Armenia
Countries

Armenia

Participations
13
First participation
2006 (André)
Victories
None
Hosts
Never hosted
Broadcasters
ARMTV AMPTV
Armenia entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2006. Their debut entry was called 'Without Your Love' and was performed by Andre which reached eighth in the Grand Final.


Armenia has some of the oldest churches in the world, dating back to the fourth century and the capital city is Yerevan. 

Armenia has yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest but has strong record of qualifying, having only missed the Grand Final once, in 2011. In 2008 Armenia's Sirusho won the Marcel Bezençon Fan Award for her song Qélé, Qélé.

The country hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 after winning in 2010. Armenian broadcaster AMPTV launched a new national selection, Depi Evratesil (Armenian: Դեպի Եվրատեսիլ; "Towards Eurovision") for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, and the same format was used in 2018.

Participation history

André
Without Your Love
qualifier
Semi-Final
150 points 6th
Grand Final
129 points 8th
Hayko
Anytime You Need
Grand Final
138 points 8th
Sirusho
Qele, Qele
qualifier
First Semi-Final
139 points 2nd
Grand Final
199 points 4th
Inga & Anush
Jan Jan
qualifier
First Semi-Final
99 points 5th
Grand Final
92 points 10th
Eva Rivas
Apricot Stone
qualifier
Second Semi-Final
83 points 6th
Grand Final
141 points 7th
Emmy
Boom Boom
First Semi-Final
54 points 12th
Dorians
Lonely Planet
qualifier
Second Semi-Final
69 points 7th
Grand Final
41 points 18th
Aram MP3
Not Alone
qualifier
First Semi-Final
121 points 4th
Grand Final
174 points 4th
Genealogy
Face The Shadow
qualifier
First Semi-Final
77 points 7th
Grand Final
34 points 16th
Iveta Mukuchyan
LoveWave
qualifier
First Semi-Final
243 points 2nd
Grand Final
249 points 7th
Artsvik
Fly With Me
qualifier
First Semi-Final
152 points 7th
Grand Final
79 points 18th
Sevak Khanagyan
Qami
First Semi-Final
79 points 15th
Srbuk
Walking Out
Second Semi-Final
49 points 16th

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