Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest
|Member station||Natsionalna Telekompaniya Ukrainy (NTU)|
|Best result||1st: 2004|
|Worst result||19th: 2005|
|Ukraine's page at Eurovision.tv|
Ukraine has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest eleven times, debuting in 2003 with a 14th place finish for the popular singer Oleksandr Ponomaryov. The country won in their second year of Eurovision being represented by the famous singer Ruslana at the 2004 contest, and finished in joint 19th place in the 2005 contest, for which the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, was the host. Ukraine has never been eliminated in the semifinals, and has therefore never missed a final.
|2003||Oleksandr Ponomaryov||"Hasta la Vista"||14||30||N/A||N/A|
|2005||GreenJolly||"Razom nas bahato" (Разом нас багато)||19||30||X||X|
|2006||Tina Karol||"Show Me Your Love"||7||145||7||146|
|2007||Verka Serduchka||"Dancing Lasha Tumbai"||2||235||X||X|
|2008||Ani Lorak||"Shady Lady"||2||230||1||152|
|2009||Svetlana Loboda||"Be My Valentine! (Anti-Crisis Girl)"||12||76||6||80|
|2012||Gaitana||"Be My Guest"||15||65||8||64|
- XX on Semi Finals denotes auto-qualification. This could be due to two reasons. If a country won the previous year, they did not have to compete in Semi Finals, or back in the early 2005-2007 era, countries who done well did not have to compete in Semi Finals the following year. The top ten non-Big four along with the Big four countries automatically qualified, for example, if Germany and France placed inside the top 10, the 11th and 12th spots were advanced to next year's Grand Final along with everyone within the top 10.
- XX on Finals denotes an unsuccessful attempt to qualify to the final.
- In 2012, Cyprus and Ukraine were both awarded with 65 points each in the Final, however, as regulated by the "count-back" tie-breaker rule, Ukraine finished 15th overall and Cyprus 16th because Ukraine received points from more countries in the Final than Cyprus.
Voting history (2003-2012) 
Ukraine has given the most points to...
Ukraine has received the most points from...
NOTE: Totals in the tables above include points awarded only in Eurovision finals, and not semi-finals, since 2004.
|2005||Kiev||Palace of Sports||Maria Efrosinina and Pavlo Shylko|
Marcel Bezençon Awards 
|Year||Song||Performer||Final Result||Points||Host city|
|2007||"Dancing Lasha Tumbai" (Dancing Лаша Тумбай)||Verka Serduchka||2nd||235||Helsinki|
Artistic Award (Voted by previous winners)
|Year||Performer||Song||Final Result||Points||Host city|
|2008||Ani Lorak||"Shady Lady"||2nd||230||Belgrade|
Commentators and spokespersons 
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|Year(s)||Television commentator||Dual Television commentator||Radio commentator||Spokesperson|
|2003||Pavlo Shylko||No Dual Television Commentator||Tetjana Terekhova||Lyudmyla Hariv|
|2004||Rodion Pryntsevsky||Oles Kruglyakov and Tetjana Terekhova||Pavlo Shylko|
|2005||Vyacheslav Chornenky||Olena Zelinchenko||Maria Orlova|
|2006||Pavlo Shylko||Igor Posypaiko|
|2007||Tymur Miroshnychenko||No broadcast||Kateryna Osadcha|
|2008||Olena Zelinchenko||Marysya Horobets|
|2011||Tetiana Terekhova||Olena Zelinchenko||Ruslana|
- Points to and from Ukraine eurovisioncovers.co.uk
- Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest - 2010 eurovision-ukraine.com