Ranking of Spain in all Eurovision Festivals: from 2021 to 1961

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Spain has been last five times and has only won twice

Spain debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961 and has not missed a single edition since. Every year a Spanish artist or group has represented the country in the competition, reaching very different positions, from first to last place.

Spain, in particular, was in last place five times, with singers Víctor Balaguer (1962), Conchita Bautista (1965), Remedios Amaya (1983), Lydia (1999) and Manel Navarro (2017).

The victory was more difficult to achieve and Spanish artists only won the Eurovision Song Contest twice: in 1968 with Massiel’s ‘La, la, la’, and in 1969 with Salomé’s ‘Vivo cantando’.

This is how Spain’s results have been in the Eurovision Song Contest every year since 1961:

1961 Position 9. Conchita Bautista – ‘Being with you’.

1962 Position 13. Víctor Balaguer – ‘Call Me’

1963 Rank 12. Jose Guardiola – ‘Something Wonderful’

1964 Position 12 The TNT – ‘Caracola’

1965 Position 15. Conchita Bautista – ‘How good, how good!’

1966 Position 7. Raphael – ‘I’m the one’

1967 Position 6. Raphael – ‘Let’s Talk About Love’

1968 Position. Massiel- ‘The, the, the’

1969 Position 1. Salomé – ‘I live singing’

1970 Place 4. Julio Iglesias – Gwendolyne

1971 Position 2. Karina – ‘In a new world’

1972 Position 10. Jaime Morey – ‘Amanence’

1973 Position 2. Mocedades – ‘It’s You’

1974 Position 9. Peret – ‘Sing and be happy’

1975 Rank 10. Sergio and Estíbaliz – ‘You’ll be back’

1976 Position 16. Braulio – ‘There are enough words’

1977 Position 9. Micky – ‘Teach me to sing’

1978 Position 9. José Vélez – ‘Let’s dance a waltz’

1979 Place 2. Betty Missiego – ‘Her Song’

1980 Place 12. Clean Wheat – ‘Stay Tonight’

1981 Position 14. José María Macchelli – ‘And only you’

1982 Place 10. Lucia – ‘He’

1983 Position 19. Remedios Amaya – ‘Who’s steering my boat?’

1984 Place 3. Bravo – ‘Lady, lady’

1985 Position 14. Paloma San Basilio – ‘The party is over’

1986 Place 10. Cadillac – ‘Valentino’

1987 Position 19. Patricia Kraus – ‘You are not alone’

1988 Position 11. The Wonderful Decade – ‘Made in Spain (The girl I love)’

1989 Place 6. Nina – ‘Born to Love’

1990 Position 5. Brown Sugar – ‘Bandido’

1991 Position 4. Sergio Dalma – ‘Dancing close’

1992 Position 14. Serafín Zubiri – ‘This is all music’

1993 Position 11. Eva Santamaria – ‘Men’

1994 Position 18. Alejandro Abad – ‘She’s Not Her’

nineteen ninety five Position 2. Anabel Conde – ‘Come back to me’

1996 Position 20. Antonio Carbonell – ‘Oh, what a wish!’

1997 Position 6. Marcos Llunas – ‘Without rancor’

1998 Seat 16. Milek Herzog – ‘What would I do without you?’

1999 Place 23. Lydia – ‘I don’t want to listen’

2000 Rank 18. Serafín Zubiri – ‘Hung on a dream’

2001 Position 6. David Civera – ‘Tell her I love her’

2002 Position 7. Rosa López – ‘Europe Lives a Party’

2003 Position 8. Beth Rodergas – ‘Tell Me’

2004 Position 10. Ramón del Castillo – ‘To fill me with you’

2005 Position 21. Son de sol – ‘Witchcraft’

2006 Post 21. Las Ketchup – ‘A Bloodymary’

2007 Place 20. D’Nash – ‘I love you my life’

2008 Position 16. Rodolfo Chikilicuatre – ‘Dance the Chiki-chiki’

2009 Position 24. Soraya Arnelas – ‘The night is mine’

2010 Position 15. Daniel Diges – ‘Something Small’

2011 Position 23. Lucía Pérez – ‘Let them take my dance away’

2012 Position 10. Pastora Soler – ‘Stay with me’

2013 Position 25. The Dream of Morpheus – ‘With you to the end’

2014 Position 10. Ruth Lorenzo – ‘Dancing in the Rain’

2015 Position 21. Edurne – ‘Sunrise’

2016 Place 22. Barei – ‘Say Yay!’

2017 Position 26. Manel Navarro – ‘Do it for your lover’

2018 Position 23. Amaia and Aldred – ‘Your song’

2019 Position 22. Miki Núñez – ‘The Bandage’

2020 party cancelled. Blas Canto – ‘Universe’

2021 Position 24. Blas Cantó – ‘I stay’

2022 Post 3. Chanel – ‘SloMo’

Source: La Verdad

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