Ukraine
The roof of Olympiskiy stadium in Kyiv
Countries

Ukraine

Full name
Ukraine
Capital
Kyiv
Participations
16
First participation
2003 (Olexandr)
Broadcasters
NTU UA:PBC

Ukraine first entered the contest in 2003 and rapidly became one of the most successful countries in the competition.

In 15 appearances at the Eurovision Song Contest, Ukraine has never missed a Grand Final. 9 of those 14 entries have finished in the top 10, 5 have finished in the top 3, and 2 have been winners.

Ruslana became Ukraine’s first winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 and the Contest was held in the capital Kyiv the following year. Jamala scored Ukraine’s second victory in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016.

In 2019, Ukraine had to withdraw after broadcaster UA:PBC was unable to come to an agreement with the winner, number 2 and 3 of Vidbir 2019, their national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

The country won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 and hosted the event in both 2009 and 2013.

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Participation history

Olexandr
Hasta La Vista
Final
30 points 14th
Ruslana
Wild Dances
qualified
Semi-Final
256 points 2nd
🏆
Grand Final
280 points 1st
Greenjolly
Razom Nas Bahato
Grand Final
30 points 19th
Tina Karol
Show Me Your Love
qualified
Semi-Final
146 points 7th
Grand Final
145 points 7th
Verka Serduchka
Dancing Lasha Tumbai
Grand Final
235 points 2nd
Ani Lorak
Shady Lady
qualified
Second Semi-Final
152 points 1st
Grand Final
230 points 2nd
Svetlana Loboda
Be my Valentine! (Anti-crisis Girl)
qualified
Second Semi-Final
80 points 6th
Grand Final
76 points 12th
Alyosha
Sweet People
qualified
Second Semi-Final
77 points 7th
Grand Final
108 points 10th
Mika Newton
Angel
qualified
Second Semi-Final
81 points 6th
Grand Final
159 points 4th
Gaitana
Be My Guest
qualified
Second Semi-Final
64 points 8th
Grand Final
65 points 15th
Zlata Ognevich
Gravity
qualified
First Semi-Final
140 points 3rd
Grand Final
214 points 3rd
Mariya Yaremchuk
Tick - Tock
qualified
First Semi-Final
118 points 5th
Grand Final
113 points 6th
Jamala
1944
qualified
Second Semi-Final
287 points 2nd
🏆
Grand Final
534 points 1st
O.Torvald
Time
Grand Final
36 points 24th
MELOVIN
Under The Ladder
qualified
Second Semi-Final
179 points 6th
Grand Final
130 points 17th

Updates about 🇺🇦 Ukraine

Press photos Go_A (Ukraine 2020)

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1 week ago
Tina Karol represented Ukraine with the song 'Show Me Your Love' in 2006

Show Your Love for Tina Karol

4 months ago
Ukraine's Eurovision 2020 representative Go_A

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8 months ago
'Vidbir 2020' final

Go_A will represent Ukraine in Rotterdam

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