Facts & Figures
Only 16 years old, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest already has a rich history with some pretty amazing facts and figures. On this ever-expanding page, we share with you the ones you should.
Poland won the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and will host the Contest in 2019.
The first Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in November 2003.
Georgia won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest a record three times in total (2008, 2011, 2016).
Belarus, Russia and Malta have each won the Contest twice.
The highest number of participants was in 2018 with 20 countries.
Armenia has the strongest overall record with seven top three finishes. Armenia has never been outside the top ten.
Some singers have graduated from Junior Eurovision to the Eurovision Song Contest including the Tolmachevy Sisters (Russia 2006, 2014) and OG3NE (The Netherlands 2007, 2017).
The Netherlands, Ukraine, Malta and Belarus have hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on more than one occasion.