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Eurovision Song Contest 1972

The Eurovision Song Contest 1972 was the 17th Eurovision, it was held in the United Kingdom on March 25th and the presenter was Moira Shearer[?]. Vicky Leandros was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Apres Toi[?].

Results

1972 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria The Milestones[?] Falter Im Wind 5 100
Belgium Serge and Christine Ghisoland[?] A La Folie Ou Pas De Tout 17 55
Finland Päivi Paunu and Kim Floor[?] Muistathan 12 78
France Betty Mars[?] Come-Comedie 11 81
Germany Mary Roos[?] Nur Die Liebe Lasst Uns Leben 3 107
Ireland Sandie Jones[?] Ceol An Ghra 15 72
Italy Nicola di Bari[?] I Giorni Dell' Arcobaleno 6 92
Luxembourg Vicky Leandros Apres Toi 1 128
Malta Helen and Joseph[?] L-Imhabba 18 48
Monaco Anne-Marie Godart and Peter MacLane[?] Comme On S'aime 16 65
Netherlands Sandra and Andres[?] Als Het Om De Liefde Gaat 4 106
Norway Grethe Kausland and Benny Borg[?] Smaating 14 73
Portugal Carlos Mendes[?] A Festa Da Vida 7 90
Spain Jaime Morey[?] Amanece 10 83
Sweden Family Four[?] Haerliga Sommardag 13 75
Switzerland Veronique Mueller[?] C'est La Chanson De Mon Amour 8 88
United Kingdom New Seekers[?] Beg, Steal Or Borrow 2 114
Yugoslavia Tereza Kesovija[?] Muzika i ti 9 87
Venue: Usher Hall[?] - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
The table is ordered by the countries names.

Voting Structure Each Country had 2 Jury Members, one under 25 and one over 25. They each awarded 1 to 5 points for each song.


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