|Broadcaster||TVP (Telewizja Polska)|
Piosenka dla (#02-)
|Appearances||4 (4 finals)|
|Best result||2nd, #04|
|Worst result||18th, #03|
Poland debuted in the first edition of The Origin Song Contest. The Polish broadcaster, Telewisja Polska is in charge of the country's participation at the contest. The country was the first host of the contest and has always qualified to the final, its best result being second place, achieved in the fourth edition with the song "Na koniec świata" performed by Honorata Skarbek.
Poland debuted in the first edition of the contest. The country hosted the edition in the Tauron Arena in Kraków. Anna Popek and Paulina Sykut Jeżyna hosted the contest. To represent the host country, TVP selected Kasia Popowska to perform her song "Dryfy". The entry was prequalified to the final and finished in 9th place with 72 points. This is the best result Poland has achieved to date.
In the second edition, Poland hosted a national final called "Piosenka dla Finlandii" to select its entry. The song "Zagadka" by Lanberry was the winner and represented Poland at the contest in Espoo, Finland. The entry qualified to the final where it finished 12th with 52 points. Poland continued to use their national final in the third edition. The winner of "Piosenka dla Szwajcarii" was Bovska with "Long Way" who represented the country at the contest in Bern, Switzerland, qualifying to the final and placing 18th with 49 points. Piosenka dla Niemiec was held to select the Polish song for the fourth edition of the contest; Honorata Skarbek was the winner who represented Poland with the song "Na koniec świata" in Cologne. Skarbek scored Poland's best result to date, winning the semi and ultimately placing second with 112 points.
Following reigning champion Italy's withdrawal in the fifth edition, Poland became hosts of the edition, selecting Anna Popek to host the edition in the Ergo Arena, in Gdańsk-Sopot. TVP also internally selected the band Lor, with the song "Windmill" chosen from three in Piosenka dla Lor.
Contestants and Results Edit
- Table key
- Second place
- Third place
- Last place
- Automatically qualified to the final
- Did not qualify for the final
|#04||Honorata Skarbek||"Na koniec świata"||2||112||1||107|
Split positive/negative votesEdit
|#04||"Na koniec świata"||1||138||18||26||1||111||5||4|
The table below lists the positions in the running order Poland has been allocated to.
- Table key
- First half
- Second half
Since the first edition, the betting odds have been revealed following the previews. Based on the ranking of countries by other participating broadcasters, the betting odds provide a rough view of the chances a country has to win the contest.
- Winner – Poland gave 12 points to a winning song / Poland won the contest.
- Second place – Poland gave 12 points to a runner-up song / Poland was runner-up in the contest.
- Third place – Poland gave 12 points to a third place song / Poland came third in the contest.
- Qualified – Poland gave 12 points to a song that was a qualifier / Poland was a qualifier.
- Non-qualified – Poland gave 12 points to a song that was not a qualifier / Poland was not a qualifier.
|Record of 12 points|
|#01 ||Finland||San Marino||None||Host country|
|#02||Czech Republic||Spain|| Bulgaria|
The Second Chance contest takes place every edition around the same time as the second semi final. Although it is not a televised event, TVP acknowledges it as part of the contest. It is organised by OGAO, the fan club for The Origin Song Contest.
|#02||Ewelina Lisowska||"Zrób To!"||2nd||3||77|
|#03||Agata Dziarma Dziarmagowska||"Kawaii"||5th||4||69|
- ↑ As Poland was the only pre-qualified nation, it voted in both semi finals this edition.