|National selection events|
|Appearances||6 (0 finals)|
|Best result||12th: 2007 SF|
|Worst result||Last: 2006 SF [a]|
|Andorra's page at Eurovision.tv|
Andorra has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest six times. It debuted at the 2004 contest and participated every year until the 2009 contest. A majority of the competing songs were sung in Catalan, the national language of Andorra. Interest in the contest had been great for some time before 2004, despite the local Andorran broadcaster, Ràdio i Televisió d'Andorra (RTVA), not airing the contest until the early 2000s. Previously, citizens could watch it on either Spanish or French stations.
As of 2020, Andorra is the only country to have participated in the contest without reaching the final. The best the country has ever done was in the 2007 contest, where it finished 12th in its semi-final and did not advance to the final.
Despite its interest in the competition, Andorra has never qualified for the final. In 2007, a qualification was predicted, but with a 12th place finish, it just missed out. In the past, RTVA held a large reality show contest titled 12 Punts to select its entry for Eurovision. From 2006 through 2008, RTVA held an internal selection process to select the Andorran entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. For 2009, RTVA announced that there would be a public selection process to select the entry - something not seen in the country since 2005. Andorra sent the song "La teva decisió (Get a Life)" performed by Susanne Georgi to the 2009 contest in Moscow, Russia. Like those before it, the entry also failed to qualify for the final, receiving only 8 points in the semi-final.
In December 2009, RTVA announced that Andorra would not participate in the 2010 Contest due to a lack of funding for an Andorran entry. This came after RTVA had already submitted an application for the contest in case funding could be found to submit an entry. The country did not return to the 2011 contest due to financial difficulties. On 8 November 2011, RTVA announced that they would leave the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), due to financial reasons and a cut of subsidies from the Andorran government. After a meeting with the EBU director Ingrid Deltenre in June 2012, RTVA decided to stay in the EBU, but said participation in Eurovision is still unlikely. In November 2019, the Andorran Government confirmed to El Nacional that RTVA could return to the contest after an assessment of the cost was made. However, they did not specify whether that return would happen at the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, or at a future contest.
|2004||Marta Roure||Catalan||"Jugarem a estimar-nos"||Failed to qualify||18||12|
|2005||Marian van de Wal||Catalan||"La mirada interior"||23||27|
|2006||Jenny||Catalan||"Sense tu"||23[a] ◁||8|
|2007||Anonymous||Catalan, English||"Salvem el món"||12||80|
|2009||Susanne Georgi||Catalan, English||"La teva decisió (Get a Life)"||15||8|
|2003||Albert Roig and Meri Picart||Did not participate|
|2004||Meri Picart and Josep Lluís Trabal||Pati Molné|
|2007||Marian van de Wal|
|2009||Meri Picart||Brigits García|