Euro 2020

#EURO2020: Eurovision Jukebox – Match Day 9

The UEFA 2020 European Championships are here after a postponement of one year – more commonly known as Euro 2020. Each day, we will upload tracks into our Jukebox articles, to accompany the matches played on that day. Today sees three matches – Hungary vs. France, Portugal vs. Germany and Spain vs. Poland.

Hungary – “Running”

András Kállay-Saunders represented Hungary at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. András sang “Running” and finished in 5th place, with a total of 143 points.

Video: YouTube/EBU

France – “Un jour, un enfant”

Frida Boccara represented France at the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest in Madrid, Spain. Frida sang “Un jour, un enfant” and finished in 1st place, with a total of 18 points.

Video: YouTube/Victor Ovies

Portugal – “O meu coração não tem cor”

Lúcia Moniz represented Portugal at the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway. Lúcia sang “O meu coração não tem cor” and finished in 6th place, with a total of 92 points.

Video: YouTube/escLIVEmusic1

Germany – “Ein bißchen Frieden”

Nicole represented Germany at the 1982 Eurovision Song Contest in Harrogate, the United Kingdom. Nicole sang “Ein bißchen Frieden” and finished in 1st place, with a total of 161 points.

Video: YouTube/nieljco

Spain – “Vivo cantando”

Salomé represented Sweden at the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest in Madrid, Spain. Salomé sang “Vivo cantando” and finished in 1st place, with a total of 18 points.

Video: YouTube/ESC:56-73

Poland – “Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic”

Ich Troje represented Poland at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest in Riga, Latvia. Ich Troje sang “Keine Grenzen – Żadnych granic” and finished in 7th place, with a total of 90 points.

Video: YouTube/JUGOVIZIJA

Join us tomorrow, as we upload our Eurovision Jukebox with tracks from Italy, Wales, Switzerland and Turkey. At the end of Euro 2020, we will publish the full Jukebox playlist.

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Author: Richard Taylor

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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