14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018

Poland joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Poland finished second in its debut year, which to date, remains the best placing for the country.

Poland has never made the top five in the Eurovision Song Contest since its debut but has qualified for the Grand Final every year since 2014.
The Eurovision Song Contest remains a popular event in Poland and in 2016 the country won Eurovision Young Musicians. In 2017 Poland won Eurovision Young Dancers for the second time in a row. In 2017 the country also scored its best ever placing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Facts

First participation
1994 (Edyta Górniak)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Dublin 1994Edyta GórniakTo Nie Ja!1662
Dublin 1995JustynaSama1518
Oslo 1996Kasia KowalskaChce Znac Swój Grzech3115
Dublin 1997Anna Maria JopekAle Jestem5411
Birmingham 1998SixteenTo Takie Proste1917
Jerusalem 1999Mietek (Mieczyslaw) SzczesniakPrzytul Mnie Mocno1718
Copenhagen 2001Piasek2 Long1120
Riga 2003Ich TrojeKeine Grenzen - Zadnych Granic907
Istanbul 2004Blue CafeLove Song
Grand Final2717
Kyiv 2005Ivan & DelfinCzarna Dziewczyna
Semi-Final8111
Athens 2006Ich TrojeFollow My Heart
Semi-Final7011
Helsinki 2007The Jet SetTime To Party
Semi-Final7514
Belgrade 2008Isis GeeFor Life
First Semi-Final4210
Grand Final1424
Moscow 2009Lidia KopaniaI Don't Wanna Leave
Second Semi-Final4312
Oslo 2010Marcin MrozińskiLegenda
First Semi-Final4413
Düsseldorf 2011Magdalena TulJestem
First Semi-Final1819
Copenhagen 2014Donatan & CleoMy Słowianie - We Are Slavic
Second Semi-Final708
Grand Final6214
Vienna 2015Monika KuszyńskaIn The Name Of Love
Second Semi-Final578
Grand Final1023
Stockholm 2016Michał SzpakColor Of Your Life
Grand Final2298
Second Semi-Final1516
Kyiv 2017Kasia MośFlashlight
First Semi-Final1199
Grand Final6422
Lisbon 2018Gromee feat. Lukas MeijerLight Me Up
Second Semi-Final8114

Poland joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Poland finished second in its debut year, which to date, remains the best placing for the country.

Poland has never made the top five in the Eurovision Song Contest since its debut but has qualified for the Grand Final every year since 2014.
The Eurovision Song Contest remains a popular event in Poland and in 2016 the country won Eurovision Young Musicians. In 2017 Poland won Eurovision Young Dancers for the second time in a row. In 2017 the country also scored its best ever placing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw

Facts

First participation
1994 (Edyta Górniak)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Dublin 1994Edyta GórniakTo Nie Ja!1662
Dublin 1995JustynaSama1518
Oslo 1996Kasia KowalskaChce Znac Swój Grzech3115
Dublin 1997Anna Maria JopekAle Jestem5411
Birmingham 1998SixteenTo Takie Proste1917
Jerusalem 1999Mietek (Mieczyslaw) SzczesniakPrzytul Mnie Mocno1718
Copenhagen 2001Piasek2 Long1120
Riga 2003Ich TrojeKeine Grenzen - Zadnych Granic907
Istanbul 2004Blue CafeLove Song
Grand Final2717
Kyiv 2005Ivan & DelfinCzarna Dziewczyna
Semi-Final8111
Athens 2006Ich TrojeFollow My Heart
Semi-Final7011
Helsinki 2007The Jet SetTime To Party
Semi-Final7514
Belgrade 2008Isis GeeFor Life
First Semi-Final4210
Grand Final1424
Moscow 2009Lidia KopaniaI Don't Wanna Leave
Second Semi-Final4312
Oslo 2010Marcin MrozińskiLegenda
First Semi-Final4413
Düsseldorf 2011Magdalena TulJestem
First Semi-Final1819
Copenhagen 2014Donatan & CleoMy Słowianie - We Are Slavic
Second Semi-Final708
Grand Final6214
Vienna 2015Monika KuszyńskaIn The Name Of Love
Second Semi-Final578
Grand Final1023
Stockholm 2016Michał SzpakColor Of Your Life
Grand Final2298
Second Semi-Final1516
Kyiv 2017Kasia MośFlashlight
First Semi-Final1199
Grand Final6422
Lisbon 2018Gromee feat. Lukas MeijerLight Me Up
Second Semi-Final8114

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw

Facts

First participation
1994 (Edyta Górniak)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Poland joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Poland finished second in its debut year, which to date, remains the best placing for the country.

Poland has never made the top five in the Eurovision Song Contest since its debut but has qualified for the Grand Final every year since 2014.
The Eurovision Song Contest remains a popular event in Poland and in 2016 the country won Eurovision Young Musicians. In 2017 Poland won Eurovision Young Dancers for the second time in a row. In 2017 the country also scored its best ever placing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Dublin 1994Edyta GórniakTo Nie Ja!1662
Dublin 1995JustynaSama1518
Oslo 1996Kasia KowalskaChce Znac Swój Grzech3115
Dublin 1997Anna Maria JopekAle Jestem5411
Birmingham 1998SixteenTo Takie Proste1917
Jerusalem 1999Mietek (Mieczyslaw) SzczesniakPrzytul Mnie Mocno1718
Copenhagen 2001Piasek2 Long1120
Riga 2003Ich TrojeKeine Grenzen - Zadnych Granic907
Istanbul 2004Blue CafeLove Song
Grand Final2717
Kyiv 2005Ivan & DelfinCzarna Dziewczyna
Semi-Final8111
Athens 2006Ich TrojeFollow My Heart
Semi-Final7011
Helsinki 2007The Jet SetTime To Party
Semi-Final7514
Belgrade 2008Isis GeeFor Life
First Semi-Final4210
Grand Final1424
Moscow 2009Lidia KopaniaI Don't Wanna Leave
Second Semi-Final4312
Oslo 2010Marcin MrozińskiLegenda
First Semi-Final4413
Düsseldorf 2011Magdalena TulJestem
First Semi-Final1819
Copenhagen 2014Donatan & CleoMy Słowianie - We Are Slavic
Second Semi-Final708
Grand Final6214
Vienna 2015Monika KuszyńskaIn The Name Of Love
Second Semi-Final578
Grand Final1023
Stockholm 2016Michał SzpakColor Of Your Life
Grand Final2298
Second Semi-Final1516
Kyiv 2017Kasia MośFlashlight
First Semi-Final1199
Grand Final6422
Lisbon 2018Gromee feat. Lukas MeijerLight Me Up
Second Semi-Final8114