The Country Quiz: Finland!

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

 
What is the title of the song that represented Finland in their debut year at Eurovision?
 
Valoa ikkunassa
Tipi-tii
Laiskotellen
 
 
Which of the following Finnish acts that finished in last place in a Eurovision final didn’t receive nul points?
 
Kristina Hautala
Kojo
Viktor Klimenko
 
 
In which year did Finland first send a song to Eurovision completely in English language?
 
1973
1975
1976
 
 
Since their 2006 win with Lordi, what has been the best result that Finland has achieved in a Eurovision final?
 
11th place
17th place
9th place
 
 
Finland failed to qualify three years in a row from 2015 – 2017, but which of the three acts achieved the highest result in the semi-final?
 
Norma John
Sandhja
Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät
 
 
Which two Finnish Eurovision entries have won Marcel Bezençon Awards?
 
Hard Rock Hallelujah and Da Da Dam
Something Better and Blackbird
Leave Me Alone and Marry Me
 
 
Out of the following three Finnish entries, which finished in the highest position in a Eurovision final?
 
Hengaillaan
Fantasiaa
A Little Bit
 
 
What was the slogan of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest which was held in Helsinki?
 
True Fantasy
Confluence of Sound
Share the Moment
 
 
How many times has Finland sent entries in Swedish language?
 
Two Times
Three Times
Four Times
 
 
Which Finnish entry qualified for the Eurovision final despite not finishing in the Top 10 of the semi-final?  
 
Lose Control
Työlki ellää
Monsters
 

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

Want to explore more of the Finnish Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch:: Finland

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One Comment

  1. Sartenada

    Great. I maybe the wrong question to answer to Your quiz, because I am Finn. Well, only few words. I followed Eurovision song contest in the 70s. Then I ended to follow, because I did find much more interesting music when travelling in the South and Central America. It is called Cumbia, which is happy tropical music having its roots in Colombia. Mostly it is heard also in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela. Most awesome Cumbia music which I heard was in Guatemala, because they mixed it with their national instruments with Marimba de Tucumán. I have told about this in my about-me-page.

    Have a wonderful day!

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