## Statistics

- From the first contest held in 1956 in Switzerland to the 2020 edition in The Netherlands, escChat.com provides detailed information about every country, singer and song that has ever participated in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Choose a country or song below to get statistics about it. Or, look further down the page for more general overall Eurovision Song Contest statistics.

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## Statistics by country or song

Pick a country or song from the dropdown lists below to see their detailed statistical profile pages.

## All songs in the Eurovision Song Contest

You can see a list of all the songs that ever participated in the

**finals**or**semi finals**of the Eurovision Song Contest.## Songs that received points from a specific country

Choose a country from this list to discover all the songs that the selected country ever gave points to.

## Wins and losses

Most wins | Most last place finishes | ||
---|---|---|---|

Ireland won 7 times | Norway came last 11 times | ||

Sweden won 6 times | Finland came last 10 times | ||

France won 5 times | Switzerland came last 10 times | ||

Luxembourg won 5 times | Austria came last 9 times | ||

United Kingdom won 5 times | Belgium came last 8 times | ||

The Netherlands won 4 times | Germany came last 6 times | ||

Denmark won 3 times | The Netherlands came last 5 times | ||

Israel won 3 times | Spain came last 5 times | ||

Norway won 3 times | Latvia came last 4 times | ||

Austria won twice | Luxembourg came last 3 times | ||

Germany won twice | Malta came last 3 times | ||

Italy won twice | Portugal came last 3 times | ||

Spain won twice | Turkey came last 3 times | ||

Switzerland won twice | United Kingdom came last 3 times | ||

Ukraine won twice | Czech Republic came last twice | ||

Azerbaijan won once | Iceland came last twice | ||

Belgium won once | Ireland came last twice | ||

Estonia won once | Lithuania came last twice | ||

Finland won once | Monaco came last twice | ||

Greece won once | San Marino came last twice | ||

Latvia won once | Sweden came last twice | ||

Monaco won once | Andorra came last once | ||

Portugal won once | Cyprus came last once | ||

Russia won once | Denmark came last once | ||

Serbia won once | Estonia came last once | ||

Turkey won once | France came last once | ||

Yugoslavia won once | Georgia came last once | ||

Hungary came last once | |||

Italy came last once | |||

Moldova came last once | |||

Poland came last once | |||

Slovakia came last once | |||

Slovenia came last once | |||

Yugoslavia came last once |

## Nul points

Austria finished without scoring any points 4 times (1962, 1988, 1991, 2015) | |

Norway finished without scoring any points 4 times (1963, 1978, 1981, 1997) | |

Switzerland finished without scoring any points 4 times (1964, 1967, 1998, 2004 - SF) | |

Finland finished without scoring any points 3 times (1963, 1965, 1982) | |

Germany finished without scoring any points 3 times (1964, 1965, 2015) | |

Spain finished without scoring any points 3 times (1962, 1965, 1983) | |

Belgium finished without scoring any points twice (1962, 1965) | |

The Netherlands finished without scoring any points twice (1962, 1963) | |

Portugal finished without scoring any points twice (1964, 1997) | |

Turkey finished without scoring any points twice (1983, 1987) | |

Czech Republic finished without scoring any points once (2009 - SF) | |

Iceland finished without scoring any points once (1989) | |

Italy finished without scoring any points once (1966) | |

Lithuania finished without scoring any points once (1994) | |

Luxembourg finished without scoring any points once (1970) | |

Monaco finished without scoring any points once (1966) | |

Sweden finished without scoring any points once (1963) | |

United Kingdom finished without scoring any points once (2003) | |

Yugoslavia finished without scoring any points once (1964) |

## Friendly nations

These countries gave each other 12 points in at least

**50%**of the contests they have both entered. Both the finals and semi finals are counted here, so a country can potentially award 12 points twice to the same country in each contest.Andorra gave Spain 12 points 5 times (5 finals / 0 semis) in 6 contests. Spain gave Andorra 12 points 3 times (0 finals / 3 semis) in 6 contests. | |

Armenia gave Russia 12 points 8 times (5 finals / 3 semis) in 10 contests. Russia gave Armenia 12 points 7 times (3 finals / 4 semis) in 10 contests. | |

Azerbaijan gave Turkey 12 points 6 times (4 finals / 2 semis) in 5 contests. Turkey gave Azerbaijan 12 points 7 times (5 finals / 2 semis) in 5 contests. | |

Bosnia & Herzegovina gave Serbia 12 points 5 times (3 finals / 2 semis) in 7 contests. Serbia gave Bosnia & Herzegovina 12 points 5 times (4 finals / 1 semi) in 7 contests. | |

Cyprus gave Greece 12 points 24 times (21 finals / 3 semis) in 29 contests. Greece gave Cyprus 12 points 18 times (13 finals / 5 semis) in 29 contests. | |

Moldova gave Romania 12 points 14 times (9 finals / 5 semis) in 12 contests. Romania gave Moldova 12 points 10 times (7 finals / 3 semis) in 12 contests. |

## Unrequited lovers

This shows countries that gave the same country 12 points in at least

**50%**of the contests they have both entered but wherein the recipient country did not return the favour so often. As with the Friendly Nations statistic, both the finals and semi finals are counted here, so a country can potentially award 12 points twice to the same country in each contest.Albania gave Greece 12 points 9 times (6 finals / 3 semis) in 14 contests. Greece only gave Albania 12 points twice (0 finals / 2 semis) in 14 contests. | |

Andorra gave Portugal 12 points 4 times (0 finals / 4 semis) in 6 contests. Portugal never gave Andorra 12 points. | |

Belarus gave Russia 12 points 12 times (9 finals / 3 semis) in 13 contests. Russia only gave Belarus 12 points 4 times (2 finals / 2 semis) in 13 contests. | |

Croatia gave Serbia 12 points 5 times (2 finals / 3 semis) in 9 contests. Serbia only gave Croatia 12 points 3 times (0 finals / 3 semis) in 9 contests. | |

Czech Republic gave Armenia 12 points 3 times (2 finals / 1 semi) in 6 contests. Armenia never gave Czech Republic 12 points. | |

F.Y.R. Macedonia gave Albania 12 points 10 times (6 finals / 4 semis) in 14 contests. Albania only gave F.Y.R. Macedonia 12 points 4 times (0 finals / 4 semis) in 14 contests. | |

Lithuania gave Georgia 12 points 6 times (3 finals / 3 semis) in 10 contests. Georgia only gave Lithuania 12 points twice (2 finals / 0 semis) in 10 contests. | |

Malta gave Azerbaijan 12 points 5 times (4 finals / 1 semi) in 10 contests. Azerbaijan only gave Malta 12 points once (0 finals / 1 semi) in 10 contests. | |

Montenegro gave Serbia 12 points 5 times (4 finals / 1 semi) in 8 contests. Serbia only gave Montenegro 12 points twice (1 final / 1 semi) in 8 contests. | |

San Marino gave Greece 12 points 4 times (2 finals / 2 semis) in 8 contests. Greece never gave San Marino 12 points. | |

Slovenia gave Serbia 12 points 6 times (3 finals / 3 semis) in 10 contests. Serbia never gave Slovenia 12 points. |

## Most hosts

United Kingdom hosted 8 times (1960, 1963, 1968, 1972, 1974, 1977, 1982, 1998) | |

Ireland hosted 7 times (1971, 1981, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997) | |

Sweden hosted 6 times (1975, 1985, 1992, 2000, 2013, 2016) | |

Luxembourg hosted 4 times (1962, 1966, 1973, 1984) | |

The Netherlands hosted 4 times (1958, 1970, 1976, 1980) | |

Denmark hosted 3 times (1964, 2001, 2014) | |

France hosted 3 times (1959, 1961, 1978) | |

Germany hosted 3 times (1957, 1983, 2011) | |

Norway hosted 3 times (1986, 1996, 2010) | |

Austria hosted twice (1967, 2015) | |

Israel hosted twice (1979, 1999) | |

Italy hosted twice (1965, 1991) | |

Switzerland hosted twice (1956, 1989) | |

Ukraine hosted twice (2005, 2017) | |

Azerbaijan hosted once (2012) | |

Belgium hosted once (1987) | |

Estonia hosted once (2002) | |

Finland hosted once (2007) | |

Greece hosted once (2006) | |

Latvia hosted once (2003) | |

Portugal hosted once (2018) | |

Russia hosted once (2009) | |

Serbia hosted once (2008) | |

Spain hosted once (1969) | |

Turkey hosted once (2004) | |

Yugoslavia hosted once (1990) |