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The Czech Republic became independent in 1993 following the so-called Velvet Divorce which saw it separate from Slovakia, but it wasn't until 2007 that the country joined the Eurovision Song Contest. The capital, Prague, is one of the most popular destinations for city breaks in Europe.

The Czech Republic's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest is organized through public broadcaster Czech Television. In 2007, a national final was held to determine the Czech entry for Eurovision, after which many internal selections have taken place. Czech Television launched a national selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest and hosted Eurovision Young Dancers in Prague in 2017.

The Czech Republic have yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest.

Participation history

Event Contestant Song Place
Turin 2022
Lights Off
Semi-Final
4th - 227 points
Grand Final
22nd - 38 points
Rotterdam 2021
omaga
Semi-Final
15th - 23 points
Rotterdam 2020
Kemama
Tel Aviv 2019
Friend of a Friend
Semi-Final
2nd - 242 points
Grand Final
11th - 157 points
Lisbon 2018
Lie To Me
Semi-Final
3rd - 232 points
Grand Final
6th - 281 points
Kyiv 2017
My Turn
Semi-Final
13th - 83 points
Stockholm 2016
I Stand
Semi-Final
9th - 161 points
Grand Final
25th - 41 points
Vienna 2015
Hope Never Dies
Semi-Final
13th - 33 points
Moscow 2009
Aven Romale
Semi-Final
18th - 0 points
Belgrade 2008
Have Some Fun
Semi-Final
18th - 9 points
Helsinki 2007
Malá Dáma
Semi-Final
28th - 1 point