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Results: Eurovision Song Contest 1974 – Brighton, the UK

Results – Eurovision Song Contest 1974:

Place Country Song title Performer(s) Points
01 Sweden Sweden (SR) “Waterloo” ABBA 024
02 Italy Italy (RAI) “Si” Gigliola Cinquetti 018
03 Netherlands The Netherlands (NOS) “I See A Star” Mouth and MacNeal 015
04 UK United Kingdom (BBC) “Long Live Love” Olivia Newton-John 014
04 Luxembourg Luxembourg (CLT) “Bye, Bye, I Love You” Ireen Sheer 014
04 Monaco Monaco (TMC) “Celui Qui Reste Et Celui Qui S’en Va” Romuald 014
07 Israel Israel (IBA) “Natati La Khaiai” Poogy 011
07 Ireland Ireland (RTÉ) “Cross Your Heart” Tina 011
09 Spain Spain (TVE) “Canta Y Se Feliz” Peret 010
09 Belgium Belgium (RTB) “Fleur De Liberté” Jacques Hustin 010
11 Greece Greece (ERT) “Krassi, Thalassa Ke T’agori Mou” Marinella 007
12 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (JRT) “Generacija 42” Korni 006
13 Finland Finland (YLE) “Äla Mene Pois (keep Me Warm)” Carita 004
14 Norway Norway (NRK) “The First Day Of Love” Anne-Karine Ström and the Bendik Singers 003
14 Germany Germany (ARD) “Die Sommermelodie” Cindy und Bert 003
14 Switzerland Switzerland (SSR SRG) “Mein Ruf Nach Dir” Piera Martell 003
14 Portugal Portugal (RTP) “E Depois Do Adeus” Paulo de Carvalho 003
(Source: eurovision.tv)

The 1974 (19th) Eurovision Song Contest – 17 countries participated:

Debuting country: Other participants: Withdrawing county:
Greece Greece (debut: 1974) Netherlands The Netherlands (debut: 1956) France France (debut: 1956)
Switzerland Switzerland (debut: 1956)
Returning countries: Belgium Belgium (debut: 1956) Former participants:
None Germany Germany (debut: 1956) Denmark Denmark (debut: 1957)
Luxembourg Luxembourg (debut: 1956) Austria Austria (debut: 1957)
Italy Italy (debut: 1956) Malta Malta (debut: 1971)
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)
Israel Israel (debut: 1973)
(Source: en.wikipedia.org)