The Country Quiz: The Netherlands!

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

 
What is the title of the song that began The Netherlands’ non-qualification streak at Eurovision?
 
My Impossible Dream
Amambanda
Without You
 
 
Which of the following three Dutch Eurovision winners scored the highest number of points in their respective years?
 
Corry Brokken
Lenny Kuhr
Teddy Scholten
 
 
In which year did The Netherlands first enter a song to Eurovision completely in English?
 
1974
1975 
1972
 
 
Which of the following three Dutch Eurovision artists didn’t represent the nation as a lead artist more than once?
 
Linda Wagenmakers
Edsilia Rombley
Corry Brokken
 
 
How many of the last place finishes of The Netherlands at both Eurovision finals or semi-finals received nul points?
 
2 Entries
1 Entry
3 Entries
 
 
Out of the following three Dutch Eurovision entries, which finished in the highest position in a Eurovision final?
 
Birds
Slow Down
Lights and Shadows
 
 
Which Dutch city has not hosted a Eurovision Song Contest?
 
Rotterdam
Amsterdam
Hilversum
 
 
What was the selection format used to select the Dutch entry for Eurovision 2012?
 
Public selection for Artist and Song
Public selection for Artist, Internal selection for Song
Internal selection for Artist and Song
 
 
As of 2018, The Netherlands has placed third only once, but with which song?
 
I See a Star
Calm After the Storm
Als het om de liefde gaat
 
 
From which place in the running order did Trijntje Oosterhuis perform from in the Eurovision 2015 semi-final?
 
4th  
6th
11th
 

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

Want to explore more of the Dutch Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch: The Netherlands

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