OGAE (French: Organisation generale des Amateurs de l'Eurovision) is the international fan club of the Eurovision Song Contest. All countries that take part or have already taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest can have their own OGAE.
Every year, the organisation puts together four non-profit competitions (Song Contest, Second Chance Contest, Video Contest and Home Composed Song Contest).The purpose is to spread national popular music throughout the world and to exercise co-operation over the OGAE network of clubs, cooperation among the Eurovision Song Contest fans, promotion of the Eurovision Song Contest, and establishment of strong relations with national broadcasting companies.
In 2007, Antonis Karatzikos was elected as new International Coordinator for OGAE, until 2009. In July 2009 was re-elected for the same post. He will serve until 2011.
The OGAE Armenia official website was launched on February 11, 2010. The goal of OGAE Armenia is to unite all fans of the Eurovision Song Contest and to promote the Armenian participants. Each of you can become a member of OGAE and get your club card. All you have to do is register.
You can visit OGAE Armenia official website here.