List of European Number-one Hits of 1987

This is a list of the European Music & Media magazine's European Hot 100 Singles and European Top 100 Albums number-ones of 1987.

Date Song Artist Album Artist
3 January "The Final Countdown" Europe True Blue Madonna
10 January
17 January
24 January
31 January
7 February "Is This Love?" Alison Moyet
14 February
21 February "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" Aretha Franklin & George Michael
28 February
7 March
14 March The Final Countdown Europe
21 March
28 March "Running in the Family" Level 42 Graceland Paul Simon
4 April "Everything I Own" Boy George The Joshua Tree U2
11 April
18 April "Respectable" Mel & Kim
25 April
2 May "Let It Be" Ferry Aid
9 May
16 May "La Isla Bonita" Madonna
23 May
30 May "With or Without You" U2
6 June "La Isla Bonita" Madonna
13 June
20 June "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Whitney Houston
27 June
4 July
11 July
18 July
25 July
1 August Whitney Whitney Houston
8 August
15 August "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" Michael Jackson with Siedah Garrett
22 August
29 August
5 September
12 September
19 September
26 September Who's That Girl (Soundtrack) Madonna
3 October "Bad" Michael Jackson Bad Michael Jackson
10 October
17 October
24 October
31 October
7 November
14 November "You Win Again" Bee Gees
21 November
28 November
5 December "Faith" George Michael
12 December Faith George Michael
19 December
26 December
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