According to the rules of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, the songs must be original work of a maximum of three minutes that has not published, broadcasted or performed in public before the 1st of September 2010.
The form and address to send those works are included on TVP's site dedicated to the contest which also state, like last year, that the performer/s must have Polish citizenship, and that the composer/s and author/s must have Polish ancestry.
The jury selecting the finalists will be disclosed on the 22nd of December 2010, and one week later, on the 29th of December, TVP will announce the list of songs selected for their National Selection to take place, once again, on Valentine's Day, the 14th of February 2011.
The winner, who will represent Poland at the 56th Eurovision Song Contest in Germany, will be chosen by SMS-voting only.
Poland has not yet been crowned as the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, their best placing was achieved in their debut in 1994 thanks to Edyta Górniak's To Nie Ja.