1956 - Switzerland
1957 - Germany
1958 - Netherlands
1959 - France
For the first time, Monaco is the participant.
1960 - United Kingdom
1961 - France
1962 - Luxembourg
1963 - United Kingdom
1964 - Denmark
1965 - Italy
1966 - Luxembourg
1967 - Austria
1968 - United Kingdom
1969 - Spain
It was a tie at the end between this year's host country, Spain, France, the United Kingdom and the next year's host country, the Netherlands.
1970 - Netherlands
1971 - Ireland
This is the first ESC that Malta is able to participate.
1972 - United Kingdom
This is the first Eurovision Song Contest after a Monegasque Victory back in Dublin in 1971.
Monaco was Unbale to host this year's Grand Prix with the grandly planned Monte Carlo Opera House.
1973 - Luxembourg
1974 - United Kingdom
This Eurovision Song Contest is after a second victory back in Luxembourg the previous year and also, Sweden won with ABBA's song, Waterloo.
1975 - Sweden
1976 - Netherlands
1977 - United Kingdom
Tunisia was to perform fourth in the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest's running order. The reason for the country's withdrawal was never officially established; rumours suggest ERTT did not want to compete with Israel just yet.
1978 - France
1979 - Israel
1980 - Netherlands
This Eurovision Song Contest is after a second victory back in Israel the previous year with the song Hallelujah sung by Gali Atari and Milk and Honey.
For the first time, Morocco is able to participate with Samira Said and her song, Bitakat Khub. which is placed the eighteenth.
1981 - Ireland
For the first time, Cyprus is able to Participate.
1982 - United Kingdom
1983 - Germany
1984 - Luxembourg
1985 - Sweden
1986 - Norway
1987 - Belgium
Only Malta , Monaco and Morocco failed to compete out for the Grand Prix.
1988 - Ireland
1989 - Switzerland
1990 - Yugoslavia
1991 - Italy
1992 - Sweden
This ESC is after a fourth Swedish Victory by Swedish pop singer, Carola and her song, Fangad av en Stornvind.
This is the last time the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is able to participate.
1993 - Ireland
This is the last time Luxembourg is able to participate.
For the first time, 3 former Western Yugoslavian countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia are able to participate.
1994 - Ireland
For the first time, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia are able to participate.
1995 - Ireland
1996 - Norway
This contest is after a Norwegian victory by Secret Garden and their song, Nocturne
1997 - Ireland
1998 - United Kingdom
For the first time, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia is able to be a participant.
1999 - Israel
2000 - Sweden
For the first time, Latvia became a participant.
2001 - Denmark
2002 - Estonia
The Slogan was A Modern Fairytale.
2003 - Latvia
The theme was Magical Rendez-vous.
Ukraine beacme a first-time participant in this year.
2004 - Turkey
This is the first time, Albania, Andorra, Belarus and the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro are participants.
This is the first ESC after a Turkish victory back in Lavia the previous year with Sertab Erener and her song, Everyway That I Can.
This was the first heart logo introduced in 2004, It was annouced that they would use this every single year after the 2004 contest. Every Year they have a new theme. The Slogan was Under the Same Sky.
2005 - Ukraine
This is the last time the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro is a participant.
The theme was "Awakening".
Lebanon has never participated in the Eurovision Song Contest. The country's broadcasting organization, Télé Liban, was set to make the country's debut at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 with the song "Quand tout s'enfuit" performed by Aline Lahoud, but withdrew due to Lebanon's laws barring the broadcast of Israeli content
2006 - Greece
The theme for this year was Feel The Rhythm.
This is the last time Monaco is able to participate.
2007 - Finland
This is where Cyprus participates with Evridiki and her french-speaking song, Comme Ci, Comme Ça.
For the first time at this year, Serbia, Motenegro, The' Czech Republic, and Georgia are the Four Participants.
On 18 June 2007, the Tunisian television broadcaster ERTT confirmed that due to a governmental request they will not participate in the Contest.
2008 - Serbia
The slogan/theme for this year was Confluence of Sound.
At this year, San Marino and Azerbaijan became first-time participants.
This is the last time Terry Wogan commentated for the BBC.
2009 - Russia
This year was the first year since 2004 to not have a slogan/theme which was Fire Bird.
For the BBC, this year is the first time Graham Norton commentated.
Because the Czech Republic withdrew the second and final time with Glipsy.cz at this year, It made its last appearance.
2010 - Norway
The Slogan for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Oslo in Norway was Share the Moment.
2011 - Germany
The "theme art" for Eurovision Song Contest 2011 was unveiled on January 13, 2011. The identity has "Feel your heart beat!" as its slogan. The visual identity was created by the London agency Turquoise.
2012 - Azerbaijan
- The Slogan was Light Your Fire!
- The Branding Source
- This ESC is after an Azerbaijani Victory by Ellar and Nigar (a.k.a.: Ell and Nikki) and their song, Running Sacred.
2013 - Sweden
- Slogan is "We are one"