• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Australia's votes revealed in the INFE 2021 Eurovision Poll


Image: ESC Today

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, similar to the OGAE Song Poll, and the results for 2021 have been released over the last few days.


After North Macedonia was revealed it was Australia's turn to share their results on April 22. They are as follows:

  • 12 - Switzerland

  • 10 - Lithuania

  • 8 - France

  • 7 - Malta

  • 6 - San Marino

  • 5 - Norway

  • 4 - Azerbaijan

  • 3 - Finland

  • 2 - Cyprus

  • 1 - Ireland


These are the full results as of April 23 after the 6th day of voting reveals with the last nation to vote being Hungary:


  1. Switzerland – 56 points

  2. France – 35 points

  3. Greece – 30 points

  4. Lithuania – 27 points

  5. Malta – 23 points

  6. Cyprus – 20 points

  7. San Marino – 19 points

  8. Romania – 17 points

  9. Azerbaijan – 14 points

  10. Norway – 14 points

  11. Denmark – 14 points

  12. Finland – 12 points

  13. Bulgaria – 12 points

  14. Estonia – 10 points

  15. Ukraine – 10 points

  16. Slovenia – 6 points

  17. Poland – 6 points

  18. Moldova – 5 points

  19. Sweden – 5 points

  20. Ireland – 4 points

  21. Italy – 3 points

  22. Australia – 2 points

  23. Croatia – 1 point

  24. Spain – 1 point

Australia scored 2 points from Cyprus earlier in the week you can check out the full results from Cyprus here.


One third of the votes have been revealed so far in the OGAE Song Poll. Australia hasn't yet received a point.


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