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Slovakia

Slovakia

Slovakia first joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Slovakia became and independent country in 1993 following the so-called Velvet Divorce which saw the peaceful dissolution of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia first attempted to enter the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 but failed to qualify for the final. The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava.

After Slovakia's three appearances in the Eurovision Song Contest in the 1990s, the country withdrew from the competition but returned in 2009. Since the Semi-Finals were introduced Slovakia has never qualified for the Grand Final.
After the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Slovakia withdrew from the competition and has not participated since.

The basics

Full country name
Slovak Republic
Capital
Bratislava

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

Featured participant

Event
Represented by
Song
PointsRank
Dublin 1994Martin Durinda and TublatankaNekovecná Piesen1519
Oslo 1996Marcel PalonderKým Nás Máš1918
Birmingham 1998Katarína HasprováModlitba821
Moscow 2009Kamil Mikulčík & Nela PociskováLeť Tmou
Second Semi-Final818
Oslo 2010Kristina PelakovaHorehronie
First Semi-Final2416
Düsseldorf 2011TWiiNSI'm Still Alive
Second Semi-Final4813
Baku 2012Max Jason MaiDon't Close Your Eyes
Second Semi-Final2218

Slovakia first joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Slovakia became and independent country in 1993 following the so-called Velvet Divorce which saw the peaceful dissolution of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia first attempted to enter the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 but failed to qualify for the final. The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava.

After Slovakia's three appearances in the Eurovision Song Contest in the 1990s, the country withdrew from the competition but returned in 2009. Since the Semi-Finals were introduced Slovakia has never qualified for the Grand Final.
After the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Slovakia withdrew from the competition and has not participated since.

The basics

Full country name
Slovak Republic
Capital
Bratislava

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

Featured participant

Event
Represented by
Song
PointsRank
Dublin 1994Martin Durinda and TublatankaNekovecná Piesen1519
Oslo 1996Marcel PalonderKým Nás Máš1918
Birmingham 1998Katarína HasprováModlitba821
Moscow 2009Kamil Mikulčík & Nela PociskováLeť Tmou
Second Semi-Final818
Oslo 2010Kristina PelakovaHorehronie
First Semi-Final2416
Düsseldorf 2011TWiiNSI'm Still Alive
Second Semi-Final4813
Baku 2012Max Jason MaiDon't Close Your Eyes
Second Semi-Final2218

The basics

Full country name
Slovak Republic
Capital
Bratislava

Facts

Victories
None
Hosts
None

Slovakia first joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994. Slovakia became and independent country in 1993 following the so-called Velvet Divorce which saw the peaceful dissolution of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia first attempted to enter the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 but failed to qualify for the final. The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava.

After Slovakia's three appearances in the Eurovision Song Contest in the 1990s, the country withdrew from the competition but returned in 2009. Since the Semi-Finals were introduced Slovakia has never qualified for the Grand Final.
After the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Slovakia withdrew from the competition and has not participated since.

Featured participant

Event
Represented by
Song
PointsRank
Dublin 1994Martin Durinda and TublatankaNekovecná Piesen1519
Oslo 1996Marcel PalonderKým Nás Máš1918
Birmingham 1998Katarína HasprováModlitba821
Moscow 2009Kamil Mikulčík & Nela PociskováLeť Tmou
Second Semi-Final818
Oslo 2010Kristina PelakovaHorehronie
First Semi-Final2416
Düsseldorf 2011TWiiNSI'm Still Alive
Second Semi-Final4813
Baku 2012Max Jason MaiDon't Close Your Eyes
Second Semi-Final2218
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Osram
Official Partner
The Native
Official Partner
Turismo de Portugal
Official Partner
Super Bock
Official Airline
Vueling Airlines
Eurovision, operated by EBU
© European Broadcasting Union 2002-2018.All rights reserved. Website by Scrn.
Official Lighting Partner
Osram
Official Partner
The Native
Official Partner
Turismo de Portugal
Official Partner
Super Bock
Official Airline
Vueling Airlines
Eurovision, operated by EBU
© European Broadcasting Union 2002-2018.All rights reserved. Website by Scrn.
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