List of Languages in The Eurovision Song Contest - The Contest's Name in National Languages

The Contest's Name in National Languages

This is what the "Eurovision Song Contest" is called in the official languages of current and past participant countries of the contest.

Language Countries which language has official status in Name in language
Albanian Albania Festivali Evropian i Këngës
Arabic Israel, Morocco مسابقة يوروفيجن للأغاني
Armenian Armenia Եվրատեսիլ երգի մրցույթ
Azerbaijani Azerbaijan Avroviziya Mahnı Müsabiqəsi
Belarusian Belarus Конкурс песні Еўрабачанне
Bosnian Bosnia and Herzegovina Pjesma Evrovizije
Bulgarian Bulgaria Песенен конкурс Евровизия
Catalan Andorra, Spain Festival de la Cançó d'Eurovisió
Croatian Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia Pjesma Eurovizije
Czech Czech Republic Velká cena Eurovize
Danish Denmark Europæisk Melodi Grand Prix
Dutch Belgium, Netherlands Eurovisiesongfestival
English Ireland, Malta, United Kingdom Eurovision Song Contest
Estonian Estonia Eurovisiooni lauluvõistlus
Finnish Finland Eurovision laulukilpailu
French Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Monaco, Switzerland Concours Eurovision de la Chanson
Georgian Georgia ევროვიზიის სიმღერის კონკურსი
German Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland Eurovision Song Contest
Greek Cyprus, Greece Διαγωνισμός Τραγουδιού Eurovision
Hebrew Israel תחרות הזמר של האירוויזיון
Hungarian Hungary Eurovíziós Dalfesztivál
Icelandic Iceland Söngvakeppni evrópskra sjónvarpsstöðva
Irish Ireland Comórtas Amhránaíochta na hEoraifíse
Italian Italy, San Marino, Switzerland Concorso Eurovisione della Canzone
Latvian Latvia Eirovīzijas dziesmu konkurss
Lithuanian Lithuania Eurovizijos dainų konkursas
Luxembourgish Luxembourg Eurovision Song Contest
Macedonian Macedonia Евровизија
Maltese Malta Festival tal-Eurovision
Montenegrin Montenegro Evrovizija
Norwegian (Bokmål) Norway Eurovisjonens musikkonkurranse
Polish Poland Konkurs Piosenki Eurowizji
Portuguese Portugal Festival Eurovisão da Canção
Romanian (Moldovan) Moldova, Romania Concursul Muzical Eurovision
Romansh Switzerland Eurovision Song Contest
Russian Belarus, Russia Конкурс песни Евровидение
Serbian Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia Песма Евровизије
Slovak Slovakia Veľká cena Eurovízie, often "Eurovízia"
Slovene Slovenia Pesem Evrovizije, evrovizija
Spanish Spain Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión
Swedish Finland, Sweden Eurovision Song Contest
Turkish Cyprus, Turkey Eurovision Şarkı Yarışması
Ukrainian Ukraine Пісенний конкурс Євробачення

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