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Eurovision Song Contest 2021: Viewing figures

183 million viewers tuned in to watch one of the three shows of Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Several of the national broadcasters have also revealed their country viewing numbers

The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 has come to an end with Italy winning the 65th edition whom were represented by Måneskin and their song "Zitti e buoni".

The two Semi-finals and the final had in total 183 million viewers, according to EBU's statistics. The numbers of viewers has increased from the last contest that was held in 2019.

Viewing Figures by year (All shows)

  • Eurovision 2021: 183 million
  • Eurovision 2019: 182 million
  • Eurovision 2018: 186 million
  • Eurovision 2017: 182 million
  • Eurovision 2016: 204 million
  • Eurovision 2015: 197 million
  • Eurovision 2014: 195 million
  • Eurovision 2013: 170 million

Viewing Figures by country (Grand Final 2021)

Many Broadcasters are revealing their country's average viewing numbers during the Grand Final. Below you can find the viewer figures for 2021 together with a comparison to the numbers of viewers in 2019, when the last contest was held.

We will update this story when the broadcaster's viewing figures are made public.

  • Australia: 288,000 (412,000 in 2019) -30%
  • Austria: 596,000 (627,000 in 2019) -5%
  • Belgium: 1,925,000 (1,198,000 in 2019) +61%
  • Cyprus: 173,730 (180,000 in 2019) -3%
  • Denmark: 533,000 (1,090,000 in 2019) -51%
  • Estonia: 141,000 (201,000 in 2019) -30%
  • Finland: 1,400,000 (538,000 in 2019) +160%
  • France: 5,492,000 (4,780,000 in 2019) +15%
  • Germany: 7,700,000 (7,500,000 in 2019) +3%
  • Greece: 2,035,000 (1,863,000 in 2019) +9%
  • Iceland: 138,000 (171,000 in 2019) -19%
  • Ireland: 301,000 (284,700 in 2019) +6%
  • Italy: 4,300,000 (3,539,000 in 2019) +24%
  • Lithuania: 997,600 (302,000 in 2019) +230%
  • Netherlands: 5,400,000 (4,409,000 in 2019) +21%
  • Norway: 1,481,000 (1,247,000 in 2019) +19%
  • Poland: 1,500,000 (1,150,000 in 2019) +30%
  • Portugal: 1,200,000 (554,000 in 2019) +117%
  • Romania: 178,000 (147,000 in 2019) +21%
  • Serbia: 1,162,900 (662,500 in 2019) +76%
  • Spain: 4,000,000 (5,449,000 in 2019) -27%
  • Sweden: 2,900,000 (2,566,000 in 2019) +13%
  • United Kingdom: 7,400,000 (7,000,000 in 2019) +6%

About the author: Steven Spiteri (Malta)

authorSteven has been a huge Eurovision fan since 1995. He comes from a small town called Birkirkara located in Malta and graduated in Business & Administration. Steven follows all the national finals and Eurovision Song Contests every year especially Melodifestivalen and Eesti Laul. He has an endless list of favorites but the all time favorite entry would be Italy's 2016 entry "Nessun grado di separazione" by Francesca Michielin whilst Lisbon 2018 is his favorite Eurovision edition.



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