Andorra
Andorra
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Andorra

Full name
Principality of Andorra
Capital
Andorra la Vella
Participations
6
First participation
2004 (Marta Roure)
Victories
None
Hosts
Never hosted
Broadcasters
RTVA

Andorra made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004. One of the smallest countries in the competition, Andorra sits in the in the high mountains of the Pyrenees between France and Spain. The capital city is Andorra la Vella.

Andorra debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 alongside Albania, Belarus and Serbia and Montenegro. In the 2004 and 2005, Andorra selected their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest through an internal selection. From 2006 Andorran broadcaster RTVA held a large reality contest to select its entry for Eurovision Song Contest. 

In 2005 Marian van de Wal represented Andorra but is originally from The Netherlands. Jenny, who represented Andorra in 2006 was originally from Spain and Gisela, Andorra's 2008 participant previously entered Eurovision as a backing singer for Spain in 2002. 

As of 2018, Andorra is the only country to have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest but never qualified for the Grand Final. Andorra last participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009. 

Susanne Georgi

Susanne Georgi

La Teva Decisió (Get A Life)

Participation history

Marta Roure
Jugarem A Estimar-nos
Semi-Final
12 points 18th
Marian van de Wal
La Mirada Interior
Semi-Final
27 points 23rd
Jennifer
Sense Tu
Semi-Final
8 points 23rd
Anonymous
Salvem El Món
Semi-Final
80 points 12th
Gisela
Casanova
First Semi-Final
22 points 16th
Susanne Georgi
La Teva Decisió (Get A Life)
First Semi-Final
8 points 15th

Updates about 🇦🇩 Andorra

maNga from Turkey finished first in the Semi-Final, but second in the Grand Final

Out of sight but not out of mind

3 years ago

Life After Eurovision: Part One

6 years ago

A look back at Andorra

8 years ago

Wrap-up: Andorra with world-famous star

11 years ago