Yugoslavia 14 Korni Grupa "Generacija '42" (Генерација '42) Serbo-Croatian Kornelije Kovač 12
281 8   Sweden 15 ABBA "Waterloo" English 1
282 9   Luxembourg 18 Ireen Sheer "Bye Bye I Love You" French[d] 4
283 10   Monaco 16 Romuald "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va" French
  • Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
  • Michel Jourdan
4
284 11   Belgium 19 Jacques Hustin "Fleur de liberté" French
9
285 12   Netherlands 19 Mouth and MacNeal "I See a Star" English 3
286 13   Ireland 10 Tina Reynolds "Cross Your Heart" English Paul Lyttle 7
287 14   Germany 19 Cindy and Bert "Die Sommermelodie" German
14 ◁
288 15    Switzerland 19 Piera Martell "Mein Ruf nach dir" German Pepe Ederer 14 ◁
289 16   Portugal 10 Paulo de Carvalho "E depois do adeus" Portuguese
14 ◁
290 17   Italy 19 Gigliola Cinquetti "" Italian
2
Eurovision Song Contest 1975[51][52]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
291 1   Netherlands 20 Teach-In "Ding-a-dong" English 1
292 2   Ireland 11 The Swarbriggs "That's What Friends Are For" English
  • Jimmy Swarbrigg
  • Tommy Swarbrigg
9
293 3   France 19 Nicole Rieu "Et bonjour à toi l'artiste" French
4
294 4   Germany 20 Joy Fleming "Ein Lied kann eine Brücke sein" German, English
17
295 5   Luxembourg 19 Géraldine "Toi" French 5
296 6   Norway 15 Ellen Nikolaysen "Touch My Life (with Summer)" English Svein Hundnes 18
297 7    Switzerland 20 Simone Drexel "Mikado" German Simone Drexel 6
298 8   Yugoslavia 15 Pepel in kri [sl] "Dan ljubezni" Slovene
  • Tadej Hrušovar
  • Dušan Velkaverh
13
299 9   United Kingdom 18 The Shadows "Let Me Be the One" English Paul Curtis 2
300 10   Malta 3 Renato "Singing This Song" English
  • Sammy Galea
  • Mary Iris Mifsud
12
301 11   Belgium 20 Ann Christy "Gelukkig zijn" Dutch, English Mary Boduin 15
302 12   Israel 3 Shlomo Artzi "At Va'Ani" (את ואני) Hebrew 11
303 13   Turkey 1 Semiha Yankı "Seninle Bir Dakika" Turkish
  • Kemal Ebcioğlu
  • Hikmet Münir Ebcioğlu
19 ◁
304 14   Monaco 17 Sophie "Une chanson c'est une lettre" French
13
305 15   Finland 14 Pihasoittajat "Old Man Fiddle" English
  • Kim Kuusi
  • Hannu Karlsson
  • Arthur Ridgway Spencer
7
306 16   Portugal 11 Duarte Mendes "Madrugada" Portuguese José Luis Tinoco 16
307 17   Spain 15 Sergio and Estíbaliz "Tú volverás" Spanish Juan Carlos Calderón 10
308 18   Sweden 16 Lasse Berghagen and the Dolls "Jennie, Jennie" English Lars Berghagen 8
309 19   Italy 20 Wess and Dori Ghezzi "Era" Italian 3
Eurovision Song Contest 1976[53][54]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
310 1   United Kingdom 19 Brotherhood of Man "Save Your Kisses for Me" English 1
311 2    Switzerland 21 Peter, Sue and Marc "Djambo, Djambo" English Peter Reber 4
312 3   Germany 21 Les Humphries Singers "Sing Sang Song" German
15
313 4   Israel 4 Chocolate, Menta, Mastik "Emor Shalom" (אמור שלום) Hebrew 6
314 5   Luxembourg 20 Jürgen Marcus "Chansons pour ceux qui s'aiment" French
14
315 6   Belgium 21 Pierre Rapsat "Judy et Cie" French
8
316 7   Ireland 12 Red Hurley "When" English Brendan Graham 10
317 8   Netherlands 21 Sandra Reemer "The Party's Over" English Hans van Hemert 9
318 9   Norway 16 Anne-Karine Strøm "Mata Hari" English 18 ◁
319 10   Greece 2 Mariza Koch "Panagia mou, Panagia mou" (Παναγιά μου, Παναγιά μου) Greek
13
320 11   Finland 15 Fredi and the Friends "Pump-Pump" English 11
321 12   Spain 16 Braulio "Sobran las palabras" Spanish Braulio García Bautista 16
322 13   Italy 21 Al Bano and Romina Power "We'll Live It All Again" English, Italian 7
323 14   Austria 15 Waterloo and Robinson "My Little World" English Gerhard Heinz 5
324 15   Portugal 12 Carlos do Carmo "Uma flor de verde pinho" Portuguese
12
325 16   Monaco 18 Mary Christy "Toi, la musique et moi" French
3
326 17   France 20 Catherine Ferry "Un, deux, trois" French
2
327 18   Yugoslavia 16 Ambasadori "Ne mogu skriti svoju bol" (Не могу скрити своју бол) Serbo-Croatian
  • Slobodan Vujović
  • Slobodan Đurasović
17
Eurovision Song Contest 1977[55][56]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
328 1   Ireland 13 The Swarbriggs Plus Two "It's Nice to Be in Love Again" English
  • Jimmy Swarbrigg
  • Tommy Swarbrigg
3
329 2   Monaco 19 Michèle Torr "Une petite française" French 4
330 3   Netherlands 22 Heddy Lester "De mallemolen" Dutch
12
331 4   Austria 16 Schmetterlinge [de] "Boom Boom Boomerang" German[d]
17
332 5   Norway 17 Anita Skorgan "Casanova" Norwegian
  • Svein Strugstad
  • Dag Nordtømme
14
333 6   Germany 22 Silver Convention "Telegram" English 8
334 7   Luxembourg 21 Anne-Marie B [fr] "Frère Jacques" French 16
335 8   Portugal 13 Os Amigos "Portugal no coração" Portuguese 14
336 9   United Kingdom 20 Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran "Rock Bottom" English 2
337 10   Greece 3 Pascalis [el], Marianna [el], Robert and Bessy "Mathima solfege" (Μάθημα σολφέζ) Greek
5
338 11   Israel 5 Ilanit "Ahava Hi Shir Lishnayim" (אהבה היא שיר לשניים) Hebrew
  • Eldad Shrem
  • Edna Peleg
11
339 12    Switzerland 22 Pepe Lienhard Band "Swiss Lady" German Peter Reber 6
340 13   Sweden 17 Forbes "Beatles" Swedish
  • Claes Bure
  • Sven-Olof Bagge
18 ◁
341 14   Spain 17 Micky "Enséñame a cantar" Spanish Fernando Arbex 9
342 15   Italy 22 Mia Martini "Libera" Italian
13
343 16   Finland 16 Monica Aspelund "Lapponia" Finnish 10
344 17   Belgium 22 Dream Express "A Million in One, Two, Three" English Luc Smets 7
345 18   France 21 Marie Myriam "L'oiseau et l'enfant" French 1
Eurovision Song Contest 1978[57][58]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
346 1   Ireland 14 Colm C. T. Wilkinson "Born to Sing" English Colm C. T. Wilkinson 5
347 2   Norway 18 Jahn Teigen "Mil etter mil" Norwegian Kai Eide 20 ◁
348 3   Italy 23 Ricchi e Poveri "Questo amore" Italian
12
349 4   Finland 17 Seija Simola "Anna rakkaudelle tilaisuus" Finnish
18
350 5   Portugal 14 Gemini "Dai li dou" Portuguese
  • Vítor Mamede
  • Carlos Quintas
17
351 6   France 22 Joël Prévost "Il y aura toujours des violons" French
3
352 7   Spain 18 José Vélez "Bailemos un vals" Spanish[c]
9
353 8   United Kingdom 21 Co-Co "The Bad Old Days" English
11
354 9    Switzerland 23 Carole Vinci [de] "Vivre" French
9
355 10   Belgium 23 Jean Vallée "L'amour ça fait chanter la vie" French Jean Vallée 2
356 11   Netherlands 23 Harmony "'t Is OK" Dutch
13
357 12   Turkey 2 Nilüfer and Nazar "Sevince" Turkish
  • Dağhan Baydur
  • Onno Tunç
  • Hulki Aktunç
18
358 13   Germany 23 Ireen Sheer "Feuer" German
  • Jean Frankfurter
  • John Möring
6
359 14   Monaco 20 Caline [fr] and Olivier Toussaint "Les jardins de Monaco" French 4
360 15   Greece 4 Tania Tsanaklidou "Charlie Chaplin" (Τσάρλυ Τσάπλιν) Greek
  • Sakis Tsilikis
  • Yiannis Xanthoulis
8
361 16   Denmark 11 Mabel "Boom Boom" Danish
16
362 17   Luxembourg 22 Baccara "Parlez-vous français ?" French
7
363 18   Israel 6 Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta "A-Ba-Ni-Bi" (א-ב-ני-בי) Hebrew 1
364 19   Austria 17 Springtime "Mrs. Caroline Robinson" German[d]
  • Gerhard Markel
  • Walter Markel
  • Norbert Niedermayer
15
365 20   Sweden 18 Björn Skifs "Det blir alltid värre framåt natten" Swedish Peter Himmelstrand 14
Eurovision Song Contest 1979[59][60]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
366 1   Portugal 15 Manuela Bravo "Sobe, sobe, balão sobe" Portuguese Carlos Nóbrega e Sousa 9
367 2   Italy 24 Matia Bazar "Raggio di luna" Italian 15
368 3   Denmark 12 Tommy Seebach "Disco Tango" Danish 6
369 4   Ireland 15 Cathal Dunne "Happy Man" English Cathal Dunne 5
370 5   Finland 18 Katri Helena "Katson sineen taivaan" Finnish 14
371 6   Monaco 21 Laurent Vaguener "Notre vie c'est la musique" French 16
372 7   Greece 5 Elpida "Sokrati" (Σωκράτη) Greek
8
373 8    Switzerland 24 Peter, Sue and Marc, Pfuri, Gorps and Kniri "Trödler und Co." German Peter Reber 10
374 9   Germany 24 Dschinghis Khan "Dschinghis Khan" German 4
375 10   Israel 7 Milk and Honey "Hallelujah" (הללויה) Hebrew
1
376 11   France 23 Anne-Marie David "Je suis l'enfant soleil" French 3
377 12   Belgium 24 Micha Marah "Hey Nana" Dutch
  • Charles Dumolin
  • Guy Beyers
18 ◁
378 13   Luxembourg 23 Jeane Manson "J'ai déjà vu ça dans tes yeux" French Jean Renard 13
379 14   Netherlands 24 Xandra "Colorado" Dutch 12
380 15   Sweden 19 Ted Gärdestad "Satellit" Swedish 17
381 16   Norway 19 Anita Skorgan "Oliver" Norwegian 11
382 17   United Kingdom 22 Black Lace "Mary Ann" English Peter Morris 7
383 18   Austria 18 Christina Simon "Heute in Jerusalem" German 18 ◁
384 19   Spain 19 Betty Missiego "Su canción" Spanish Fernando Moreno 2

1980sEdit

 
In 1980 Morocco's Samira Bensaïd performed the first, and (as of 2022) only Eurovision entry from an African country.
 
Anna Vissi competed at Eurovision three times for both Greece and Cyprus.
 
Bobbysocks! were the first Norwegian act to win the contest in 1985.
Eurovision Song Contest 1980[61][62]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
385 1   Austria 19 Blue Danube "Du bist Musik" German Klaus-Peter Sattler 8
386 2   Turkey 3 Ajda Pekkan "Pet'r Oil" Turkish
15
387 3   Greece 6 Anna Vissi and the Epikouri "Autostop" (Ωτοστόπ) Greek
  • Jick Nacassian
  • Rony Sofou
13
388 4   Luxembourg 24 Sophie and Magaly "Papa Pingouin" French 9
389 5   Morocco 1 Samira Bensaïd "Bitaqat Hub" (بطاقة حب) Arabic
  • Abdel Ati Amenna
  • Malou Rouanne
18
390 6   Italy 25 Alan Sorrenti "Non so che darei" Italian Alan Sorrenti 6
391 7   Denmark 13 Bamses Venner "Tænker altid på dig" Danish
14
392 8   Sweden 20 Tomas Ledin "Just nu!" Swedish Tomas Ledin 10
393 9    Switzerland 25 Paola del Medico "Cinéma" French 4
394 10   Finland 19 Vesa-Matti Loiri "Huilumies" Finnish 19 ◁
395 11   Norway 20 Sverre Kjelsberg and Mattis Hætta "Sámiid ædnan" Norwegian[o]
16
396 12   Germany 25 Katja Ebstein "Theater" German 2
397 13   United Kingdom 23 Prima Donna "Love Enough for Two" English
3
398 14   Portugal 16 José Cid "Um grande, grande amor" Portuguese[c][d][g][e] José Cid 7
399 15   Netherlands 25 Maggie MacNeal "Amsterdam" Dutch
5
400 16   France 24 Profil "Hé, hé M'sieurs dames" French
  • Sylvano Santorio
  • Richard de Bordeaux
  • Richard Joffo
11
401 17   Ireland 16 Johnny Logan "What's Another Year" English Shay Healy 1
402 18   Spain 20 Trigo Limpio "Quédate esta noche" Spanish José Antonio Martín 12
403 19   Belgium 25 Telex "Euro-Vision" French 17
Eurovision Song Contest 1981[63][64]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
404 1   Austria 20 Marty Brem "Wenn du da bist" German Werner Böhmler 17
405 2   Turkey 4 Modern Folk Trio and Ayşegül "Dönme Dolap" Turkish Ali Kocatepe 18
406 3   Germany 26 Lena Valaitis "Johnny Blue" German 2
407 4   Luxembourg 25 Jean-Claude Pascal "C'est peut-être pas l'Amérique" French 11
408 5   Israel 8 Habibi "Halayla" (הלילה) Hebrew
7
409 6   Denmark 14 Debbie Cameron and Tommy Seebach "Krøller eller ej" Danish 11
410 7   Yugoslavia 17 Seid Memić Vajta "Lejla" (Лејла) Serbo-Croatian Ranko Boban 15
411 8   Finland 20 Riki Sorsa "Reggae OK" Finnish
16
412 9   France 25 Jean Gabilou "Humanahum" French 3
413 10   Spain 21 Bacchelli "Y sólo tú" Spanish Amado Jaén 14
414 11   Netherlands 26 Linda Williams "Het is een wonder" Dutch
  • Cees de Wit
  • Bart van der Laar
9
415 12   Ireland 17 Sheeba "Horoscopes" English
  • Jim Kelly
  • Joe Burkett
5
416 13   Norway 21 Finn Kalvik "Aldri i livet" Norwegian Finn Kalvik 20 ◁
417 14   United Kingdom 24 Bucks Fizz "Making Your Mind Up" English
1
418 15   Portugal 17 Carlos Paião "Playback" Portuguese Carlos Paião 18
419 16   Belgium 26 Emly Starr "Samson" Dutch
  • Kick Dandy
  • Giuseppe Marchese
  • Penny Els
13
420 17   Greece 7 Yiannis Dimitras "Feggari kalokerino" (Φεγγάρι καλοκαιρινό) Greek
8
421 18   Cyprus 1 Island "Monika" (Μόνικα) Greek
  • Doros Georgiades
  • Stavros Sideras
6
422 19    Switzerland 26 Peter, Sue and Marc "Io senza te" Italian
4
423 20   Sweden 21 Björn Skifs "Fångad i en dröm" Swedish
10
Eurovision Song Contest 1982[65][66]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
424 1   Portugal 18 Doce "Bem bom" Portuguese
13
425 2   Luxembourg 26 Svetlana "Cours après le temps" French
  • Cyril Assous
  • Michel Jouveaux
6
426 3   Norway 22 Jahn Teigen and Anita Skorgan "Adieu" Norwegian 12
427 4   United Kingdom 25 Bardo "One Step Further" English Simon Jefferis 7
428 5   Turkey 5 Neco [tr] "Hani?" Turkish
  • Olcayto Ahmet Tuğsuz
  • Faik Tuğsuz
15
429 6   Finland 21 Kojo "Nuku pommiin" Finnish 18 ◁
430 7    Switzerland 27 Arlette Zola "Amour on t'aime" French
3
431 8   Cyprus 2 Anna Vissi "Mono i agapi" (Μόνο η αγάπη) Greek Anna Vissi 5
432 9   Sweden 22 Chips "Dag efter dag" Swedish 8
433 10   Austria 21 Mess "Sonntag" German
9
434 11   Belgium 27 Stella "Si tu aimes ma musique" French
  • Fred Bekky
  • Rony Brack
  • Bobott
  • Jo May
4
435 12   Spain 22 Lucía "Él" Spanish
  • Francisco Cepero
  • Ignacio Román
10
436 13   Denmark 15 Brixx "Video-video" Danish Jens Brixtofte 17
437 14   Yugoslavia 18 Aska "Halo, halo" (Хало, хало) Serbo-Croatian 14
438 15   Israel 9 Avi Toledano "Hora" (הורה) Hebrew 2
439 16   Netherlands 27 Bill van Dijk "Jij en ik" Dutch
16
440 17   Ireland 18 The Duskeys "Here Today Gone Tomorrow" English Sally Keating 11
441 18   Germany 27 Nicole "Ein bißchen Frieden" German 1
Eurovision Song Contest 1983[67][68]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
442 1   France 26 Guy Bonnet "Vivre" French
8
443 2   Norway 23 Jahn Teigen "Do Re Mi" Norwegian 9
444 3   United Kingdom 26 Sweet Dreams "I'm Never Giving Up" English
6
445 4   Sweden 23 Carola "Främling" Swedish 3
446 5   Italy 26 Riccardo Fogli "Per Lucia" Italian 11
447 6   Turkey 6 Çetin Alp and the Short Wave "Opera" Turkish
19 ◁
448 7   Spain 23 Remedios Amaya "¿Quién maneja mi barca?" Spanish
  • José Miguel Évoras
  • Isidro Muñoz
19 ◁
449 8    Switzerland 28 Mariella Farré "Io così non ci sto" Italian
15
450 9   Finland 22 Ami Aspelund "Fantasiaa" Finnish
  • Kari Kuusamo
  • Kaisu Liuhala
11
451 10   Greece 8 Christie Stassinopoulou "Mou les" (Μου λες) Greek
14
452 11   Netherlands 28 Bernadette "Sing Me a Song" Dutch[d]
7
453 12   Yugoslavia 19 Daniel "Džuli" (Џули) Serbo-Croatian
4
454 13   Cyprus 3 Stavros [de] and Constantina [el] "I agapi akoma zi" (Η αγάπη ακόμα ζει) Greek Stavros Sideras 16
455 14   Germany 28 Hoffmann and Hoffmann "Rücksicht" German
5
456 15   Denmark 16 Gry Johansen "Kloden drejer" Danish
  • Flemming Gernyx
  • Christian Jacobsen
  • Lars Christensen
17
457 16   Israel 10 Ofra Haza "Hi" (חי) Hebrew 2
458 17   Portugal 19 Armando Gama "Esta balada que te dou" Portuguese Armando Gama 13
459 18   Austria 22 Westend "Hurricane" German
  • Peter Vieweger
  • Heli Deinboek
  • Heinz Nessizius
9
460 19   Belgium 28 Pas de Deux "Rendez-vous" Dutch
  • Walter Verdin
  • Paul Peyskens
18
461 20   Luxembourg 27 Corinne Hermès "Si la vie est cadeau" French
  • Jean-Pierre Millers
  • Alain Garcia
1
Eurovision Song Contest 1984[69][70]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
462 1   Sweden 24 Herreys "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley" Swedish 1
463 2   Luxembourg 28 Sophie Carle "100% d'amour" French
  • Jean-Pierre Goussaud
  • Jean-Michel Bériat
  • Patrick Jaymes
10
464 3   France 27 Annick Thoumazeau "Autant d'amoureux que d'étoiles" French
8
465 4   Spain 24 Bravo "Lady, Lady" Spanish[d]
3
466 5   Norway 24 Dollie de Luxe "Lenge leve livet" Norwegian 17
467 6   United Kingdom 27 Belle and the Devotions "Love Games" English
7
468 7   Cyprus 4 Andy Paul "Anna Maria Lena" (Άννα Μαρία Λένα) Greek Andy Paul 15
469 8   Belgium 29 Jacques Zegers "Avanti la vie" French[g] 5
470 9   Ireland 19 Linda Martin "Terminal 3" English Seán Sherrard 2
471 10   Denmark 17 Hot Eyes "Det' lige det" Danish 4
472 11   Netherlands 29 Maribelle "Ik hou van jou" Dutch
  • Peter van Asten
  • Richard de Bois
13
473 12   Yugoslavia 20 Vlado and Isolda "Ciao, amore" Serbo-Croatian
  • Slobodan Bučevac
  • Milan Perić
18
474 13   Austria 23 Anita "Einfach weg" German
  • Brigitte Seuberth
  • Walter Müller
19 ◁
475 14   Germany 29 Mary Roos "Aufrecht geh'n" German
13
476 15   Turkey 7 Beş Yıl Önce, On Yıl Sonra "Halay" Turkish
  • Selçuk Başar
  • Ülkü Aker
12
477 16   Finland 23 Kirka "Hengaillaan" Finnish
  • Jukka Siikavire
  • Jussi Tuominen
9
478 17    Switzerland 29 Rainy Day [fr] "Welche Farbe hat der Sonnenschein?" German Günter Loose 16
479 18   Italy 27 Alice and Franco Battiato "I treni di Tozeur" Italian[e]
5
480 19   Portugal 20 Maria Guinot "Silêncio e tanta gente" Portuguese Maria Guinot 11
Eurovision Song Contest 1985[71][72]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
481 1   Ireland 20 Maria Christian "Wait Until the Weekend Comes" English Brendan Graham 6
482 2   Finland 24 Sonja Lumme "Eläköön elämä" Finnish
  • Petri Laaksonen
  • Veli-Pekka Lehto
9
483 3   Cyprus 5 Lia Vissi "To katalava arga" (Το κατάλαβα αργά) Greek Lia Vissi 16
484 4   Denmark 18 Hot Eyes "Sku' du spørg' fra no'en?" Danish 11
485 5   Spain 25 Paloma San Basilio "La fiesta terminó" Spanish Juan Carlos Calderón 14
486 6   France 28 Roger Bens "Femme dans ses rêves aussi" French Didier Pascalis 10
487 7   Turkey 8 MFÖ "Didai didai dai" Turkish 14
488 8   Belgium 30 Linda Lepomme "Laat me nu gaan" Dutch
  • Pieter Verlinden
  • Bert Vivier
19 ◁
489 9   Portugal 21 Adelaide "Penso em ti, eu sei" Portuguese
18
490 10   Germany 30 Wind "Für alle" German Hanne Haller 2
491 11   Israel 11 Izhar Cohen "Olé, Olé" (עולה, עולה) Hebrew
5
492 12   Italy 28 Al Bano and Romina Power "Magic Oh Magic" Italian
7
493 13   Norway 25 Bobbysocks! "La det swinge" Norwegian Rolf Løvland 1
494 14   United Kingdom 28 Vikki "Love Is…" English
4
495 15    Switzerland 30 Mariella Farré and Pino Gasparini [de] "Piano, piano" German
12
496 16   Sweden 25 Kikki Danielsson "Bra vibrationer" Swedish 3
497 17   Austria 24 Gary Lux "Kinder dieser Welt" German 8
498 18   Luxembourg 29 Margo [nl], Franck Olivier, Diane Solomon,
Ireen Sheer, Malcolm Roberts and Chris Roberts
"Children, Kinder, Enfants" French
13
499 19   Greece 9 Takis Biniaris "Miazoume" (Μοιάζουμε) Greek
16
Eurovision Song Contest 1986[73][74]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
500 1   Luxembourg 30 Sherisse Laurence "L'amour de ma vie" French
3
501 2   Yugoslavia 21 Doris Dragović "Željo moja" (Жељо моја) Serbo-Croatian Zrinko Tutić 11
502 3   France 29 Cocktail Chic "Européennes" French
  • Georges Costa
  • Michel Costa
  • Daniel Costa
17
503 4   Norway 26 Ketil Stokkan "Romeo" Norwegian Ketil Stokkan 12
504 5   United Kingdom 29 Ryder "Runner in the Night" English
  • Brian Wade
  • Maureen Darbyshire
7
505 6   Iceland 1 ICY "Gleðibankinn" Icelandic Magnús Eiríksson 16
506 7   Netherlands 30 Frizzle Sizzle "Alles heeft ritme" Dutch
  • Peter Schön
  • Rob ten Bokum
13
507 8   Turkey 9 Klips ve Onlar "Halley" Turkish[c][d][g] 9
508 9   Spain 26 Cadillac "Valentino" Spanish José María Guzmán 10
509 10    Switzerland 31 Daniela Simons "Pas pour moi" French 2
510 11   Israel 12 Moti Giladi and Sarai Tzuriel [he] "Yavo Yom" (יבוא יום) Hebrew
  • Yoram Zadok
  • Moti Giladi
19
511 12   Ireland 21 Luv Bug "You Can Count On Me" English Kevin Sheerin 4
512 13   Belgium 31 Sandra Kim "J'aime la vie" French
  • Jean-Pierre Furnémont
  • Angelo Crisci
  • Rosario Marino Atria
1
513 14   Germany 31 Ingrid Peters "Über die Brücke geh'n" German Hans Blum 8
514 15   Cyprus 6 Elpida "Tora zo" (Τώρα ζω) Greek
  • Peter Yiannakis
  • Phivos Gavris
20 ◁
515 16   Austria 25 Timna Brauer "Die Zeit ist einsam" German
18
516 17   Sweden 26 Lasse Holm and Monica Törnell "E' de' det här du kallar kärlek?" Swedish Lasse Holm 5
517 18   Denmark 19 Lise Haavik "Du er fuld af løgn" Danish John Hatting 6
518 19   Finland 25 Kari Kuivalainen "Never the End" Finnish Kari Kuivalainen 15
519 20   Portugal 22 Dora "Não sejas mau para mim" Portuguese
  • Guilherme Inês
  • Zé da Ponte
  • Luís Oliveira
14
Eurovision Song Contest 1987[75][76]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
520 1   Norway 27 Kate Gulbrandsen "Mitt liv" Norwegian 9
521 2   Israel 13 Datner [he] and Kushnir "Shir Habatlanim" (שיר הבטלנים) Hebrew Zohar Laskov 8
522 3   Austria 26 Gary Lux "Nur noch Gefühl" German
  • Kenneth Westmore
  • Stefanie Werger
20
523 4   Iceland 2 Halla Margrét "Hægt og hljótt" Icelandic Valgeir Guðjónsson 16
524 5   Belgium 32 Liliane Saint-Pierre "Soldiers of Love" Dutch[d]
11
525 6   Sweden 27 Lotta Engberg "Boogaloo" Swedish
  • Mikael Wendt
  • Christer Lundh
12
526 7   Italy 29 Umberto Tozzi and Raf "Gente di mare" Italian 3
527 8   Portugal 23 Nevada "Neste barco à vela" Portuguese
  • Alfredo Azinheira
  • Jorge Mendes
18
528 9   Spain 27 Patricia Kraus "No estás solo" Spanish
19
529 10   Turkey 10 Seyyal Taner and Lokomotif "Şarkım Sevgi Üstüne" Turkish Olcayto Ahmet Tuğsuz 22 ◁
530 11   Greece 10 Bang "Stop" (Στοπ) Greek
10
531 12   Netherlands 31 Marcha "Rechtop in de wind" Dutch Peter Koelewijn 5
532 13   Luxembourg 31 Plastic Bertrand "Amour, amour" French
21
533 14   United Kingdom 30 Rikki "Only the Light" English Richard Peebles 13
534 15   France 30 Christine Minier "Les mots d'amour n'ont pas de dimanche" French
  • Marc Minier
  • Gérard Curci
14
535 16   Germany 32 Wind "Laß die Sonne in dein Herz" German 2
536 17   Cyprus 7 Alexia [el] "Aspro mavro" (Άσπρο μαύρο) Greek
  • Andros Papapavlou
  • Maria Papapavlou
7
537 18   Finland 26 Vicky Rosti "Sata salamaa" Finnish
  • Petri Laaksonen
  • Veli-Pekka Lehto
15
538 19   Denmark 20 Anne-Cathrine Herdorf and Bandjo [da] "En lille melodi" Danish
  • Helge Engelbrecht
  • Jacob Jonia
5
539 20   Ireland 22 Johnny Logan "Hold Me Now" English Seán Sherrard 1
540 21   Yugoslavia 22 Novi fosili "Ja sam za ples" (Ја сам за плес) Serbo-Croatian[d]
4
541 22    Switzerland 32 Carol Rich "Moitié, moitié" French Jean-Jacques Egli 17
Eurovision Song Contest 1988[77][78]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
542 1   Iceland 3 Beathoven [is] "Þú og þeir (Sókrates)" Icelandic Sverrir Stormsker 16
543 2   Sweden 28 Tommy Körberg "Stad i ljus" Swedish Py Bäckman 12
544 3   Finland 27 Boulevard "Nauravat silmät muistetaan" Finnish
20
545 4   United Kingdom 31 Scott Fitzgerald "Go" English Julie Forsyth 2
546 5   Turkey 11 MFÖ "Sufi" Turkish 15
547 6   Spain 28 La Década "La chica que yo quiero (Made in Spain)" Spanish
  • Enrique Peiró
  • Francisco Dondiego
11
548 7   Netherlands 32 Gerard Joling "Shangri-La" Dutch Peter de Wijn 9
549 8   Israel 14 Yardena Arazi "Ben Adam" (בן אדם) Hebrew
7
550 9    Switzerland 33 Céline Dion "Ne partez pas sans moi" French 1
551 10   Ireland 23 Jump the Gun "Take Him Home" English Peter Eades 8
552 11   Germany 33 Maxi and Chris Garden [de] "Lied für einen Freund" German 14
553 12   Austria 27 Wilfried "Lisa Mona Lisa" German
21 ◁
554 13   Denmark 21 Hot Eyes "Ka' du se hva' jeg sa'?" Danish 3
555 14   Greece 11 Afroditi Frida "Clown" (Κλόουν) Greek Dimitris Sakislis 17
556 15   Norway 28 Karoline Krüger "For vår jord" Norwegian 5
557 16   Belgium 33 Reynaert "Laissez briller le soleil" French
18
558 17   Luxembourg 32 Lara Fabian "Croire" French
  • Jacques Cardona
  • Alain Garcia
4
559 18   Italy 30 Luca Barbarossa "Vivo (Ti scrivo)" Italian Luca Barbarossa 12
560 19   France 31 Gérard Lenorman "Chanteur de charme" French
10
561 20   Portugal 24 Dora "Voltarei" Portuguese
18
562 21   Yugoslavia 23 Srebrna krila "Mangup" (Мангуп) Serbo-Croatian
6
Eurovision Song Contest 1989[79][80]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
563 1   Italy 31 Anna Oxa and Fausto Leali "Avrei voluto" Italian
9
564 2   Israel 15 Gili and Galit [he] "Derekh Hamelekh" (דרך המלך) Hebrew Shaike Paikov 12
565 3   Ireland 24 Kiev Connolly and the Missing Passengers [de] "The Real Me" English Kiev Connolly 18
566 4   Netherlands 33 Justine Pelmelay "Blijf zoals je bent" Dutch 15
567 5   Turkey 12 Pan "Bana Bana" Turkish Timur Selçuk 21
568 6   Belgium 34 Ingeborg "Door de wind" Dutch Stef Bos 19
569 7   United Kingdom 32 Live Report "Why Do I Always Get It Wrong" English
  • John Beeby
  • Brian Hodgson
2
570 8   Norway 29 Britt Synnøve Johansen "Venners nærhet" Norwegian
  • Inge Enoksen
  • Leiv Grøtte
17
571 9   Portugal 25 Da Vinci "Conquistador" Portuguese
16
572 10   Sweden 29 Tommy Nilsson "En dag" Swedish 4
573 11   Luxembourg 33 Park Café "Monsieur" French
20
574 12   Denmark 22 Birthe Kjær "Vi maler byen rød" Danish 3
575 13   Austria 28 Thomas Forstner "Nur ein Lied" German 5
576 14   Finland 28 Anneli Saaristo "La dolce vita" Finnish
  • Matti Puurtinen
  • Turkka Mali
7
577 15   France 32 Nathalie Pâque "J'ai volé la vie" French
  • Guy Mattéoni
  • G.G. Candy
  • Sylvain Lebel
8
578 16   Spain 29 Nina "Nacida para amar" Spanish Juan Carlos Calderón 6
579 17   Cyprus 8 Fani Polymeri [el] and Yiannis Savvidakis [el] "Apopse as vrethoume" (Απόψε ας βρεθούμε) Greek
  • Marios Meletiou
  • Efi Meletiou
11
580 18    Switzerland 34 Furbaz "Viver senza tei" Romansh Marie Louise Werth 13
581 19   Greece 12 Marianna "To diko sou asteri" (Το δικό σου αστέρι) Greek
9
582 20   Iceland 4 Daníel Ágúst Haraldsson "Það sem enginn sér" Icelandic Valgeir Guðjónsson 22 ◁
583 21   Germany 34 Nino de Angelo "Flieger" German 14
584 22   Yugoslavia 24 Riva "Rock Me" Serbo-Croatian[d]
1

1990sEdit

 
Linda Martin performed the first of three consecutive Eurovision winners for Ireland in the 1990s.
 
Edyta Górniak performed Poland's first Eurovision entry in 1994.
 
Tor Endresen received nul points for his entry in 1997, the fourth Norwegian act to achieve this feat.
 
Dana International earned Israel's third Eurovision victory in 1998, and became the contest's first transgender winner.[81]
Eurovision Song Contest 1990[82][83]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
585 1   Spain 30 Azúcar Moreno "Bandido" Spanish
  • Raúl Orellana
  • Jaime Stinus
  • José Luis Abel
5
586 2   Greece 13 Christos Callow and Wave "Horis skopo" (Χωρίς σκοπό) Greek
  • Giorgos Palaiokastriris
  • Giorgos Papagiannakis
19
587 3   Belgium 35 Philippe Lafontaine "Macédomienne" French Philippe Lafontaine 12
588 4   Turkey 13 Kayahan "Gözlerinin Hapsindeyim" Turkish Kayahan Açar 17
589 5   Netherlands 34 Maywood "Ik wil alles met je delen" Dutch Alice May 15
590 6   Luxembourg 34 Céline Carzo "Quand je te rêve" French
  • Jean-Charles France
  • Thierry Delianis
13
591 7   United Kingdom 33 Emma "Give a Little Love Back to the World" English Paul Curtis 6
592 8   Iceland 5 Stjórnin "Eitt lag enn" Icelandic
  • Hörður G. Ólafsson
  • Aðalsteinn Ásberg Sigurðsson
4
593 9   Norway 30 Ketil Stokkan "Brandenburger Tor" Norwegian Ketil Stokkan 21 ◁
594 10   Israel 16 Rita "Shara Barkhovot" (שרה ברחובות) Hebrew 18
595 11   Denmark 23 Lonnie Devantier "Hallo Hallo" Danish 8
596 12    Switzerland 35 Egon Egemann "Musik klingt in die Welt hinaus" German Cornelia Lackner 11
597 13   Germany 35 Chris Kempers and Daniel Kovac "Frei zu leben" German 9
598 14   France 33 Joëlle Ursull "White and Black Blues" French
2
599 15   Yugoslavia 25 Tajči "Hajde da ludujemo" (Хајде да лудујемо) Serbo-Croatian
7
600 16   Portugal 26 Nucha "Há sempre alguém" Portuguese
  • Jan van Dijck
  • Luís Filipe
  • Francisco Teotónio Pereira
  • Frederico Teotónio Pereira
20
601 17   Ireland 25 Liam Reilly "Somewhere in Europe" English Liam Reilly 2
602 18   Sweden 30 Edin-Ådahl "Som en vind" Swedish Mikael Wendt 16
603 19   Italy 32 Toto Cutugno "Insieme: 1992" Italian Toto Cutugno 1
604 20   Austria 29 Simone "Keine Mauern mehr" German[c][d][k]
  • Marc Berry
  • Nanna Berry
  • Mario Botazzi
10
605 21   Cyprus 9 Haris Anastasiou "Milas poli" (Μιλάς πολύ) Greek
  • John Vickers
  • Haris Anastasiou
14
606 22   Finland 29 Beat "Fri?" Swedish
  • Kim Engblom
  • Janne Engblom
  • Tina Krause
  • Stina Engblom
21 ◁
Eurovision Song Contest 1991[84][85]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
607 1   Yugoslavia 26 Baby Doll "Brazil" (Бразил) Serbo-Croatian
21
608 2   Iceland 6 Stefán and Eyfi [is] "Nína" Icelandic Eyjólfur Kristjánsson 15
609 3   Malta 4 Paul Giordimaina [de] and Georgina "Could It Be" English
  • Paul Abela
  • Raymond Mahoney
6
610 4   Greece 14 Sophia Vossou "I anixi" (Η άνοιξη) Greek Andreas Mikroutsikos 13
611 5    Switzerland 36 Sandra Simó "Canzone per te" Italian Renato Mascetti 5
612 6   Austria 30 Thomas Forstner "Venedig im Regen" German
  • Robby Musenbichler
  • Hubert Moser
  • Wolfgang Eltner
22 ◁
613 7   Luxembourg 35 Sarah Bray [fr] "Un baiser volé" French
  • Patrick Hippert
  • Linda Lecomte
  • Mick Wersant
14
614 8   Sweden 31 Carola "Fångad av en stormvind" Swedish Stephan Berg 1
615 9   France 34 Amina "C'est le dernier qui a parlé qui a raison" French 2
616 10   Turkey 14 İzel Çeliköz, Reyhan Karaca and Can Uğurluer "İki Dakika" Turkish
12
617 11   Ireland 26 Kim Jackson "Could It Be That I'm in Love" English Liam Reilly 10
618 12   Portugal 27 Dulce "Lusitana paixão" Portuguese
  • Jorge Quintela
  • Fred Micaelo
  • Zé da Ponte
8
619 13   Denmark 24 Anders Frandsen "Lige der hvor hjertet slår" Danish Michael Elo 19
620 14   Norway 31 Just 4 Fun "Mrs. Thompson" Norwegian
  • P.G. Roness
  • Kaare Skevik
  • Dag Kolsrud
17
621 15   Israel 17 Duo Datz "Kan" (כאן) Hebrew Uzi Hitman 3
622 16   Finland 30 Kaija "Hullu yö" Finnish
20
623 17   Germany 36 Atlantis 2000 "Dieser Traum darf niemals sterben" German
  • Alfons Weindorf
  • Helmut Frey
18
624 18   Belgium 36 Clouseau "Geef het op" Dutch 16
625 19   Spain 31 Sergio Dalma "Bailar pegados" Spanish
  • Julio Seijas
  • Luis Gómez Escolar
4
626 20   United Kingdom 34 Samantha Janus "A Message to Your Heart" English Paul Curtis 10
627 21   Cyprus 10 Elena Patroklou "SOS" Greek
  • Kypros Charalambous
  • Andreas Christou
9
628 22   Italy 33 Peppino di Capri "Comme è ddoce 'o mare" Neapolitan
7
Eurovision Song Contest 1992[86][87]
# R/O Country # Artist Song Language Songwriter(s) Placing
629 1   Spain 32 Serafín "Todo esto es la música" Spanish
  • Luis Miguélez
  • Alfredo Valbuena
14
630 2   Belgium 37 Morgane "Nous, on veut des violons" French
20
631 3   Israel 18 Dafna "Ze Rak Sport" (זה רק ספורט) Hebrew 6
632 4   Turkey 15 Aylin Vatankoş "Yaz Bitti" Turkish
  • Aldoğan Şimşekyay
  • Aylin Uçanlar
19
633 5   Greece 15 Cleopatra "Olou tou kosmou i Elpida" (Όλου του κόσμου η Ελπίδα) Greek Christos Lagos 5
634 6   France 35 Kali "Monté la riviè" French, Antillean Creole
8
635 7   Sweden 32 Christer Björkman "I morgon är en annan dag" Swedish Niklas Strömstedt 22
636 8   Portugal 28 Dina "Amor d'água fresca" Portuguese 17
637 9   Cyprus 11 Evridiki "Teriazoume" (Ταιριάζουμε) Greek George Theofanous 11
638 10   Malta 5 Mary Spiteri "Little Child" English
3
639 11   Iceland 7 Heart 2 Heart "Nei eða já" Icelandic 7
640 12   Finland 31 Pave "Yamma, yamma" Finnish 23 ◁
641 13    Switzerland 37 Daisy Auvray [de] "Mister Music Man" French Gordon Dent 15
642 14   Luxembourg 36 Marion Welter and Kontinent "Sou fräi" Luxembourgish
  • Jang Linster
  • Ab van Goor
21
643 15   Austria 31 Tony Wegas "Zusammen geh'n" German 10
644 16   United Kingdom 35 Michael Ball "One Step Out of Time" English
  • Tony Ryan
  • Paul Davies
  • Victor Stratton
2
645 17   Ireland 27 Linda Martin "Why Me?" English 1
646 18   Denmark 25 Lotte Nilsson [da] and Kenny Lübcke [da] "Alt det som ingen ser" Danish Carsten Warming 12
647 19   Italy 34 Mia Martini "Rapsodia" Italian
4
648 20   Yugoslavia 27 Extra Nena [sr] "Ljubim te pesmama" (Љубим те песмама) Serbian
  • Radivoje Radivojević
  • Gale Janković
13
649 21   Norway 32 Merethe Trøan "Visjoner" Norwegian
  • Robert Morley
  • Eva Jansen
18
650 22   Germany 37 Wind "Träume sind für alle da" German 16
651 23