• Kyriakos Tsinivits

All the Spanish Eurovision entries that have charted in Spain



Spain has taken part at the Eurovision Song Contest for over 60 years.


With over 61 appearances they have competed every single since their debut in 1961. At nearly half of those Contests Spain has finished in the top 10. They have two wins, finished runner-up four times, and were a formidable force in the 1960's and 1970's. At this year's Contest Chanel scored Spain a podium finish, their best result in 27 years.


Out of Spain's 62 entries (including 2020), 43 songs have charted on the Spanish national singles charts.


The first single to chart was their debut Eurovision entry, 'Estando contigo' by Conchita Bautista which reached No. 7 on the Top 15 Singles & EP's chart.


In our list we have ranked all the charting singles in order of their peak positions, then number of weeks at their peak, then number of weeks on the chart.


This list has been complied from the spanishcharts.com archive which you can find here. Also for the earlier entries we used data complied by a dedicated music chart lover on Twitter. You can find their tweet here.


The list is based on the following Spanish music charts:

  • Top 15 Singles & EP's

  • Top 20 Singles & EP's

  • Top 30 Singles & EP's

  • Top 50 Singles y Maxi-Singles

  • Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles

  • Top 20 Descargas

  • Top 50 Canciones

  • Top 100 Canciones

We have included video links to a few Eurovision entries with interesting facts along with the Top 3 in this list.


Let’s go!


43. Manel Navarro - 'Do It for Your Lover' - 26th place in 2017 (No. 75 - 1 week on chart) Top 100 Canciones


42. Barei - 'Say Yay!' - 22nd place in 2016 (No. 36 - 18 weeks on chart) Top 100 Canciones


41. ESDM - 'Contigo hasta el final' - 25th place in 2013 (No. 32 - 1 week on chart) Top 50 Canciones


40. Cadillac - 'Valentino' - 10th place in 1986 (No. 24 - 7 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


39. Tim, Nelly and Tony - 'Caracola' - 12th place in 1964 (No. 20 - 1 week on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's

38. Edurne - 'Amanecer' - 21st place in 2015 (No. 20 - 5 weeks on chart) Top 100 Canciones


37. Lucía Pérez - 'Que me quiten lo bailao' - 23rd place in 2011 (No. 19 - 3 weeks on chart) Top 50 Canciones


36. Víctor Balaguer - 'Llámame' - 13th place in 1962 (No. 18- 1 week on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's


35. José Guardiola - 'Algo prodigioso' - 12th place in 1963 (No. 14 - 3 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's


34. Miki - 'La venda' - 22nd place in 2019 (No. 13 - 7 weeks on chart) Top 100 Canciones


33. Bacchelli - 'Y sólo tú' - 14th place in 1981 (No. 12 - 7 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


32. Paloma San Basilio - 'La fiesta terminó' - 14th place in 1985 (No. 12 - 12 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles

31. Azúcar Moreno - 'Bandido' - 5th place in 1990 (No. 10 - 11 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles



Azúcar Moreno's Eurovision performance was marred by technical difficulties where one of the backing tracks started later than anticipated. The pair walked off stage due to the technical glitch. Minutes later they returned to perform their song. 'Bandido' is the only Spanish Eurovision song to chart in Spain during the 1990's, reaching No. 10.


30. Braulio - 'Sobran las palabras' - 16th place in 1976 (No. 9 - 10 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


29. Soraya Arnelas - 'La noche es para mí' - 24th place in 2009 (No. 9 - 16 weeks on chart) Top 50 Canciones


28. Betty Missiego - 'Su canción' - 2nd place in 1979 (No. 8 - 10 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


27. Las Ketchup - 'Bloody Mary' - 21st place in 2006 (No. 7- 6 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles


26. Conchita Bautista - 'Estando contigo' - 9th place in 1961 (No. 7 - 8 weeks on chart) Top 15 Singles & EP's

25. Jaime Morey - 'Amanece' - 10th place in 1972 (No. 6 - 10 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


24. Pastora Soler - 'Quédate conmigo' - 10th place in 2012 (No. 6 - 25 weeks on chart) Top 50 Canciones

23. Ruth Lorenzo - 'Dancing in the Rain' - 10th place in 2014 (No. 5 - 7 weeks on chart)Top 50 Canciones


22. Lucía - 'Él' - 10th place in 1982 (No. 5 - 10 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


=20. José Vélez - 'Bailemos un vals' - 9th place in 1978 (No. 5 - 13 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


=20. Conchita Bautista - '¡Qué bueno, qué bueno!' - 15th place in 1965 (No. 5 - 13 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's


= 18. Daniel Diges - 'Algo pequeñito' - 15th place in 2010 (No. 5 - 15 weeks on chart) Top 50 Canciones


=18. Bravo - 'Lady, Lady' - 3rd place in 1984 (No. 5 - 15 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


17. La Década - 'La chica que yo quiero (Made in Spain)' - 11th place in 1988 (No. 5 - 20 weeks on chart) Top 50 Singles y Maxi-Singles


16. Micky - 'Enséñame a cantar' - 9th place in 1977 (No. 4 - 15 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


15. Karina - 'En un mundo nuevo' - 2nd place in 1971 (No. 3 - 18 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


14. Amaia and Alfred - 'Tu canción' - 23rd place in 2018 (No. 3 - 20 weeks on chart) Top 100 Canciones



Back in 2018 you could say Amaia and Alfred were couple goals. The pair managed to achieve the highest charting Spanish Eurovision entry of the 2010's with 'Tu canción', which landed at No. 3. Unfortunately in Lisbon as they finished in 23rd place at the Eurovision Grand Final. Despite this their song reached platinum status on the Spanish music chart with over 50,000 units sold and was placed at No. 75 on the end of year 2018 music chart.


13. David Civera - 'Dile que la quiero' - 6th place in 2001 (No. 2 - 9 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles


12. Salomé - 'Vivo cantando' - 1st place in 1969 (No. 2 - 14 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles & EP's


'Vivo cantando' is the only one out of Spain's two Eurovision winning songs to miss out on the No. 1 spot on the Spanish chart, peaking at No. 2. Though a Billboard publication does suggest that 'Vivo cantando' did reach No. 1 in Spain courtesy of El Gran Musical. Though based on the Top 30 Singles & EP's chart Salomé missed out on the top spot.


11. Sergio and Estíbaliz - 'Tú volverás' - 10th place in 1975 (No. 2 - 15 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


10. Peret - 'Canta y sé feliz' - 9th place in 1974 (No. 2 - 18 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles


9. Ramón - 'Para llenarme de ti' - 10th place in 2004 (No. 1 - 1 week at peak - 9 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles


8. Chanel - 'SloMo' - 3rd place in 2022 (No. 1 - 1 week at peak - 25 weeks on chart) Top 100 Canciones



'Slo Mo' became the best result for Spain at Eurovision in well over two decades. On the Spanish music chart it became the ninth Spanish Eurovision entry to reach No. 1 and the only one to chart in Spain during the 2020's so far.


7. Beth - 'Dime' - 8th place in 2003 (No. 1 - 2 weeks at peak - 7 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles y Maxi-Singles


6. Rodolfo Chikilicuatre - 'Baila el Chiki Chiki' - 16th place in 2008 (No. 1 - 2 weeks at peak - 12 weeks on chart) Top 20 Descargas



It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but 'Baila el Chiki Chiki' became very popular in Spain, reaching No.1 on the Top 20 Descargas. It became the 8th Spanish Eurovision song to reach the top peak. Its chart success brought a spark back with Spanish Eurovision songs. From 2008 Spanish Eurovision songs started charting yet again in Spain for over ten consecutive years, a feat not seen since the 1970's. 'Baila el Chiki Chiki' also saw success in Greece! It reached No. 1 on the Greek Digital Singles Chart.


5. Massiel - 'La, la, la' - 1st place in 1968 (No. 1 - 3 weeks at peak - 17 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles & EP's



'La, la, la' is the only Eurovision winning song to also reach the top of a Spanish music chart in our list. It was Spain's first Eurovision win, beating Cliff Richard's 'Congratulations' by a single point. Cliff's 1968 Eurovision song also managed to reach No. 1 in Spain.


4. Raphael - 'Hablemos del amor' - 6th place in 1967 (No. 1 - 3 weeks at peak - 20 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's

3. Mocedades - 'Eres tú' - 2nd place in 1973 (No. 1 - 4 weeks at peak - 18 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles



Mocedades garnered huge success after their Eurovision performance of 'Eres tú’ which finished in second placed in 1973 beaten by the Luxembourger entry ‘Tu te reconnaîtras’ by Anne-Marie David. The group reached the top spot on the Spanish music chart.


Around the world 'Eres tú’ was released as an English version called ‘Touch the Wind’. It has gone on to be covered by many artists over the decades including Il Divo, Petula Clark and Thalía. A guitar instrumental version of the song was even featured in the Bank of New Zealand television advertisement campaign in the 1990’s. 'Eres tú’ managed to chart in the United States, peaking at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100.

2. Julio Iglesias - 'Gwendolyne' - 4th place in 1970 (No. 1 - 8 weeks at peak - 19 weeks on chart) Top 30 Singles



'Gwendolyne' is the fourth Spanish Eurovision song to reach No. 1 in Spain. The song had moderate success on charts throughout Europe and South America. Julio ended up recording the song in five different languages; Spanish, English, French, German and Italian.



1. Raphael - 'Yo soy aquél' - 7th place in 1966 (No. 1 - 10 weeks at peak - 25 weeks on chart) Top 20 Singles & EP's



'Yo soy aquél' is the first Spanish Eurovision song to reach No. 1 in Spain. It is also the Spanish Eurovision song with the most weeks at the top spot. It is one of three songs to remain in the chart the longest, for 25 weeks. 'SloMo' and 'Quédate conmigo' also charted for 25 weeks.


There you have it. Did your favourite Spanish Eurovision song successfully chart in Spain?


Check out our 'The Eurovision Song Contest's top songs on the Billboard Hot 100' to see all the Eurovision songs that charted in the United States.


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