• Dale Roberts

Eurovision national finals: All you need to know about Super Sunday

It's a big weekend for Eurovision fans.

There will be SIX national final including 2019 televote winner KEiiNO and 1999 Eurovision winner Charlotte Perelli.

Three countries will choose their Eurovision song: Norway, Finland and Spain. Full details including times and links for Australians below:

Norway Melodi Grand Prix Final

Time: 5:55am AEDT Watch: https://www.nrk.no/mgp/

Details: See all songs and our rankings https://www.aussievision.net/post/melodi-grand-prix-final-the-aussievision-team-s-rankings-1st-to-12th

Finland UMK Final

Time: 6:00am AEDT Watch: https://areena.yle.fi/1-50739097

Details: See our preview here https://www.aussievision.net/post/finland-uuden-musiikin-kilpailu-2021-umk21-preview

Spain Destino Eurovisión Final

Time: 8:00am AEDT Watch: https://www.rtve.es/directo/la-1/

Details: See our preview here https://www.aussievision.net/post/destino-eurovisi%C3%B3n-spanish-national-final-preview

Sweden Melodifestivalen Semi-Final 3

Time: 6:00am AEDT Watch: https://www.svtplay.se/melodifestivalen-2021

Details: See our preview here https://www.aussievision.net/post/melodifestivalen-semi-final-3-preview

Estonia Eesti Laul Semi-Final 2

Time: 4:30am AEDT Watch: https://menu.err.ee/k/eesti-laul

Details: See who is competing and our ranks https://www.aussievision.net/post/eesti-laul-2021-running-order-and-hosts-revealed

Portugal Festival da Canção Semi-Final 1

Time: 8:00am AEDT Watch: https://www.rtp.pt/play/direto/rtpinternacional

Details: See our preview https://www.aussievision.net/post/portugal-festival-da-can%C3%A7%C3%A3o-2021-semifinal-1-preview

Check out our predictions on who will take out the three deciding national finals