UPD OGAE poll 2011: We have a winner!

Archive 09 May 2011
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After presenting you the votes by 33 fan clubs, it is time to announce the winner. Prior to this we should present you the last 3 clubs sharing their votes with esctoday.com. OGAE Malta, EC Germany and OGAE Malta are the last three clubs. The Maltese club awards France with 12 points and the EC Germany club awards Hungary with 12 points and the Albanian club awards the United Kingdom with 12 points. Finland gets their first points from all the three clubs.

The the votes of the final last clubs presented today are:

OGAE Malta
EC Germany
OGAE Albania
  • France 12
  • United Kingdom 10
  • Hungary 8
  • Sweden 7
  • Azerbaijan 6
  • Italy 5
  • Finland 4
  • Croatia 3
  • Greece 2
  • Poland 1
  • Hungary 12
  • Estonia 10
  • Sweden 8
  • United Kingdom 7
  • France 6
  • Azerbaijan 5
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 4
  • Austria 3
  • Denmark 2
  • Finland 1
  • United Kingdom 12
  • Poland 10
  • Turkey 8
  • Denmark 7
  • Sweden 6
  • Switzerland 5
  • Finland 4
  • Italy 3
  • Israel 2
  • Estonia 1

OGAE 2011 Final LineupDetailed scoreboard can be found here

1 Hungary 277
2 France 270
3 United Kingdom 253
4 Sweden 238
5 Estonia 183
6 Bosnia & Herzegovina 119
7 Azerbaijan 117
8 Denmark 56
9 Germany 50
10 Norway 43
11 Poland 34
12 Italy 28
13 Israel 27
Romania 27
15 Austria 26
Russia 26
17 Slovenia 23
18 Greece 19
19 Turkey 12
20 Switzerland 11
Croatia 11
22 Ireland 10
23 Finland 9
24 Belarus 8
25 Spain 7
26 Latvia 5
Serbia 5
28 Bulgaria 4
Cyprus 4
Iceland 4
Ukraine 4
32 The Netherlands 2
33 Georgia 1
San Marino 1
35 Albania 0
Armenia 0
Belgium 0
FYR Macedonia 0
Lithuania 0
Malta 0
Moldova 0
Portugal 0
Slovakia 0

33 Clubs from all over Europe casted their votes for the annual OGAE poll. This year the winner is Hungary with 277 points. Next to come is France with 270 and 3rd United Kingdom with 253. At this point we would like to thank OGAE International for being the connecting link between all the clubs and esctoday.com in order to present to our readers only the official results.


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Michalis Vranis
Michalis Vranis

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