Dare to Dream

14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018

Belarus joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest. The country qualified for the Grand Final in 2007 for the first time, when Dmitry Koldun scored the best ever placing for Belarus, sixth.

Over the years Belarus has used a combination of internal selections and national finals to choose its Eurovision Song Contest entry. Whilst Belarus has never won the Eurovision Song Contest, Alexander Rybak, the winner of the 2009 contest for Norway is actually from Belarus originally.
The country has achieved great success in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest winning the competition twice, in 2005 and 2007. The country hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in the capital Minsk in 2010 and will also host the 2018 edition of the competition. Ice hockey and football are most popular sports in Belarus.

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Belarus
Capital
Minsk

Featured participant

Belarus
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004Aleksandra & KonstantinMy Galileo
Semi-Final1019
Kyiv 2005Angelica AgurbashLove Me Tonight
Semi-Final6713
Athens 2006Polina SmolovaMum
Semi-Final1022
Helsinki 2007Dmitry KoldunWork Your Magic
Semi-Final1764
Grand Final1456
Belgrade 2008Ruslan AlehnoHasta La Vista
Second Semi-Final2717
Moscow 2009Petr ElfimovEyes That Never Lie
First Semi-Final2513
Oslo 20103+2Butterflies
Grand Final1824
First Semi-Final599
Düsseldorf 2011Anastasiya VinnikovaI Love Belarus
Second Semi-Final4514
Baku 2012LitesoundWe Are The Heroes
Second Semi-Final3516
Malmö 2013Alyona LanskayaSolayoh
Grand Final4816
First Semi-Final647
Copenhagen 2014TeoCheesecake
Second Semi-Final875
Grand Final4316
Vienna 2015Uzari&MaimunaTime
First Semi-Final3912
Stockholm 2016IVANHelp You Fly
Second Semi-Final8412
Kyiv 2017NavibandStory of My Life
Second Semi-Final1109
Grand Final8317
Lisbon 2018ALEKSEEVFOREVER
First Semi-Final6516
Tel Aviv 2019

Belarus joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest. The country qualified for the Grand Final in 2007 for the first time, when Dmitry Koldun scored the best ever placing for Belarus, sixth.

Over the years Belarus has used a combination of internal selections and national finals to choose its Eurovision Song Contest entry. Whilst Belarus has never won the Eurovision Song Contest, Alexander Rybak, the winner of the 2009 contest for Norway is actually from Belarus originally.
The country has achieved great success in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest winning the competition twice, in 2005 and 2007. The country hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in the capital Minsk in 2010 and will also host the 2018 edition of the competition. Ice hockey and football are most popular sports in Belarus.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Belarus
Capital
Minsk

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

Featured participant

Belarus
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004Aleksandra & KonstantinMy Galileo
Semi-Final1019
Kyiv 2005Angelica AgurbashLove Me Tonight
Semi-Final6713
Athens 2006Polina SmolovaMum
Semi-Final1022
Helsinki 2007Dmitry KoldunWork Your Magic
Semi-Final1764
Grand Final1456
Belgrade 2008Ruslan AlehnoHasta La Vista
Second Semi-Final2717
Moscow 2009Petr ElfimovEyes That Never Lie
First Semi-Final2513
Oslo 20103+2Butterflies
Grand Final1824
First Semi-Final599
Düsseldorf 2011Anastasiya VinnikovaI Love Belarus
Second Semi-Final4514
Baku 2012LitesoundWe Are The Heroes
Second Semi-Final3516
Malmö 2013Alyona LanskayaSolayoh
Grand Final4816
First Semi-Final647
Copenhagen 2014TeoCheesecake
Second Semi-Final875
Grand Final4316
Vienna 2015Uzari&MaimunaTime
First Semi-Final3912
Stockholm 2016IVANHelp You Fly
Second Semi-Final8412
Kyiv 2017NavibandStory of My Life
Second Semi-Final1109
Grand Final8317
Lisbon 2018ALEKSEEVFOREVER
First Semi-Final6516
Tel Aviv 2019

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Belarus
Capital
Minsk

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

Belarus joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest. The country qualified for the Grand Final in 2007 for the first time, when Dmitry Koldun scored the best ever placing for Belarus, sixth.

Over the years Belarus has used a combination of internal selections and national finals to choose its Eurovision Song Contest entry. Whilst Belarus has never won the Eurovision Song Contest, Alexander Rybak, the winner of the 2009 contest for Norway is actually from Belarus originally.
The country has achieved great success in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest winning the competition twice, in 2005 and 2007. The country hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in the capital Minsk in 2010 and will also host the 2018 edition of the competition. Ice hockey and football are most popular sports in Belarus.

Featured participant

Belarus
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004Aleksandra & KonstantinMy Galileo
Semi-Final1019
Kyiv 2005Angelica AgurbashLove Me Tonight
Semi-Final6713
Athens 2006Polina SmolovaMum
Semi-Final1022
Helsinki 2007Dmitry KoldunWork Your Magic
Semi-Final1764
Grand Final1456
Belgrade 2008Ruslan AlehnoHasta La Vista
Second Semi-Final2717
Moscow 2009Petr ElfimovEyes That Never Lie
First Semi-Final2513
Oslo 20103+2Butterflies
Grand Final1824
First Semi-Final599
Düsseldorf 2011Anastasiya VinnikovaI Love Belarus
Second Semi-Final4514
Baku 2012LitesoundWe Are The Heroes
Second Semi-Final3516
Malmö 2013Alyona LanskayaSolayoh
Grand Final4816
First Semi-Final647
Copenhagen 2014TeoCheesecake
Second Semi-Final875
Grand Final4316
Vienna 2015Uzari&MaimunaTime
First Semi-Final3912
Stockholm 2016IVANHelp You Fly
Second Semi-Final8412
Kyiv 2017NavibandStory of My Life
Second Semi-Final1109
Grand Final8317
Lisbon 2018ALEKSEEVFOREVER
First Semi-Final6516
Tel Aviv 2019