My Eurovision Scoreboard

30 March: The latest My Eurovision Scoreboard rankings!

*inserts the most obvious pun of Eurovision 2019* You guys really are starting to like it...

We’re back with our brand new feature courtesy of the team at the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone application! It’s time to bring you this week’s look at the views of their community members. Trust us, this is the ranking to keep track of… the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times! Now, it’s time to see how things have changed since our last update on 23 March…

What is My Eurovision Scoreboard?

For those who are newcomers to the app, My Eurovision Scoreboard is the ultimate rankings app for the Eurovision Song Contest. Listen to the songs, interactively rank them via the app and share your results with your friends and with the My Eurovision Scoreboard community. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also rank every national final and every contest this decade!

Click below to download the app for free right now from the Apple iOS store or the Google Play store!

Analysing this week’s statistics

With the addition of more than 1,300 new sets of rankings, and many users inevitably editing their rankings, we can see some changes between the rankings recorded last weekend and from this weekend. More than 16,300 people have now allocated their points in the My Eurovision Scoreboard app this year and is the most representative fan ranking out there!

  • 🇳🇱 The Netherlands is still the country receiving the biggest week-on-week increases, adding another 7,000 points to their total over the past seven days. As a result, Duncan Laurence is continuing to extend his lead over second-placed Mahmood from Italy.
  • 🇲🇹 Outside of the top 3, Michela from Malta is still the biggest gainer. Her increase of more than 4,000 points is approximately 500 more than fourth-placed Cyprus and sixth-placed Greece and over 1,500 more than fifth-placed Norway.
  • 🇦🇲 We remarked last week than Armenia was quickly closing on the trio of Belgium, France and Portugal if their rate of relative points increases continued. Indeed it has, with Srbuk overtaking Eliot from Belgium in the table’s highest position change this week. Once again, Armenia’s weekly points increase of more than 2,200 points is almost 1,000 more than that of the trio they are battling.
  • 🇸🇮 This week, we must outline Slovenia as one of the biggest points gainers. An increase of 2,100 points is more than 4 of the 5 countries ahead of them, the other being Armenia. Gaining 1,000 points more than Belgium ahead of them and Albania behind them means Zala & Gašper are firmly moving in the right direction.
  • 🇲🇰 On a less positive note, North Macedonia are struggling to keep up with the countries around them. A gain of less than 300 points this week has resulted in a loss of position to Hungary. Additionally, the seven countries now behind North Macedonia all gained more points than the newly-renamed nation did this week resulting in increased pressure on their current top 30 placing.
  • 🇧🇾 Finally, it’s another fantastic week for ZENA from Belarus showing that Eurovision fans really are starting to like it. No nation outside of the top 19 gained more than 1,000 points this week, with the exception of Belarus who currently sit in 28th… impressive! With a gain almost double that of 27th-placed Germany and four times that of 26th-placed North Macedonia means Belarus will be hoping for some more overtaking in the coming days!

Latest community rankings

These are the My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings as recorded from the app at 6.30pm CET on 30 March. Here is your chance to look at how many points each country has added to their scores, and how many positions each entry has gained or lost since our last update which used statistics recorded on 23 March.

We recommend viewing the table below on a desktop computer.

Current RankPosition ChangeCurrent PointsPoints ChangeCountryArtistSong
1098,448(+6,833)🇳🇱 The NetherlandsDuncan LaurenceArcade
2084,049(+6,261)🇮🇹 ItalyMahmoodSoldi
3080,368(+5,676)🇨🇭SwitzerlandLuca HänniShe Got Me
4064,509(+3,685)🇨🇾 CyprusTamtaReplay
5047,576(+2,411)🇳🇴 NorwayKEiiNOSpirit In The Sky
6040,603(+3,456)🇬🇷 GreeceKaterine DuskaBetter Love
7038,777(+4,110)🇲🇹 MaltaMichelaChameleon
8036,924(+2,969)🇷🇺 RussiaSergey LazarevScream
9035,095(+2,157)🇸🇪 SwedenJohn LundvikToo Late For Love
11033,714(+2,996)🇮🇸 IcelandHatariHatrið mun sigra
12030,049(+1,442)🇪🇸 SpainMikiLa venda
13028,096(+1,629)🇵🇹 PortugalConan OsírisTelemóveis
14027,544(+1,426)🇫🇷 FranceBilal HassaniRoi
15127,225(+2,239)🇦🇲 ArmeniaSrbukWalking Out
16-127,014(+1,145)🇧🇪 BelgiumEliotWake Up
17024,291(+2,106)🇸🇮 SloveniaZala Kralj & Gašper ŠantlSebi
18020,481(+1,169)🇦🇱 AlbaniaJonida MaliqiKtheju tokës
19014,269(+1,011)🇷🇴RomaniaEster PeonyOn A Sunday
20013,668(+434)🇪🇪 EstoniaVictor CroneStorm
21013,218(+751)🇦🇺 AustraliaKate Miller-HeidkeZero Gravity
22012,079(+556)🇬🇧 United KingdomMichael RiceBigger Than Us
23010,930(+581)🇨🇿 Czech RepublicLake MalawiFriend Of A Friend
2409,904(+617)🇩🇰DenmarkLeonoraLove Is Forever
2519,739(+600)🇭🇺 HungaryJoci PápaiAz én apám
26-19,542(+293)🇲🇰 North MacedoniaTamara TodevskaProud
2807,531(+1,056)🇧🇾 BelarusZENALike It
2906,968(+539)🇸🇲 San MarinoSerhatSay Na Na Na
3006,607(+429)🇵🇱 PolandTuliaFire Of Love (Pali się)
3106,485(+576)🇷🇸 SerbiaNevena BožovićKruna
3205,858(+576)🇮🇱 IsraelKobi MarimiHome
3315,375(+544)🇮🇪 IrelandSarah McTernan22
34-15,131(+272)🇱🇻 LatviaCarouselThat Night
3505,016(+240)🇫🇮 FinlandDarude feat. Sebastian RejmanLook Away
3604,644(+321)🇦🇹 AustriaPÆNDALimits
3704,390(+184)🇱🇹LithuaniaJurij VeklenkoRun With The Lions
3804,272(+89)🇭🇷 CroatiaRokoThe Dream
3902,693(+217)🇲🇩 MoldovaAnna OdobescuStay
4002,410(+89)🇲🇪MontenegroD molHeaven
4101,709(+97)🇬🇪 GeorgiaOto NemsadzeKeep On Going

Stay tuned for weekly updates!

Make sure to check back each week for a unique look at who the Eurovision fan community are rating… or not! Which countries are moving up the rankings? Who are the biggest climbers and fallers? You’ll find out everything right here! And soon, we’ll start taking a closer look at the semi-final leaderboards too…

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!
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