Semi Form Guide

This page is a record of each country’s performance in Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals since the “seeded” two-semi structure was inaugurated in 2008.   The ranking is based on the last thirteen years of two seeded semi-finals. Countries are ranked firstly by qualification record percentage, and ties broken by average semi-final score.  So on each line is the qualification percentage and then average points.

eg :  Australia has qualified in 4 out of 5 semis and has a 80% qualification record.  It’s adjusted* average score in semis is 99.10  points.

*NB: due to “double points” being awarded from 2016 onwards we have halved the total scores for those years so the humungeous points don’t skew the averages.   Now updated after the 2022 allocation draw.  Semi One in Green, Semi Two in Red and countries not competing at Turin 2022 are in black.

01 Ukraine 100 108.15

02 Azerbaijan 92 96.29

03 Sweden 91 121.42

04 Russia 91 113.68

05 Greece 85 94.43

06 Norway 83 93.63

07 Bosnia 83 82.33

08 Turkey 80 100.40

09 Australia 80 99.10

10 Romania 75 84.25

11 Denmark 75 78.58

12 Armenia 73 82.09

13 Serbia 73 70.35

14 Hungary 73 65.82

15 Iceland 70 76.65

16 Israel 67 78.79

17 Cyprus 67 69.21

18 Moldova 62 70.04

19 Lithuania 62 63.12

20 Albania 62 59.40

21 Austria 56 65.61

22 Malta 54 72.34

23 Estonia 54 61.77

24 Finland 54 57.07

25 Portugal 50 72.80

26 Netherlands 50 64.04

27 Georgia 50 51.50

28 Belgium 46 66.42

29 Poland 45 50.55

30 Belarus 42 47.63

31 Bulgaria 40 74.50

32 Ireland 38 46.04

33 Slovenia 38 43.77

34 Czech Rep 37 51.57

35 Croatia 36 48.75

36 Switzerland 31 51.38

37 San Marino 30 38.30

38 N Macedonia 23 42.19

39 Latvia 23 39.11

40 Montenegro 20 34.90

41 Slovakia 0 25.50

42 Andorra 0 15.00