Spain in the Home Composed Song Contest

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Spain first participated in the Home Composed Song Contest in the inaugural edition in 1991 and was most recently represented in the 2018 edition.

Spain has one victory to its name, achieved by "When I Die" performed by Kristin in 2015. Alfonso Daniel also claimed victory on behalf of Spain in the special Instrumental of the Year category the following year.

Contestants

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Year Title Performer Position
1991 Be Back Soon Maria Luisa Perero 8 (of 9)
1991 I'll Always Stand By You Maria Luisa Perero 9 (of 9)
2004 Malos tiempos Ángel García González 7 (of 23)
2005 Ponte en mi lugar Lobo WD
2006 Después Lobo 26 (of 36)
2008 A ritmo de tango Samuel Bugia 9 (of 31)
2009 Perdido Samuel Bugia 14 (of 25)
2010 Fuerte Samuel Bugia 15 (of 19)
2011 Gracias Mel 22 (of 35)
2011 Back To Past Alfonso Daniel Fernández 27 (of 35)
2012 Hay magia en mí Alfonso Fernández 11 (of 22)
2012 Recognize Me Alfonso Fernández 13 (of 22)
2013 Mucho por ganar Jessica González & Alfonso Fernández 15 (of 25)
2013 Dance To The Beat Paco Pérez 23 (of 25)
2014 Noviembre Alfonso Daniel 7 (of 18)
2014 Emptiness Estela 8 (of 18)
2015 When I Die Kristin 1 (of 18)
2015 Still Remember Alfonso Daniel 4 (of 18)
2015 Almohadas Victoria 7 (of 18)
2016 Rise Victoria 6 (of 14)
2016 Modern Girl Alfonso Daniel 11 (of 14)
2017 Halley Alfonso Daniel 3 (of 14)
2018 Gentil Lobo 5 (of 18)
2018 Just One Word Alfonso Daniel 14 (of 18)

Instrumental of the Year:

Year Title Performer Position
2016 Romanza de Sakura Alfonso Daniel 1 (of 6)


Home Composed Song Contest
Editions
1990s · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999
2000s · 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009
2010s · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018

Countries
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FYR Macedonia · Malta · Netherlands · Norway · Poland · Portugal · Romania · Russia
San Marino · Serbia · Slovenia · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland · Turkey · United Kingdom

Statistics
Winners · Medal table: Countries · Medal table: Participants · Most entries: Countries · Most entries: Participants