Countries

Every country that has taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest, listed by their current name. Statistics go up to the last broadcast Contest in 2022 but exclude the cancelled Contest in 2020.

CountrySongsPerformers knownPer song
Albania 18674.78
Andorra 6235.33
Armenia 14535.07
Australia 7273.86
Austria 541413.96
Azerbaijan 14635.5
Belarus 16835.94
Belgium 642043.94
Bosnia & Herzegovina 19665.42
Bulgaria 14544.86
Croatia 271175.33
Cyprus 381505.24
Czech Republic 10515.1
Denmark 501814.9
Estonia 271054.74
Finland 551884.18
France 651613.86
Georgia 14554.93
Germany 662094.5
Greece 421885.02
Hungary 17684.41
Iceland 341325.65
Ireland 551914.35
Israel 441735.05
Italy 481163.27
Latvia 221005.09
Lithuania 22734.18
Luxembourg 38773.61
Malta 341284.56
Moldova 17675.47
Monaco 24432.63
Montenegro 12565
Morocco 135
Netherlands 632144.02
North Macedonia 21825.14
Norway 601794.47
Poland 241125.33
Portugal 531924.57
Romania 221045.27
Russia 23935.61
San Marino 12615.67
Serbia 14585.57
Serbia & Montenegro 2126
Slovakia 7305.14
Slovenia 27984.81
Spain 612414.8
Sweden 612034.59
Switzerland 631633.95
Turkey 341545.03
Ukraine 17655.24
United Kingdom 642604.81
Yugoslavia 27793.41

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