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Results: Eurovision Song Contest 1969 – Madrid, Spain

Results – Eurovision Song Contest 1969:

Place Country Song title Performer(s) Points
01 Spain Spain (TVE) “Vivo Cantando” Salomé 018
01 UK United Kingdom (BBC) “Boom Bang-a-bang” Lulu 018
01 Netherlands The Netherlands (NTS) “De Troubadour” Lenny Kuhr 018
01 France France (ORTF) “Un Jour, Un Enfant” Frida Boccara 018
05 Switzerland Switzerland (SSR SRG) “Bonjour, Bonjour” Paola del Medico 013
06 Monaco Monaco (TMC) “Maman, Maman” Jean-Jacques 011
07 Ireland Ireland (RTÉ) “The Wages Of Love” Muriel Day and the Lindsays 010
07 Belgium Belgium (BRT) “Jennifer Jennings” Louis Neefs 010
09 Sweden Sweden (SR) “Judy, Min Vän” Tommy Körberg 008
09 Germany Germany (ARD) “Primaballerina” Siw Malmkvist 008
11 Luxembourg Luxembourg (CLT) “Cathérine” Romuald 007
12 Finland Finland (YLE) “Kuin Silloin Ennen” Jarkko and Laura 006
13 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (JRT) “Pozdrav Svijetu” Ivan 005
13 Italy Italy (RAI) “Due Grosse Lacrime Bianche” Iva Zanicchi 005
15 Portugal Portugal (RTP) “Desfolhada Portuguesa” Simone de Oliveira 004
16 Norway Norway (NRK) “Oj, Oj, Oj, Så Glad, Jeg Skal Bli” Kirsti Sparboe 001
(Source: eurovision.tv)

The 1969 (14th) Eurovision Song Contest – 16 countries participated:

Debuting countries: Other participants: Withdrawing county:
None Netherlands The Netherlands (debut: 1956) Austria Austria (debut: 1957)
Switzerland Switzerland (debut: 1956)
Returning countries: Belgium Belgium (debut: 1956) Former participant:
None Germany Germany (debut: 1956) Denmark Denmark (debut: 1957)
France France (debut: 1956)
Luxembourg Luxembourg (debut: 1956)
Italy Italy (debut: 1956)
UK United Kingdom (debut: 1957)
Sweden Sweden (debut: 1958)
Monaco Monaco (debut: 1959)
Norway Norway (debut: 1960)
Spain Spain (debut: 1961)
Finland Finland (debut: 1961)
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (debut: 1961)
Portugal Portugal (debut: 1964)
Ireland Ireland (debut: 1965)
(Source: en.wikipedia.org)