• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Australia picks up points from Turkey in INFE 2022 Eurovision Poll



The International Network of Fan Clubs of Eurovision (INFE) is an organisation that brings together fan clubs of Eurovision around the world.


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


The INFE group run a song poll with esctoday each year, much like the OGAE Song Poll, and the results for 2022 have started to be released.


After Greece was revealed yesterday, it is Turkey's turn and their results were:

  • 12 - Spain

  • 10 - Cyprus

  • 8 - Albania

  • 7 - Azerbaijan

  • 6 - Sweden

  • 5 - The Netherlands

  • 4 - Poland

  • 3 - Ukraine

  • 2 - AUSTRALIA

  • 1 - San Marino


These are the first points awarded to Australia after the reveal of votes from six countries so far.


Australia's vote were revealed earlier in the week, you can find them here.


These are the full results as of today:

  • Sweden – 46 points

  • Spain – 44 points

  • Italy - 43 points

  • United Kingdom – 38 points

  • The Netherlands – 29 points

  • Poland – 23 points

  • Albania – 17 points

  • Austria – 15 points

  • Greece – 15 points

  • Cyprus - 14 points

  • Serbia – 10 points

  • Ukraine – 8 points

  • Azerbaijan - 7 points

  • Finland – 7 points

  • France – 6 points

  • Belgium – 5 points

  • Estonia – 5 points

  • Czech Republic – 4 points

  • Portugal – 3 points

  • AUSTRALIA - 2 points

  • Malta – 2 points

  • Germany – 2 points

  • San Marino - 1 points

  • Norway – 1 points

  • Croatia – 1 points


Four countries have voted so far in the OGAE Song Poll with Australia getting their first set of points from Latvia, you can find out more here.


You can follow the results of the INFE Poll via https://www.facebook.com/INFENetwork or http://esctoday.com/