Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
Sweden 2021 Reaction
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Sweden in Eurovision
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Sweden 2020 Reaction
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Sweden 2019 Live Performance Reaction
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Sweden 2019 Reaction
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Euro-play 2021 Results
Your most favourite song from Sweden in Eurovision is
Euphoria by Loreen(2012) with 36% of the votes
Waterloo by ABBA(1974) is on the 2nd place with 12.8% of the votes
And Undo by Sanna Nielsen(2014) is on the 3rd place with 12% of the votes
Listen to your most favourite song!
Sweden has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 59 times since making its debut in 1958, missing only three contests since then (1964, 1970 and 1976). Since 1959, the Swedish entry has been chosen through an annual televised competition, known since 1967 as Melodifestivalen. At the 1997 contest, Sweden was one of the first five countries to adopt televoting. Sweden is the only country to have hosted the event in five different decades, three times in Stockholm (1975, 2000, 2016), twice in Malmö (1992, 2013) and once in Gothenburg (1985). Sweden is one of the most successful competing nations at the Eurovision Song Contest, with a total of six victories, second only to Ireland’s seven wins, and has the most top five results of the 21st century, with 11. In total, Sweden has achieved 25 top five results in the contest. After finishing second with Lill Lindfors and Svante Thuresson in 1966, Sweden went on to achieve its six victories with ABBA (1974), Herreys (1984), Carola (1991), Charlotte Nilsson (1999), Loreen (2012) and Måns Zelmerlöw (2015).