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Spain debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961, finishing 9th. Since 1999, Spain is one of the Big Five (along with France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Italy) and therefore automatically allowed to participate in the final.

Spain has won the contest twice, first in 1968 with the song La, La, La sung by Massiel and in 1969, when Salomé's Vivo Cantando was involved in a four-way tie with the Netherlands, France, and the United Kingdom. Spain has only hosted the contest once, in 1969, since lots were drawn after 1969's four-way tie, and the contest was hosted by the Netherlands. Spain has competed in the contest continuously since the country's debut in 1961, having already appeared in 52 consecutive contests. The only country with a longer run of uninterrupted Eurovision appearances is the United Kingdom, ever-present since 1959.

Participants

Year Artist Song Language Place Points Semi Points
1961 Conchita Bautista Estando contigo Spanish 9 8 No Semi Finals
1962 Victor Balaguer Llámame 13 0
1963 José Guardiola Algo prodigioso 12 2
1964 Los TNT Caracola 12 1
1965 Conchita Bautista ¡Qué bueno, qué bueno! 15 0
1966 Raphael Yo soy aquél 7 9
1967 Hablemos del amor 6 9
1968 Massiel La, La, La 1 29
1969 Salomé Vivo Cantando 1 18
1970 Julio Iglesias Gwendolyne 4 8
1971 Karina En un mundo nuevo 2 116
1972 Jaime Morey Amanece 10 83
1973 Mocedades Eres tú 2 125
1974 Peret Canta y sé feliz 9 10
1975 Sergio y Estíbaliz Tú volverás 10 53
1976 Braulio Sobran las palabras 16 11
1977 Micky Enséñame a cantar 9 52
1978 José Vélez Bailemos un vals Spanish, French 9 65
1979 Betty Missiego Su canción Spanish 2 116
1980 Trigo Limpio Quédate esta noche 12 38
1981 Bacchelli Y sólo tú 14 38
1982 Lucía Él 10 52
1983 Remedios Amaya ¿Quién maneja mi barca? 19 0
1984 Bravo Lady, Lady 3 106
1985 Paloma San Basilio La fiesta terminó 14 36
1986 Cadillac Valentino 10 51
1987 Patricia Kraus No estás solo 19 10
1988 La Década Prodigiosa La chica que yo quiero Spanish, English 11 58
1989 Nina Nacida para amar Spanish 6 88
1990 Azúcar Moreno Bandido 5 96
1991 Sergio Dalma Bailar pegados 4 119
1992 Serafín Zubiri Todo esto es la música 14 37
1993 Eva Santamaría Hombres 11 58 Participated in 1992
1994 Alejandro Abad Ella no es ella 18 17 No Semi Finals
1995 Anabel Conde Vuelve Conmigo 2 119
1996 Antonio Carbonell ¡Ay, qué deseo! 20 17 14 43
1997 Marcos Llunas Sin rencor 6 96 No Semi Finals
1998 Mikel Herzog ¿Qué voy a hacer sin ti? 16 21
1999 Lydia No quiero escuchar 23 1
2000 Serafín Zubiri Colgado de un sueño 18 18
2001 David Civera Dile que la quiero 6 76
2002 Rosa Europe's Living a Celebration Spanish, English 7 81
2003 Beth Dime Spanish 8 81
2004 Ramón Para llenarme de ti 10 87 Member of the Big Four
2005 Son de Sol Brujería 21 28
2006 Las Ketchup Un Blodymary 21 18
2007 D'NASH I Love You Mi Vida Spanish, English 20 43
2008 Rodolfo Chikilicuatre Baila el Chiki-chiki 16 55
2009 Soraya Arnelas La noche es para mí 24 23
2010 Daniel Diges Algo pequeñito Spanish 15 68
2011 Lucía Pérez Que me quiten lo bailao 23 50 Member of the Big Five
2012 Pastora Soler Quédate conmigo 10 97
2013 ESDM Contigo Hasta el Final 25 8
2014 Ruth Lorenzo Dancing in the Rain Spanish, English 10 74
2015 Edurne Amanecer Spanish 21 15
2016 Barei Say Yay English 22 77
2017 Manel Navarro Do It For Your Lover Spanish, English 26 5

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