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Congratulations, Poland!

Thank you, Minsk!

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Poland was one of the original participants in the very first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen and have taken part four times in total.

They participated in 2003 and 2004 and resumed their participation in 2016 when they acieved their best result to date, an 11th place for Nie zapomnij performed by Olivia Wieczorek. In 2018, they won the competition with Anyone I Want to Be by Roksana Węgiel.
Poland will host the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Stay tuned for more information.

Facts

First participation
2003 (Kasia Zurawik)
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Copenhagen 2003Kasia ZurawikCoś Mnie Nosi316
Lillehammer 2004KWADroŁap Życie317
Valletta 2016Olivia WieczorekNie zapomnij6011
Tbilisi 2017Alicja RegaMój Dom1388
Minsk 2018Roksana WęgielAnyone I Want To Be2151

Poland was one of the original participants in the very first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen and have taken part four times in total.

They participated in 2003 and 2004 and resumed their participation in 2016 when they acieved their best result to date, an 11th place for Nie zapomnij performed by Olivia Wieczorek. In 2018, they won the competition with Anyone I Want to Be by Roksana Węgiel.
Poland will host the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Stay tuned for more information.

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw

Facts

First participation
2003 (Kasia Zurawik)
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Copenhagen 2003Kasia ZurawikCoś Mnie Nosi316
Lillehammer 2004KWADroŁap Życie317
Valletta 2016Olivia WieczorekNie zapomnij6011
Tbilisi 2017Alicja RegaMój Dom1388
Minsk 2018Roksana WęgielAnyone I Want To Be2151

The basics

Full country name
Republic of Poland
Capital
Warsaw

Facts

First participation
2003 (Kasia Zurawik)
Hosts
None

Poland was one of the original participants in the very first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen and have taken part four times in total.

They participated in 2003 and 2004 and resumed their participation in 2016 when they acieved their best result to date, an 11th place for Nie zapomnij performed by Olivia Wieczorek. In 2018, they won the competition with Anyone I Want to Be by Roksana Węgiel.
Poland will host the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Stay tuned for more information.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Copenhagen 2003Kasia ZurawikCoś Mnie Nosi316
Lillehammer 2004KWADroŁap Życie317
Valletta 2016Olivia WieczorekNie zapomnij6011
Tbilisi 2017Alicja RegaMój Dom1388
Minsk 2018Roksana WęgielAnyone I Want To Be2151