• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Australia picks up points from Rest of the World in the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2022



Australia has picked up its third set of points in the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2022, this time from OGAE Rest of the World.


Each year the fan clubs from across the world vote for their favourite Eurovision songs ahead of the Contest.


The clubs are part of OGAE International who organises the poll and helps coordinate the clubs worldwide.


Each of the 40+ clubs reveal their Top 10 songs in traditional Eurovision voting with former winners including 'Euphoria', 'Toy' and 'Only Teardrops'.


It is a different network from INFE, however share the similar ideals of uniting fans together in their love of Eurovision.


After OGAE Turkey was revealed yesterday, it is OGAE Rest of the World's turn today!


Their results are:

  • 12 points - Italy

  • 10 points - Sweden

  • 8 points - Spain

  • 7 points - United Kingdom

  • 6 points - Poland

  • 5 points - Czech Republic

  • 4 points - France

  • 3 points - AUSTRALIA

  • 2 points - Norway

  • 1 point - The Netherlands


These are the third set of points awarded to Australia after the reveal of votes from eleven countries so far. Australia last received points from the Eurovision 2022 hosts Italy.


These are the full results as of today:

  • Italy – 101 points

  • Sweden – 94 points

  • Spain – 80 points

  • United Kingdom – 50 points

  • The Netherlands – 47 points

  • France – 42 points

  • Poland – 37 points

  • Norway – 26 points

  • Cyprus – 24 points

  • Albania – 22 points

  • Ukraine – 18 points

  • Serbia – 18 points

  • Austria – 15 points

  • Finland – 14 points

  • Greece – 12 points

  • Czech Republic – 10 points

  • Estonia – 9 points

  • AUSTRALIA – 6 points

  • Moldova – 6 points

  • Belgium – 2 points

  • Germany – 2 points

  • Romania – 2 points

  • Lithuania – 1 point


12 countries have voted so far in the INFE Eurovision Poll. Australia's last set of points were from Italy.


You can follow the results of the OGAE Poll 2022 via the OGAE International site here.