Dare to Dream

14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018

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

In fourteen appearances at the Eurovision Song Contest, Ukraine has never missed a Grand Final. Nine of those 14 entries have finished in the top 10, five have finished in the top three, and two 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.
The country has also won the the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 and hosted the event in both 2009 and 2013.

The basics

Full country name
Ukraine
Capital
Kyiv

Featured participant

Ukraine
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Riga 2003OlexandrHasta La Vista3014
Istanbul 2004RuslanaWild Dances
Grand Final2801
Semi-Final2562
Kyiv 2005GreenjollyRazom Nas Bahato
Grand Final3019
Athens 2006Tina KarolShow Me Your Love
Semi-Final1467
Grand Final1457
Helsinki 2007Verka SerduchkaDancing Lasha Tumbai
Grand Final2352
Belgrade 2008Ani LorakShady Lady
Grand Final2302
Second Semi-Final1521
Moscow 2009Svetlana LobodaBe my Valentine! (Anti-crisis Girl)
Second Semi-Final806
Grand Final7612
Oslo 2010AlyoshaSweet People
Grand Final10810
Second Semi-Final777
Düsseldorf 2011Mika NewtonAngel
Second Semi-Final816
Grand Final1594
Baku 2012GaitanaBe My Guest
Second Semi-Final648
Grand Final6515
Malmö 2013Zlata OgnevichGravity
Grand Final2143
First Semi-Final1403
Copenhagen 2014Mariya YaremchukTick - Tock
First Semi-Final1185
Grand Final1136
Stockholm 2016Jamala1944
Grand Final5341
Second Semi-Final2872
Kyiv 2017O.TorvaldTime
Grand Final3624
Lisbon 2018MELOVINUnder The Ladder
Second Semi-Final1796
Grand Final13017
Tel Aviv 2019

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

In fourteen appearances at the Eurovision Song Contest, Ukraine has never missed a Grand Final. Nine of those 14 entries have finished in the top 10, five have finished in the top three, and two 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.
The country has also won the the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 and hosted the event in both 2009 and 2013.

The basics

Full country name
Ukraine
Capital
Kyiv

Featured participant

Ukraine
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Riga 2003OlexandrHasta La Vista3014
Istanbul 2004RuslanaWild Dances
Grand Final2801
Semi-Final2562
Kyiv 2005GreenjollyRazom Nas Bahato
Grand Final3019
Athens 2006Tina KarolShow Me Your Love
Semi-Final1467
Grand Final1457
Helsinki 2007Verka SerduchkaDancing Lasha Tumbai
Grand Final2352
Belgrade 2008Ani LorakShady Lady
Grand Final2302
Second Semi-Final1521
Moscow 2009Svetlana LobodaBe my Valentine! (Anti-crisis Girl)
Second Semi-Final806
Grand Final7612
Oslo 2010AlyoshaSweet People
Grand Final10810
Second Semi-Final777
Düsseldorf 2011Mika NewtonAngel
Second Semi-Final816
Grand Final1594
Baku 2012GaitanaBe My Guest
Second Semi-Final648
Grand Final6515
Malmö 2013Zlata OgnevichGravity
Grand Final2143
First Semi-Final1403
Copenhagen 2014Mariya YaremchukTick - Tock
First Semi-Final1185
Grand Final1136
Stockholm 2016Jamala1944
Grand Final5341
Second Semi-Final2872
Kyiv 2017O.TorvaldTime
Grand Final3624
Lisbon 2018MELOVINUnder The Ladder
Second Semi-Final1796
Grand Final13017
Tel Aviv 2019

The basics

Full country name
Ukraine
Capital
Kyiv

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

In fourteen appearances at the Eurovision Song Contest, Ukraine has never missed a Grand Final. Nine of those 14 entries have finished in the top 10, five have finished in the top three, and two 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.
The country has also won the the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 and hosted the event in both 2009 and 2013.

Featured participant

Ukraine
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Riga 2003OlexandrHasta La Vista3014
Istanbul 2004RuslanaWild Dances
Grand Final2801
Semi-Final2562
Kyiv 2005GreenjollyRazom Nas Bahato
Grand Final3019
Athens 2006Tina KarolShow Me Your Love
Semi-Final1467
Grand Final1457
Helsinki 2007Verka SerduchkaDancing Lasha Tumbai
Grand Final2352
Belgrade 2008Ani LorakShady Lady
Grand Final2302
Second Semi-Final1521
Moscow 2009Svetlana LobodaBe my Valentine! (Anti-crisis Girl)
Second Semi-Final806
Grand Final7612
Oslo 2010AlyoshaSweet People
Grand Final10810
Second Semi-Final777
Düsseldorf 2011Mika NewtonAngel
Second Semi-Final816
Grand Final1594
Baku 2012GaitanaBe My Guest
Second Semi-Final648
Grand Final6515
Malmö 2013Zlata OgnevichGravity
Grand Final2143
First Semi-Final1403
Copenhagen 2014Mariya YaremchukTick - Tock
First Semi-Final1185
Grand Final1136
Stockholm 2016Jamala1944
Grand Final5341
Second Semi-Final2872
Kyiv 2017O.TorvaldTime
Grand Final3624
Lisbon 2018MELOVINUnder The Ladder
Second Semi-Final1796
Grand Final13017
Tel Aviv 2019