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Suomen euroviisukarsinta

Suomen euroviisukarsinta was the Eurovision National final for Finland from 1961 until 2011. It was replaced by Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu in 2012. Finland got nul points three times, Laila Halme in 1963, Viktor Klimenko in 1965 and Kojo in 1982.

Past winners

Year Song Artist Position in ESC
1961 "Valoa ikkunassa" Laila Kinnunen 10th
1962 "Tipi-tii" Marion Rung 7th
1963 "Muistojeni laulu" Laila Halme 13th
1964 "Laiskotellen" Lasse Mårtenson 7th
1965 "Aurinko laskee länteen" Viktor Klimenko 15th
1966 "Playboy" Ann Christine 10th
1967 "Varjoon - suojaan" Fredi 12th
1968 "Kun kello käy" Kristina Hautala 16th
1969 "Kuin silloin ennen" Jarkko & Laura 12th
1971 "Tie uuteen päivään" Markku Aro & Koivistolaiset 8th
1972 "Muistathan" Päivi Paunu & Kim Floor 12th
1973 "Tom Tom Tom" Marion Rung 6th
1974 "Keep Me Warm" Carita 13th
1975 "Old Man Fiddle" Pihasoittajat 7th
1976 "Pump-Pump" Fredi & Ystävät 11th
1977 "Lapponia" Monica Aspelund 10th
1978 "Anna rakkaudelle tilaisuus" Seija Simola 18th
1979 "Katson sineen taivaan" Katri Helena 14th
1980 "Huilumies" Vesa-Matti Loiri 19th
1981 "Reggae OK" Riki Sorsa 16th
1982 "Nuku pommiin" Kojo 18th
1983 "Fantasiaa" Ami Aspelund 11th
1984 "Hengaillaan" Kirka 9th
1985 "Eläköön elämä" Sonja Lumme 9th
1986 "Never The End" Kari Kuivalainen 15
1987 "Sata salamaa" Vicky Rosti & Boulevard 15th
1988 "Nauravat silmät muistetaan" Boulevard 20th
1989 "La dolce vita" Anneli Saaristo 7th
1990 "Fri?" Beat 21
1991 "Hullu yö" Kaija Kärkinen 20th
1992 "Yamma, yamma" Pave Maijanen 23rd
1993 "Tule luo" Katri Helena 17th
1994 "Bye Bye Baby" CatCat 22nd
1996 "Niin kaunis on taivas" Jasmine 23rd
1998 "Aava" Edea 15th
2000 "A Little Bit" Nina Åström 18th
2002 "Addicted To You" Laura 20th
2004 "Takes 2 To Tango" Jari Sillanpää 14th (SF)
2005 "Why?" Geir Rönning 18th (SF)
2006 "Hard Rock Hallelujah" Lordi 1st
2007 "Leave Me Alone" Hanna Pakarinen 17th
2008 "Missä miehet ratsastaa" Teräsbetoni 22nd
2009 "Lose Control" Waldo's People 25th
2010 "Työlki ellää" Kuunkuiskaajat 11th (SF)
2011 "Da Da Dam" Paradise Oskar 21st
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