The final of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 22nd in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and you can add to the fun and excitement with our free printable Eurovision scorecard which comes complete with the names of the countries, singers and songs … and a scoring system with several categories. Grab a pen and some snacks. Turn up the volume. Get ready for some great nights of Eurovision entertainment. The exciting semi-finals will take place on 18th May and 20th May just a few days before the grand final.
As always the “Big Five” are granted automatic entry into the final in recognition of their financial contributions to the EBU (European Broadcasting Union). The “Big Five” are currently the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain so they are guaranteed a place on our free printable Eurovision scorecard … no other country has that guarantee on our score sheet until they have won a place in a semi-final. Oh! … except The Netherlands of course; they’re guaranteed a place on the final scoreboard because they won in 2019 with “Arcade” sung by Duncan Laurence.
The information on this page was last updated on 8th February 2021.
Printable Eurovision 2021 Scorecard for The Netherlands
We love the Eurovision Song Contest so we hope that our free printable Eurovision scorecard (aka ‘score sheet’) helps to make May 22nd 2021 more fun than ever before. If there’s a few of you gathering for a party (if your Country’s Covid laws allow it) you can decide how best to use the scoreboard sheet; maybe jointly agree on a score for each category (?) … or be more competitive and let everybody make their own judgement. Maybe have a few prizes available for anybody that matches their first, second or third place with the official results on the scoreboard.
Using our score sheet you can rank each country appearing in Rotterdam on ‘Voice and Vocals’, ‘Special Effects’, ‘Choreography’, ‘Song’ and ‘The Eurovision “WOW FACTOR”‘; there’s space to write in your marks out of ten for each of these categories and for your total score. When the contest is over you can compare your own results with the official Eurovision 2021 scoreboard results.
Our current controversial predictions for the top five acts are:
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TAKE A QUIZ! …
We’ve created online Eurovision trivia multiple choice quizzes (with answers) all about the spectacular Eurovision Song Contest that tests your knowledge of its many rules, its history and of course the fabulous and colourful contestants that have performed over the years.
If you want some simpler questions try our Easy Online Multiple Choice Eurovision Trivia Quiz Questions. If you consider yourself a SUPERFAN then you’ll want nothing less than our Most Challenging Online Eurovision Quiz Ever.
Great for a party or get-together, work in teams or alone to see who is the winner and the undisputed expert on this annual spectacular. What is the age of the youngest person to have won? What are the rules about the number of performers allowed on stage? Which country has won most often? So enjoy our free Eurovision trivia quiz questions (answers included) but try to avoid “nul points” (or even “nil points”).
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Did you know? … there is a maximum of six people allowed on the stage which includes any backup singers or dancers. Up until 1971 it was just three people.
The Eurovision Song Contest has had more than its fair share of memorable moments and performers over the years. One of our favourite winners was Swedish entry Måns Zelmerlöw who performed in 2015 with his amazing song ‘Heroes’ which featured mind-blowingly incredible visuals. He also went on to do a great job hosting the following year’s Eurovision alongside Swedish TV presenter Petra Mede. Another performer who had similarly impressive visuals was Russian entry Sergey Lazarev with the song “You Are The Only One” in 2016. He even took it one step further by appearing to climb the background screen to make it look like he was part of it! In spite of this amazing performance he only came third, losing both to Australian entry Dami Im’s “Sound of Silence” and Ukrainian entry Jamala’s “1944” who won the Eurovision Song Contest that year. Finally, we want to mention the performance from Moldova’s 2018 entry DoReDoS with the song “My Lucky Day” who gave us both creative and surreal background choreography. Even though they didn’t win, they did manage to make it into the Top 10.
Make sure you visit the Official Website of the Eurovision Song Contest for up to date videos, photos, news and some interesting facts and trivia about its journey from fringe to mainstream.
We’ve listed below links to each year’s scorecard so you can take a walk down Memory Lane and remember who the finalists were for each year’s competition:
– 2019 Tel Aviv
– 2020 (cancelled due to Covid-19)