Full name
Russian Federation
Capital
Moscow
Participations
16
First participation
2005 (Vladislav Krutskikh)
Hosts
Never hosted
Broadcasters
C1R ORT RTR Karusel

Russia debuted in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 in Hasselt and have never missed it since then.

Russia won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with the Tolmachevy Twins and Vesenniy Jazz and again in 2017 when Polina Bogusevich took the trophy with her song Wings.

Sofia Feskova

Sofia Feskova

My New Day

Participation history

Vladislav Krutskikh
Doroga K Solntsu
Final
66 points 9th
The Tolmachevy Twins
Vesenniy Jazz
🏆
Final
154 points 1st
Alexandra Golovchenko
Otlichnitsa
Final
105 points 6th
Mihail Puntov
Spit Angel
Final
73 points 7th
Ekaterina Ryabova
Malenky Prints
Final
116 points 2nd
Liza Drozd & Sasha Lazin
Boy And Girl
Final
119 points 2nd
Katya Ryabova
Romeo And Juliet
Final
99 points 4th
Lerika
Sensation
Final
88 points 4th
Dayana Kirillova
Dream on
Final
106 points 4th
Alisa Kozhikina
Dreamer
Final
96 points 5th
Mikhail Smirnov
Mechta (Dream)
Final
80 points 6th
The Water of Life Project
Water of Life
Final
202 points 4th
Polina Bogusevich
Wings
🏆
Final
188 points 1st
Anna Filipchuk
Unbreakable
Final
122 points 10th
Sofia Feskova
My New Day
Final
Starts 9th

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