The Country Quiz: Greece!

How well do you know the history of Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest? Test out your knowledge here!

 
What is the title of the debut entry from Greece?
 
Krasi, Thalassa ke t’agori mou
Panagia mou, panagia mou
Mathima solfege 
 
 
In which year was English first featured in a Greek Eurovision entry?
 
2001
2002
1997
 
 
Three Greek Eurovision entries have achieved first place either in the semi-final or the final. Which three entries achieved this?
 
My Number One, Secret Combination and Watch My Dance
My Number One, Secret Combination and OPA!
My Number One, OPA and Aphrodisiac 
 
 
Which of the following three acts achieved the highest position in a Eurovision grand final?
 
Koza Mostra feat. Agathonas Iakovidis
Loukas Giorkas feat. Stereo Mike
Anna Vissi
 
 
Which former Greek Eurovision representative has recently taken part in the Swedish Eurovision national selection?
 
Helena Paparizou
Demy
Sakis Rouvas
 
 
How many Greek entries have featured both Greek and English languages?
 
4 entries
3 entries  
6 entries
 
 
Out of the following three, select the answer where the former Greek Eurovision acts are in correct chronological order (i.e. from earliest entry to most recent):
 
Tania Tsanaklidou, Bang, Christos Callow & Wave
Mariza Koch, Antique, Yiannis Dimitras
Michalis Rakintzis, Sarbel, Thalassa
 
 
Which of the following three acts achieved the highest number of points in a Eurovision final?  
 
Sarbel
Loukas Giorkas feat. Stereo Mike
Demy
 
 
Who hosted Eurovision 2006, which was hosted in Athens, Greece?  
 
Sakis Rouvas and Maria Menounos
Sakis Rouvas and Helena Paparizou
Sarbel and Maria Menounos
 
 
Which two years did Greece select an artist and song but withdrew before the contest?
 
1982 and 1986
1975 and 1982
1975 and 1984
 

How well did you know the history of Greece at Eurovision? Share with us how many you got correct, and share with us your favourite moment of Greece at Eurovision!

Want to explore more of the Greek Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch: Greece

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