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Serbia entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. Previously Serbia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia as well as Serbia and Montenegro. The country won with its debut entry in 2007 and hosted the competition in the capital Belgrade the following year.

Serbia previously participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia from 1961-1992 and then entered the contest as Serbia and Montenegro between 2004 and 2006. When Serbia won the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest it became only the second country to win the competition with a debut entry since Switzerland's victory at the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956.
Serbia has enjoyed success in the contest over the past ten years although it has only failed to qualify three times, missing out on a spot in the Grand Final by a small margin on each occasion. With Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro yet to score a Eurovision victory, Serbia remains the most successful country from the former Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Serbia
Capital
Belgrade
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Marija ŠerifovićMolitva
Semi-Final2981
Grand Final2681
Belgrade 2008Jelena Tomašević feat. Bora DugicOro
Grand Final1606
Moscow 2009Marko Kon & MilaanCipela
Second Semi-Final6010
Oslo 2010Milan StankovićOvo Je Balkan
Grand Final7213
First Semi-Final795
Düsseldorf 2011NinaČaroban
First Semi-Final678
Grand Final8514
Baku 2012Željko JoksimovićNije Ljubav Stvar
Second Semi-Final1592
Grand Final2143
Malmö 2013Moje 3Ljubav Je Svuda
First Semi-Final4611
Vienna 2015Bojana StamenovBeauty Never Lies
First Semi-Final639
Grand Final5310
Stockholm 2016Sanja Vučić ZAAGoodbye (Shelter)
Grand Final11518
Second Semi-Final10510
Kyiv 2017Tijana BogićevićIn Too Deep
Second Semi-Final9811
Lisbon 2018Sanja Ilić & BalkanikaNova Deca
Second Semi-Final1179
Grand Final11319

Serbia entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. Previously Serbia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia as well as Serbia and Montenegro. The country won with its debut entry in 2007 and hosted the competition in the capital Belgrade the following year.

Serbia previously participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia from 1961-1992 and then entered the contest as Serbia and Montenegro between 2004 and 2006. When Serbia won the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest it became only the second country to win the competition with a debut entry since Switzerland's victory at the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956.
Serbia has enjoyed success in the contest over the past ten years although it has only failed to qualify three times, missing out on a spot in the Grand Final by a small margin on each occasion. With Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro yet to score a Eurovision victory, Serbia remains the most successful country from the former Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Serbia
Capital
Belgrade
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Marija ŠerifovićMolitva
Semi-Final2981
Grand Final2681
Belgrade 2008Jelena Tomašević feat. Bora DugicOro
Grand Final1606
Moscow 2009Marko Kon & MilaanCipela
Second Semi-Final6010
Oslo 2010Milan StankovićOvo Je Balkan
Grand Final7213
First Semi-Final795
Düsseldorf 2011NinaČaroban
First Semi-Final678
Grand Final8514
Baku 2012Željko JoksimovićNije Ljubav Stvar
Second Semi-Final1592
Grand Final2143
Malmö 2013Moje 3Ljubav Je Svuda
First Semi-Final4611
Vienna 2015Bojana StamenovBeauty Never Lies
First Semi-Final639
Grand Final5310
Stockholm 2016Sanja Vučić ZAAGoodbye (Shelter)
Grand Final11518
Second Semi-Final10510
Kyiv 2017Tijana BogićevićIn Too Deep
Second Semi-Final9811
Lisbon 2018Sanja Ilić & BalkanikaNova Deca
Second Semi-Final1179
Grand Final11319

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Serbia
Capital
Belgrade

Serbia entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. Previously Serbia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia as well as Serbia and Montenegro. The country won with its debut entry in 2007 and hosted the competition in the capital Belgrade the following year.

Serbia previously participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia from 1961-1992 and then entered the contest as Serbia and Montenegro between 2004 and 2006. When Serbia won the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest it became only the second country to win the competition with a debut entry since Switzerland's victory at the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956.
Serbia has enjoyed success in the contest over the past ten years although it has only failed to qualify three times, missing out on a spot in the Grand Final by a small margin on each occasion. With Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro yet to score a Eurovision victory, Serbia remains the most successful country from the former Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Marija ŠerifovićMolitva
Semi-Final2981
Grand Final2681
Belgrade 2008Jelena Tomašević feat. Bora DugicOro
Grand Final1606
Moscow 2009Marko Kon & MilaanCipela
Second Semi-Final6010
Oslo 2010Milan StankovićOvo Je Balkan
Grand Final7213
First Semi-Final795
Düsseldorf 2011NinaČaroban
First Semi-Final678
Grand Final8514
Baku 2012Željko JoksimovićNije Ljubav Stvar
Second Semi-Final1592
Grand Final2143
Malmö 2013Moje 3Ljubav Je Svuda
First Semi-Final4611
Vienna 2015Bojana StamenovBeauty Never Lies
First Semi-Final639
Grand Final5310
Stockholm 2016Sanja Vučić ZAAGoodbye (Shelter)
Grand Final11518
Second Semi-Final10510
Kyiv 2017Tijana BogićevićIn Too Deep
Second Semi-Final9811
Lisbon 2018Sanja Ilić & BalkanikaNova Deca
Second Semi-Final1179
Grand Final11319