14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018

Serbia & Montenegro

Serbia & Montenegro

Serbia & Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2004. In 2006 Serbia and Montenegro both became independent countries in their own right and entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007.

Željko Joksimović represented Serbia & Montenegro in 2004 finishing second with the song Lane Moje. He returned in 2012 representing Serbia. In 2005 the boy band No Name represented Serbia & Montenegro Zauvijek moja, finishing seventh in the Grand Final.
Serbia & Montenegro was due to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 but later withdrew from the competition. The country did however vote during the Grand Final.

Facts

First participation
2004 (ŽŽeljko Joksimović)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Serbia & Montenegro
Capital
Belgrade
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004ŽŽeljko JoksimovićLane Moje
Grand Final2632
Semi-Final2631
Kyiv 2005No NameZauvijek Moja
Grand Final1377
Athens 2006Withdrew from the competition, but still voted
Semi-Final24

Serbia & Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2004. In 2006 Serbia and Montenegro both became independent countries in their own right and entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007.

Željko Joksimović represented Serbia & Montenegro in 2004 finishing second with the song Lane Moje. He returned in 2012 representing Serbia. In 2005 the boy band No Name represented Serbia & Montenegro Zauvijek moja, finishing seventh in the Grand Final.
Serbia & Montenegro was due to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 but later withdrew from the competition. The country did however vote during the Grand Final.

The basics

Full country name
Serbia & Montenegro
Capital
Belgrade

Facts

First participation
2004 (ŽŽeljko Joksimović)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004ŽŽeljko JoksimovićLane Moje
Grand Final2632
Semi-Final2631
Kyiv 2005No NameZauvijek Moja
Grand Final1377
Athens 2006Withdrew from the competition, but still voted
Semi-Final24

The basics

Full country name
Serbia & Montenegro
Capital
Belgrade

Facts

First participation
2004 (ŽŽeljko Joksimović)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Serbia & Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2004. In 2006 Serbia and Montenegro both became independent countries in their own right and entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007.

Željko Joksimović represented Serbia & Montenegro in 2004 finishing second with the song Lane Moje. He returned in 2012 representing Serbia. In 2005 the boy band No Name represented Serbia & Montenegro Zauvijek moja, finishing seventh in the Grand Final.
Serbia & Montenegro was due to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 but later withdrew from the competition. The country did however vote during the Grand Final.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Istanbul 2004ŽŽeljko JoksimovićLane Moje
Grand Final2632
Semi-Final2631
Kyiv 2005No NameZauvijek Moja
Grand Final1377
Athens 2006Withdrew from the competition, but still voted
Semi-Final24