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Media accreditation for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is now closed. 

Those who have applied will informed before the Media Centre opens on Monday 8 May if they have been successful.

All those who have applied should read the Accreditation Handbook, Privacy Notice and Terms and Conditions 

Please check the On-Site Information page for info regarding access to rehearsals, stand up positions etc at the arena in Liverpool.


The Accreditation Centre will be located outside the venue on arrival, in front of the Arena and the Convention Centre. The venue address is ACC Liverpool, King's Dock, Port of Liverpool, Kings Dock St, Liverpool L3 4FP.

Media representatives can collect their badges between Sunday 30 April and Saturday 13 May.

The Accreditation Centre is open from:

30 April to 6 May07:00 to 20:00
7 May12:00 to 14:00
8 May07:00 to 19:00
9 to 11 May08:00 to 20:00
12 to 13 May06:00 to 20:00

Please remember to bring the same ID you registered with. You will only be able to collect your own accreditation. 

Access Entitlement

Access is only permitted with a valid Accreditation Card. Within the venue, the Accreditation Card is scanned upon arrival and departure of the premises, and/or visually checked by designated security staff to ensure that accredited individuals’ access is limited to the areas to which they are entitled.. Filming during the Event is reserved for Accredited Press and designated persons of the Delegations only. Use of wireless equipment (e.g., microphones and cameras) is strictly prohibited on the premises at all times and may be confiscated by the Host Broadcaster or EBU staff. 

Accreditation Card

The Accreditation Card is strictly personal, not transferable and not valid as a show ticket. It is mandatory to carry the card visibly at all times within the venue/premises. Only performing artists are allowed to take off their card within the vicinity of, or on the stage, upon instruction of the production crew. The card is the property of ESC 2023 and EBU/BBC reserves the right to withdraw or deactivate a card should it be deemed necessary. By carrying the card, you accept the Terms and Conditions for accredited individuals, as available on You also agree to follow instructions from Safety and Security staff.

Damage or Loss

In case of loss or theft of the Accreditation Card, this must be reported immediately at the Accreditation Centre. The EBU and/or the Host Broadcaster may impose a charge of £50 to replace the card, as indicated in the ESC 2023 Terms and Conditions. If you find an Accreditation Card, please hand it over to the Accreditation Centre immediately.

Page Updated 26 April 2023