Seven songs have won the Europa Song Contest, a competition organized by members of the European Broadcasting Union. The contest has been held once in about five months since its debut in January 2017. The contest's winner has been determined using a basic voting method; awarding points to countries by juries and/or televoters. The country awarded the most points is declared the winner.
There have been eight contests, with Iceland being the only country to win the event two times while. The other five countries have won once. Germany won the first contest, held in Bulgaria. Apart from Germany is the only country to win at its debut.
Oonagh's "Aulë und Yavanna" became the first winning song to be entirely in a language other than English, followed by Eleni Foureira's "Mono Gia Sena which was sung in Greek, The Hardkiss's "Antarctica" which was sung in Ukrainian, Maya Berović's "Nisam Normalna" which was sung in Bosnian and Lola Indigo's "Ya No Quiero Ná" which was sung in Spanish.
|#01||Germany||Oonagh||"Aulë und Yavanna"||156||33||Greece||Sofia|
|#02||Sweden||Mariette||"A Million Years"||141||13||Malta||Oldenburg|
|#03||Greece||Eleni Foureira||"Mono Gia Sena"||277||76||Netherlands||Malmö|
|#04||Iceland||Gladius ft. K. Elias||"The Lunatics"||330||7||Moldova||Thessaloniki|
|#06||Iceland||iLL Blu ft, Glowie||Tribalist"||410||56||Macedonia||Dnipro|
|#07||Bosnia-Herzegovina||Maya Berović||"Nisam Normalna"||350||0||Serbia||Akranes|
|#08||Andorra||Lola Indigo||"Ya No Quiero Ná"||387||33||Turkey||Sarajevo|
|3||English||#02, #04, #06|
- List of countries in the Europa Song Contest
- List of host cities of the Europa Song Contest
- List of languages in the Europa Song Contest
- List of Europa Song Contest presenters