Partecipazioni – Elenco delle Nazioni partecipanti allo JESC


 

Le partecipazioni dal 2003 a oggi:

  • Verde scuro – Ha partecipato almeno una volta
  • Giallo – Non ha mai partecipato, ma potrebbe
  • Verde chiaro – Paesi che hanno partecipato come parte di un altro stato ma mai in maniera indipendente
  • Rosso – Paesi che avrebbero dovuto partecipare in passato ma che si sono ritirati
Anno Paesi debuttanti
2003 [1]  Bielorussia Bielorussia Belgio Belgio Croazia Croazia Cipro Cipro Danimarca Danimarca Grecia Grecia
Lettonia Lettonia Macedonia ERI di Macedonia Malta Malta Norvegia Norvegia
Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi Polonia Polonia Regno Unito Regno Unito Romania Romania
Spagna Spagna Svezia Svezia
2004 [2]  Francia Francia Svizzera Svizzera
2005 [3]  Russia Russia Serbia e Montenegro Serbia e Montenegro
2006 [4]   Portogallo Portogallo Serbia Serbia Ucraina Ucraina
2007 [5]  Armenia Armenia Bulgaria Bulgaria Georgia Georgia Lituania Lituania
2010 [6]  Moldavia Moldavia
2012 [7]  Albania Albania Azerbaigian Azerbaigian Israele Israele
2013 [8]  San Marino San Marino
2014 [9]  Italia Italia Montenegro Montenegro Slovenia Slovenia
2015 [10]  Australia Australia Irlanda Irlanda

Finora 37 Paesi europei hanno preso parte alle 15 edizioni dello JESC dal 2003al 2017. L’Italia debutta vincendo nell’edizione del 2014 mentre nell’edizione del 2015 debutta l’Australia, primo partecipante non facente parte dell’Eurasia e primo e unico membro associato EBU-UER.

Partecipanti:

Nazione Anno Debutto Anno Ritorno Numero di partecipazioni Vittorie Broadcaster(s) Storia Anno Ritiro
Albania Albania 2012 2015 4 0 RTSH [7]  2013
Armenia Armenia 2007   11 1 ARMTV [5]   
Australia Australia 2015   2 0 SBS [10]   
Azerbaigian Azerbaigian 2012   2 0 Ictimai TV [7]   2014
Bielorussia Bielorussia 2003   15 2 BTRC [1]  
Belgio Belgio 2003   10 0 VRT (2003-2012)RTBF (2003-2005)  [1] 2013
Bulgaria Bulgaria 2007 2011, 2014 7 0 BNT [5]  2009, 2012
Croazia Croazia 2003 2014 5 1 HRT [1] 2007, 2015
Cipro Cipro 2003 2006, 2014, 2016 11 0 CyBC [1] 2005, 2010, 2015
Danimarca Danimarca 2003   3 0 DR [1] 2006
Francia Francia 2004   1 0 France Télévisions [2] 2005
Georgia Georgia 2007   11 3 GPB [5]  
Grecia Grecia 2003   6 0 ERT [1] 2009
Irlanda Irlanda 2015   3 0 TG4  [10]   
Israele Israele 2012 2016 2 0 IBA  [1]  2013
Italia Italia 2014   3 1 RAI [9]  
Lettonia Lettonia 2003 2010 5 0 LTV [1] 2006, 2012
Lituania Lituania 2007 2010 4 0 LRT [5] 2009, 2012
Macedonia E.R.I. di Macedonia 2003 2013, 2015 13 0 MKRTV [1] 2012, 2014
Malta Malta 2003 2013 12 2 PBS [1] 2011
Moldavia Moldavia 2010   4 0 TRM [6]  2014
Montenegro Montenegro 2014   2 0 RCTG [9]   2016
Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi 2003   15 1 AVRO [1]  
Norvegia Norvegia 2003   3 0 NRK [1] 2006
Polonia Polonia 2003 2016 3 0 TVP [1] 2005
Portogallo Portogallo 2006   2 0 RTP [4] 2008
Regno Unito Regno Unito 2003   3 0 ITV [1] 2006
Romania Romania 2003   7 0 TVR [1] 2010
Russia Russia 2005   13 1 RTR [3]  
San Marino San Marino 2013   3 0 SmTV  [8] 2016
Serbia Serbia 2006 2014 8 0 RTS [4] 2011
Serbia e Montenegro Serbia e Montenegro 2005   1 0 RTS/RTCG [3] 2006
Slovenia Slovenia 2014   2 0 RTVSLO  [9]  2016
Spagna Spagna 2003   4 1 TVE [1] 2007
Svezia Svezia 2003 2009 11 0 SVT (2003-2005, 2010-attuale)
TV4 (2006, 2007, 2009)
[1] 2008, 2015
Svizzera Svizzera 2004   1 0 SRG SSR [2] 2005
Ucraina Ucraina 2006   12 1 NTU [4]

• Legenda: Rossa – Nazioni non più esistenti. BluNazioni che hanno partecipato a tutte le edizioni.

Altri membri EBU-UER: Gli stati membri EBU-UER che possono partecipare al concorso canoro ma non lo hanno ancora mai fatto sono:

  • Algeria Algeria
  • Andorra Andorra
  • Austria Austria
  • Bosnia ed Erzegovina Bosnia ed Erzegovina
  • Egitto Egitto
  • Estonia Estonia
  • Finlandia Finlandia
  • Germania Germania
  • Islanda Islanda
  • Giordania Giordania
  • Libano Libano
  • Libia Libia
  • Lussemburgo Lussemburgo
  • Marocco Marocco
  • Monaco Monaco
  • Rep. Ceca Repubblica Ceca
  • Slovacchia Slovacchia
  • Tunisia Tunisia
  • Turchia Turchia
  • Ungheria Ungheria
  • Città del Vaticano Vaticano

Estonia, Finlandia e Germania hanno messo in onda il concorso inaugurale nel 2003, seguite da Andorra nel 2006 e Bosnia ed Erzegovina (nel 2006, 2008 e 2009), tuttavia questi paesi non hanno mai partecipato al concorso. Germania e Slovacchia erano in lista per partecipare nel 2003 ma hanno rinunciato, come ha fatto nel 2007 la Bosnia ed Erzegovina.

Participation since 2003: Dark Green: Entered at least once; Yellow: Never entered, although eligible to do so; Red: Entry intended, but later withdrew; Green: Competed as a part of another country, but never as a sovereignty.

Participation: Only active member broadcasters of the EBU-UER are permitted to take part and vote in the contest, though the contest has been screened in several non-participating countries.

Participation in the contest tends to change dramatically each year. The original Scandinavian broadcasters left the contest in 2006 because they found the treatment of the contestants unethical, and revived the MGP Nordic competition, which had not been produced since the Junior Eurovision Song Contest began. Out of the thirty-seven countries that have participated at least once, two (Belarus and the Netherlands) have been represented by an act at every contest as of 2016.

Listed are all the countries that have ever taken part in the competition alongside the year in which they made their debut:

Year Country making its debut entry
2003 Belarus, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, 

Denmark, Greece, Latvia, FYRO Macedonia, 

Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, 

Romania, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom

2004 France, Switzerland
2005 Russia, Serbia and Montenegro
2006 Portugal, Serbia, Ukraine
2007 Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Lithuania
2010 Moldova
2012 Albania, Azerbaijan, Israel
2013 San Marino
2014 Italy, Montenegro, Slovenia
2015 Australia, Ireland
 
Map showing each country’s number of Junior Eurovision Song Contest wins

List of countries in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest: The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is a contest held annually for children aged between 9 and 14 (8 and 15 between 2003 and 2006; 10 and 15 between 2007 and 2015). The contest is held by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU-UER) and was based on the Eurovision Song Contest, which takes place annually since 1956. Only members of the EBU-UER may take part in the contest. 37 countries have taken part between 2003 and 2016.

Participants: Participation in the contest tends to change dramatically each year. The original Scandinavian broadcasters left the contest in 2006 because they found the treatment of the contestants unethical, and revived the MGP Nordiccompetition, which had not been produced since the Junior Eurovision Song Contest began.

Out of the thirty-seven countries that have participated at least once, two (Belarus and the Netherlands) have been represented by an act at every contest as of 2016.

Listed are all the countries that have ever taken part in the competition, alongside the year in which they made their debut:

Table key: Grey: Withdrawn – Countries who have participated in the past but have withdrawn; Pink: Former – Former countries that have dissolved.
Country Debut year Latest entry Entries Wins Broadcaster(s)
 Albania 2012 2017 3 0 RTSH
 Armenia 2007 2017 10 1 ARMTV
 Australia 2015 2016 2 0 SBS
 Azerbaijan 2012 2013 2 0 İTV
 Belarus 2003 2017 14 2 BTRC
 Belgium 2003 2012 10 0
  • VRT (Dutch)
  • RTBF (French)[a]
 Bulgaria 2007 2016 6 0 BNT
 Croatia 2003 2014 5 1 HRT
 Cyprus 2003 2016 8 0 CyBC
 Denmark 2003 2005 3 0 DR
 France 2004 2004 1 0 France Télévisions
 Georgia 2007 2017 10 3 GPB
 Greece 2003 2008 6 0 ERT
 Ireland 2015 2017 2 0 TG4
 Israel 2012 2016 2 0 IBA
 Italy 2014 2017 3 1 RAI
 Latvia 2003 2011 5 0 LTV
 Lithuania 2007 2011 4 0 LRT
 Macedonia 2003 2017 12 0 MKRTV
 Malta 2003 2017 12 2 PBS
 Moldova 2010 2013 4 0 TRM
 Montenegro 2014 2015 2 0 RTCG
 Netherlands 2003 2017 14 1
  • AVRO (2003–2013)
  • AVROTROS(2014–)
 Norway 2003 2005 3 0 NRK
 Poland 2003 2016 3 0 TVP
 Portugal 2006 2007 2 0 RTP
 Romania 2003 2009 7 0 TVR
 Russia 2005 2017 12 1 RTR
 San Marino 2013 2015 3 0 SMRTV
 Serbia 2006 2017 8 0 RTS
 Serbia and Montenegro 2005 2005 1 0 UJRT
 Slovenia 2014 2015 2 0 RTVSLO
 Spain 2003 2006 4 1 TVE
 Sweden 2003 2014 11 0
  • SVT (2003–2005, 2010–2014)
  • TV4 (2006–2007, 2009)[b]
  Switzerland 2004 2004 1 0 SF DRS
 Ukraine 2006 2016 11 1 NTU
 United Kingdom 2003 2005 3 0 ITV (UKIB)

Other EBU members: The following list of countries have Active EBU Membership and are eligible to participate in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, but have yet to make their début at the contest.

  •  Algeria
  •  Andorra
  •  Austria
  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  •  Czech Republic
  •  Egypt
  •  Estonia
  •  Finland
  •  Germany
  •  Hungary
  •  Iceland
  •  Jordan
  •  Lebanon
  •  Libya
  •  Luxembourg
  •  Monaco
  •  Morocco
  •  Slovakia
  •  Tunisia
  •  Turkey
  •   Vatican City

Estonia, Finland and Germany broadcast the inaugural contest in 2003, followed by Andorra in 2006 and Bosnia and Herzegovina (in 2006, 2008 and 2009), however these countries have yet to participate. Germany and Slovakia were originally on the list of participants for the 2003 contest but later withdrew as did Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2007.

 Notes: 
  1. ^ VRT and RTBF alternated responsibilities for the contest between 2003 and 2006. From 2006 until their withdrawal VRT was Belgium’s sole representative.
  2. ^ SVT was responsible for the representation of Sweden from 2003 to 2005. TV4 took over upon SVT’s withdrawal in 2006, and competed until 2009. SVT returned to the contest in 2010.

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