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Results: Eurovision Song Contest 1980 – The Hague,The Netherlands

Results – Eurovision Song Contest 1980:

Place Country Song title Performer(s) Points
01 Ireland Ireland (RTÉ) “What’s Another Year” Johnny Logan 143
02 Germany Germany (ARD) “Theater” Katja Ebstein 128
03 UK United Kingdom (BBC) “Love Enough For Two” Prima Donna 106
04 Switzerland Switzerland (SSR SRG) “Cinéma” Paola 104
05 Netherlands The Netherlands (NOS) “Amsterdam” Maggie MacNeal 093
06 Italy Italy (RAI) “Non So Che Darei” Alan Sorrenti 087
07 Portugal Portugal (RTP) “Um Grande, Grande Amor” José Cid 071
08 Austria Austria (ORF) “Du Bist Musik” Blue Danube 064
09 Luxembourg Luxembourg (CLT) “Papa Pingouin” Sophie and Magaly 056
10 Sweden Sweden (SVT) “Just Nu!” Tomas Ledin 047
11 France France (TF1) “Hé, Hé M’sieurs Dames” Profil 045
12 Spain Spain (TVE) “Qué Date Esta Noche” Trigo Limpio 038
13 Greece Greece (ERT) “Autostop” Anna Vishy and the Epikouri 030
14 Denmark Denmark (DR) “Tænker Altid På Dig” Bamses Venner 025
15 Turkey Turkey (TRT) “Petr’oil” Ajda Pekkan 023
16 Norway Norway (NRK) “Sámiid Ædnan” Sverre Kjellsberg and Mattis Hætta 015
17 Belgium Belgium (RTBF) “Euro-vision” Telex 014
18 Morocco Morocco (RTM) “Bitakat Hob” Samira Bensaïd 007
19 Finland Finland (YLE) “Huilumies” Vesa-Matti Loiri 006
(Source: eurovision.tv)

The 1980 (25th) Eurovision Song Contest – 19 countries participated:

Debuting country: Other participants: Withdrawing countries:
Morocco Morocco (debut: 1980) Netherlands The Netherlands (debut: 1956) Monaco Monaco (debut: 1959)
Switzerland Switzerland (debut: 1956) Israel Israel (debut: 1973)
Belgium Belgium (debut: 1956)
Returning country: Germany Germany (debut: 1956) Former participants:
Turkey Turkey (debut: 1975) France France (debut: 1956) Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (debut: 1961)
Luxembourg Luxembourg (debut: 1956) Malta Malta (debut: 1971)
Italy Italy (debut: 1956)
UK United Kingdom (debut: 1957)
Austria Austria (debut: 1957)
Denmark Denmark (debut: 1957)
Sweden Sweden (debut: 1958)
Norway Norway (debut: 1960)
Spain Spain (debut: 1961)
Finland Finland (debut: 1961)
Portugal Portugal (debut: 1964)
Ireland Ireland (debut: 1965)
Greece Greece (debut: 1974)
(Source: en.wikipedia.org)