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This page is a list of cities and venues that have hosted the Own Eurovision Song Contest, one or more times. Future venues are shown in italics. Since second edition, the host city has customarily been in the winner country of the previous year. There have been exceptions, however, when certain issues have prevented the winner to host the following year's contest. The host country then passed to the country that had come second, or a country that agreed to. Such event occurred at the Own Eurovision Song Contest 16.

With 2 contests, Copenhagen is the city that has hosted the most contests.

Own Eurovision Song Contest Edit

The contest is considered to be a unique opportunity for promoting the host country as a tourist destination. Below is a list of cities that have hosted the Own Eurovision Song Contest, one or more times.

Contests Country City Venue Edition
4 Flag of Poland Poland Warsaw National Stadium #13
Kraków Tauron Arena Kraków #27
Katowice Spodek #41
Gdańsk-Sopot Ergo Arena #45
3 Flag of Romania Romania Bucharest Arena Națională #18
Timișoara Stadionul Dan Păltinișanu #20
Constanța Stadionul Farul #22
2
Flag of Belgium Belgium Brussels Constant Vanden Stock Stadium #05
Antwerp Sportpaleis #37
Flag of Croatia Croatia Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall #03
Zagreb Arena Zagreb #34
Flag of Denmark Denmark Copenhagen Royal Arena #05
#17
Flag of Germany Germany Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena #15
Nuremberg Arena Nürnberger Versicherung #40
Flag of Moldova Moldova Chișinău Zimbru Stadium #01
Soroca Soroca Stadium #07
Flag of Russia Russia Moscow Olympic Stadium #16
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex #47
Flag of Sweden Sweden Stockholm Friends Arena #02
Malmö Malmö Arena #09
1 Flag of Algeria Algeria Algiers Baraki Stadium #28
Flag of Andorra Andorra Andorra la Vella Poliesportiu d'Andorra #12
Flag of Armenia Armenia Yerevan Karen Demirchyan Complex #53
Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Baku Baku Crystal Hall #29
Flag of Egypt Egypt Cairo Cairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex #46
England England (UK) London The O2 Arena #14
Flag of Finland Finland Helsinki Hartwall Arena #35
Flag of France France Paris Arena AccorHotels #39
Flag of Georgia Georgia Tbilisi Dinamo Arena #33
Flag of Greece Greece Thessaloniki Alexandreio Melathron Nick Galis Hall #38
Flag of Hungary Hungary Budapest László Papp Budapest Sports Arena #19
Flag of Israel Israel Jerusalem Pais Arena Jerusalem #43
Flag of Italy Italy Milan Mediolanum Forum #44
Flag of Kosovo Kosovo Pristina Pristina City Stadium #23
Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Vaduz Rheinpark Stadion #26
Macedonia Macedonia Skopje Philip II Arena #31
Flag of Malta Malta Valletta Manoel Theatre #06
Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Arena #11
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland (UK) Belfast Odyssey #30
Flag of Norway Norway Oslo Telenor Arena #08
Flag of San Marino San Marino San Marino San Marino Stadium #21
Scotland Scotland (UK) Glasgow Hampden Park #42
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia Košice Steel Aréna #04
Flag of Spain Spain Madrid Las Ventas #32
Flag of Syria Syria Damascus Abbasiyyin Stadium #36
Wales Wales (UK) Cardiff Millennium Stadium #24
Åland Islands Åland Islands (Finland) Mariehamn Wiklöf Holding Arena #25

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