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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.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Armenia
Capital
Yerevan

Facts

First participation
2006 (André)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Athens 2006AndréWithout Your Love
Semi-Final1506
Grand Final1298
Helsinki 2007HaykoAnytime You Need
Grand Final1388
Belgrade 2008SirushoQele, Qele
First Semi-Final1392
Grand Final1994
Moscow 2009Inga & AnushJan Jan
First Semi-Final995
Grand Final9210
Oslo 2010Eva RivasApricot Stone
Grand Final1417
Second Semi-Final836
Düsseldorf 2011EmmyBoom Boom
First Semi-Final5412
Malmö 2013DoriansLonely Planet
Grand Final4118
Second Semi-Final697
Copenhagen 2014Aram MP3Not Alone
First Semi-Final1214
Grand Final1744
Vienna 2015GenealogyFace The Shadow
First Semi-Final777
Grand Final3416
Stockholm 2016Iveta MukuchyanLoveWave
Grand Final2497
First Semi-Final2432
Kyiv 2017ArtsvikFly With Me
First Semi-Final1527
Grand Final7918
Lisbon 2018Sevak KhanagyanQami
First Semi-Final7915

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.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Armenia
Capital
Yerevan

Facts

First participation
2006 (André)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Athens 2006AndréWithout Your Love
Semi-Final1506
Grand Final1298
Helsinki 2007HaykoAnytime You Need
Grand Final1388
Belgrade 2008SirushoQele, Qele
First Semi-Final1392
Grand Final1994
Moscow 2009Inga & AnushJan Jan
First Semi-Final995
Grand Final9210
Oslo 2010Eva RivasApricot Stone
Grand Final1417
Second Semi-Final836
Düsseldorf 2011EmmyBoom Boom
First Semi-Final5412
Malmö 2013DoriansLonely Planet
Grand Final4118
Second Semi-Final697
Copenhagen 2014Aram MP3Not Alone
First Semi-Final1214
Grand Final1744
Vienna 2015GenealogyFace The Shadow
First Semi-Final777
Grand Final3416
Stockholm 2016Iveta MukuchyanLoveWave
Grand Final2497
First Semi-Final2432
Kyiv 2017ArtsvikFly With Me
First Semi-Final1527
Grand Final7918
Lisbon 2018Sevak KhanagyanQami
First Semi-Final7915

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Armenia
Capital
Yerevan

Facts

First participation
2006 (André)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

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.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Athens 2006AndréWithout Your Love
Semi-Final1506
Grand Final1298
Helsinki 2007HaykoAnytime You Need
Grand Final1388
Belgrade 2008SirushoQele, Qele
First Semi-Final1392
Grand Final1994
Moscow 2009Inga & AnushJan Jan
First Semi-Final995
Grand Final9210
Oslo 2010Eva RivasApricot Stone
Grand Final1417
Second Semi-Final836
Düsseldorf 2011EmmyBoom Boom
First Semi-Final5412
Malmö 2013DoriansLonely Planet
Grand Final4118
Second Semi-Final697
Copenhagen 2014Aram MP3Not Alone
First Semi-Final1214
Grand Final1744
Vienna 2015GenealogyFace The Shadow
First Semi-Final777
Grand Final3416
Stockholm 2016Iveta MukuchyanLoveWave
Grand Final2497
First Semi-Final2432
Kyiv 2017ArtsvikFly With Me
First Semi-Final1527
Grand Final7918
Lisbon 2018Sevak KhanagyanQami
First Semi-Final7915