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San Marino is one of the smallest countries in the world, surrounded by Italy, and is said to be the world's oldest surviving republic.

The 2008 Contest in Belgrade would stage San Marino’s debut entry; alt-rock group Miodio, composed of Sammarinese and Italian band members. Their song, Complice, may have finished last in its Semi-Final but not before picking up two points from fellow aspirational minnows Andorra.

Since their debut, the 'Most Serene Republic' has qualified for the Grand Final on three occasions: Valentina Monetta (in 2014 with the Ralph Siegel produced track Maybe), Serhat (in 2019 with Say Na Na Na) and Senhit (in 2021 with the track Adrenalina).

Participation history

Event Contestant Song Place
Turin 2022
Stripper
Semi-Final
14th - 50 points
Rotterdam 2021
Adrenalina
Semi-Final
9th - 118 points
Grand Final
22nd - 50 points
Rotterdam 2020
Freaky!
Tel Aviv 2019
Say Na Na Na
Semi-Final
8th - 150 points
Grand Final
19th - 77 points
Lisbon 2018
Who We Are
Semi-Final
17th - 28 points
Kyiv 2017
Spirit of the Night
Semi-Final
18th - 1 point
Stockholm 2016
I Didn't Know
Semi-Final
12th - 68 points
Vienna 2015
Chain of Lights
Semi-Final
16th - 11 points
Copenhagen 2014
Maybe (Forse)
Semi-Final
10th - 40 points
Grand Final
24th - 14 points
Malmö 2013
Crisalide (Vola)
Semi-Final
11th - 47 points
Baku 2012
The Social Network Song (Oh Oh – Uh - Oh Oh)
Semi-Final
14th - 31 points
Düsseldorf 2011
Stand By
Semi-Final
16th - 34 points
Belgrade 2008
Complice
Semi-Final
19th - 5 points