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Eurovision Bingo 2023

Use our free tool to generate printable Eurovision 2023 bingo cards – play Eurovision bingo with friends or by yourself while the entire show unfolds on the BBC. 

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Eurovision Bingo 2023
Eurovision Bingo 2023
“Every Vote Counts!”
Cyprus Wins
Out-of-Tune Singing
Political Posturing
Norway Finishes Last
UK Finishes Last
References to Abba
References to Bucks Fizz
Mini-Flag Waving
Clothing Shed During Performance
Sweeping Shot of Liverpool
Satellite Delay
Stage Fog
Winning Country Scores 300+ Points
Song about Love
Technical Glitch

Eurovision Bingo Cards 2023

Are you ready for the greatest show on earth? Well this bingo card isn’t for you then because it relates to the Eurovision Song Contest of 2023. (just kidding)

Yes once again, it’s upon us – the most celebrated, reviled and lampooned song contests on the planet.

Our continental cousins take the competition rather seriously, while here in the UK most of us watch through the cracks between our fingers.

Residing in the ‘so good it’s bad’ file, the Eurovision Song Contest is something of a Spring time viewing staple on this side of the English Channel.

The show airs on the BBC and is presented by the one and only Graham Norton. And to help you enjoy the clichés and tropes that will invariably pervade this bizarre extravaganza, we’ve created Eurovision bingo cards.

How to Play Eurovision Bingo

Instead of numbers, our Euro Vision bingo cards contain sayings, events and clichés, most of which will probably happen throughout the night.

All you’ve got to do is mark them off as they occur. The first person to mark most or all of the items is declared the winner.

To play Eurovision bingo, we highly recommend that you play with friends as part of a Eurovision watch party.

How to Create Cards for Your Eurovision Bingo Night

Choose Card Size – select the grid size box to see the dimensions available. We recommend going with a 4 x 4 layout.

Add Items to The Bingo Card – there are more than 40 pre-filled items so the bingo cards are ready to go. But you can also add your own or change the existing ones if you’d like. They can be added where it says ‘Enter words/emojis’. When you’re ready, press generate bingo card.

Select Number of Eurovision Bingo Cards – you can either choose the number of cards to print from the drop down menu or enter your own number in the custom number box.

You can also invite your friends to play Eurovision bingo by email. Enter their addresses and click invite. After you’ve completed this step, click ‘generate printable bingo cards’.

All of the terms will be jumbled up with each Eurovision bingo card.

You should now be ready to play Eurovision bingo with your friends.

Eurovision Song Contest 2023 – List of Contestants

This year’s abomination is being held in Liverpool. Traditionally it would be held in the Ukraine given that last year’s winner was from that country. But with world events as they are, the UK’s 2008 Capital of Culture has been chosen.

Here’s the rap sheet for 2023:

Albania: Albina & Familja Kelmendi – “Duje”

Armenia: Brunette – “Future Lover”

Australia: Voyager – “Promise”

Austria: Teya & Salena – “Who The Hell Is Edgar?”

Azerbaijan: TuralTuranX – “Tell Me More”

Belgium: Gustaph – “Because Of You”

Croatia: Let 3 – “Mama ŠČ!”

Cyprus: Andrew Lambrou – “Break A Broken Heart”

Czech Republic: Vesna – “My Sister’s Crown”

Denmark: Reiley – “Breaking My Heart”

Estonia: Alika – “Bridges”

Finland: Käärijä – “Cha Cha Cha”

France: La Zarra – “Évidemment”

Georgia: Iru – ‘Echo”

Germany: Lord Of The Lost – “Blood & Glitter”

Greece: Victor Vernicos – “What Τhey Say”

Iceland: Diljá – “Power”

Ireland: Wild Youth – “We Are One”

Israel: Noa Kirel – “Unicorn”

Italy: Marco Mengoni – “Due Vite”

Latvia: Sudden Lights – “Aijā”

Lithuania: Monika Linkytė – “Stay”

Malta: The Busker – “Dance (Our Own Party)”

Moldova: Pasha Parfeny – “Soarele și Luna”

The Netherlands: Mia Nicolai & Dion Cooper – “Burning Daylight”

Norway: Alessandra – “Queen Of Kings”

Poland: Blanka – “Solo”

Portugal: Mimicat – “Ai Coração”

Romania: Theodor Andrei – “DGT (Off And On)”

San Marino: Piqued Jacks – “Like an Animal”

Serbia: Luke Black – “Samo Mi Se Spava”

Slovenia: Joker Out – “Carpe Diem”

Spain: Blanca Paloma – “Ea Ea”

Sweden: Loreen – “Tattoo”.

Ukraine: Tvorchi– “Heart Of Steel”

Top 5 Most Notorious Eurovision Moments of All Time

Where to begin? The competition has been careening from one year to the next since 1956. In amongst the numerous gems (Abba, Loreen, uh, Bucks Fizz, Dana International, Conchita Wurst) have been an awful lot of wardrobe malfunctions and some utterly abominable performances. Here are five of the worst/best.

Ireland’s Turkey – 2008

Marking a low point in Irish musical history is Dustin’s Turkey puppet. Yes, that’s correct. Ireland happened upon the idea of using a puppet to represent the country at the 2008 event. ‘Where oh where did it all go wrong’ asked Dustin before his warbling intro morphed into a bizarre electro number. Where indeed. It’s a mystery.

Flying the Flag – 2007

The UK has had its fair share of ‘bad luck’ at Eurovision, despite entering some decent songs from the likes of Gina G and Cliff Richard. Rest assured, that ‘Flying the Flag’ isn’t one of them. The song’s flight attendant theme was sprinkled with some appalling innuendos which we won’t go into here. To top it all off, the song just wasn’t very good.

Cry Baby – 2003

Another atrocity from the UK. Jemini’s alright-ish ditty was ruined on the night by a performance that was about as off-key as you can get. In fairness, the monitors weren’t working but yeesh – what a shocker. By the time the song was over, most of Europe was in tears. The act also failed to score a single point.

Remedios Amaya – 1983

This rock-flamenco hybrid was inflicted upon continental Europe by some Spanish woman called Remedios Amaya. Backed by a plodding bass guitar and not a whole lot else besides, the meandering verse was frantically delivered by a feverish Remedios who sounded a lot like Yoko Ono singing on a good day. Nuff said.

Tune about a Treaty – 1990

Toto Cutugno (us neither) sang about the Maastricht Treaty back in 1990. Oh the excitement. Naturally, Eurovision voters loved it and awarded the drab number first place. Bedecked in a white suit and sporting an alarming mullet, Cutugno’s clench-fisted ode to the EU’s foundation treaty has aged very, very badly.

Last updated: May 9, 2023
Dale Shelabarger
Freelance Contributor