The countdown to the grand final of Eurovision 2022 is on! And very soon we’ll have a new song contest champion. Of course, the winning moment is only the cherry on top of a very tasty cake. Here’s what you can expect and, most importantly, how you can tune in and watch the show.

Watch Eurovision 2022 grand final

Time: 21:00 CEST on Saturday 14 May

Check your local listings for the correct time in your timezone.

Eurovision 2022 grand final — YouTube

As has been the case for the past several years, the grand final of Eurovision 2022 will be live-streamed on the official Eurovision YouTube channel. This stream will not contain commentary or voting numbers. It is available worldwide except in Australia, the Czech Republic, Greece, the United Kingdom and the United States. Viewers in the first four countries will be easily able to watch the contest via alternative sources listed further down this page.

Eurovision 2022 grand final — United States of America (USA)

American viewers will be able to watch the show live on the Peacock streaming platform. The show will air at 15:00 New York time or 12:00 in Los Angeles.

Alternatively, U.S viewers can try their look with some of the participating broadcasters. The downside to this option is that you may have to listen to commentary in a language that you do not speak.

Eurovision 2022 on Television and Radio

Of course, Eurovision 2022 will air live on all 40 competing broadcasters — although some countries may air the semi-final in which they are not voting in on delay. As well as TV, many will also stream the shows on their websites. Several will simulcast on radio too. The competing networks are listed below.

Click the links to visit the individual broadcaster website and check their listings.

The contest will also be shown by broadcasters in non-competing countries, including Kosovo and Kazakhstan.

Eurovision 2022 Grand Final: What to expect

Just like the semi-finals, the grand final will be hosted by Mika, Laura Pausini and Alessandro Cattelan live from Torino’s PalaOlimpico in Italy. Twenty-five countries will compete for the coveted glass microphone. The running order is:

Grand final acts

  1. Czech Republic: We Are Domi – “Lights Off”
  2. Romania: WRS – “Llámame”
  3. Portugal: MARO – “Saudade, Saudade”
  4. Finland: The Rasmus – “Jezebel”
  5. Switzerland: Marius Bear – “Boys Do Cry”
  6. France: Alvan & Ahez – “Fulenn”
  7. Norway: Subwoolfer – “Give That Wolf A Banana”
  8. Armenia: Rosa Linn – “Snap”
  9. Italy: Mahmood & Blanco – “Brividi”
  10. Spain: Chanel – “SloMo”
  11. Netherlands: S10 – “De Diepte”
  12. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra – “Stefania”
  13. Germany: Malik Harris – “Rockstars”
  14. Lithuania: Monika Liu – “Sentimentai”
  15. Azerbaijan: Nadir Rustamli – “Fade To Black”
  16. Belgium: Jérémie Makiese – “Miss You”
  17. Greece: Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord – “Die Together”
  18. Iceland: Systur – “Með Hækkandi Sól”
  19. Moldova: Zdob şi Zdub & Advahov Brothers – “Trenulețul”
  20. Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs – “Hold Me Closer”
  21. Australia: Sheldon Riley – “Not The Same”
  22. United Kingdom: Sam Ryder – “SPACE MAN”
  23. Poland: Ochman – “River”
  24. Serbia: Konstrakta – “In Corpore Sano”
  25. Estonia: Stefan – “Hope”

Opening and interval acts

The show will open with the traditional flag parade introducing the 25 finalists. “Give Peace a Chance” will be performed by the Rockin’ 1000 while Laura Pausini will sing a medley. We’ve been promised a selection of interval acts including Måneskin, Gigliola Cinquetti and Mika.

Are you excited for the grand final? How will you be watching? Let us know below.

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NotPatrick
NotPatrick
10 days ago

will be voting for Sweden, Netherlands, Serbia and Poland from the UK.

Ukraine who are my winners are already going to get loads of them, so I plan to help out the other countries that are also good

Escfan
Escfan
10 days ago

Am I the only one that thinks Maneskin not singing Zitti e Buoni is very disrespectful? They will only sing Supermodel…
I’m not sure this ever happened in the past…the winners not singing the song that made them winners

Ieva
Ieva
10 days ago
Reply to  Escfan

I didn’t know this!! 😮

ete sech
ete sech
10 days ago
Reply to  Escfan

I mean, the host act normally sings their most recent single and their winning song, it’s pretty weird and even rude they’re not singing Zitti e Buoni tonight if true

ete sech
ete sech
10 days ago

Unfortunately I won’t be able to watch the final (or at least most of it) as I’ll be working during those hours today 🙁
Anyways, I’m wishing everyone a joyful evening.
If I lived in Europe I’d vote for Netherlands, Portugal and Lithuania tonight. But whoever the winner ends up being I will celebrate it and I won’t be mad at all, I’ve come to terms with all of the possibilities 🙂
I’m happy that it’s possible to have Eurovision once a year despite something happening every year.
Love and peace <3

Thanos
Thanos
10 days ago
Reply to  ete sech

Thank you very much! Hope you enjoy the show on replay!

ete sech
ete sech
10 days ago
Reply to  Thanos

I don’t have enough time to watch it on replay, I’ll watch the highlights and the results nonetheless 🙂

Sally
Sally
10 days ago

FYI-in the US, Peacock is only showing it live to its paying Premium users.

Canada’s Omni, is not broadcasting the show online, unlike last year.

Azan
Azan
10 days ago
Reply to  Sally

Maybe the Swedish stream would be a good option?

Sally
Sally
10 days ago
Reply to  Azan

I am going to try Australia. If that doesn’t work I will watch the Swedish or German feeds again. Maybe NRK. I will NOT watch Graham Norton ever again. That was far worse than listening to commentators not speaking my language.

CookyMonzta
CookyMonzta
10 days ago
Reply to  Sally

go to svtplay.se and type ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ in the search bar.

Thanos
Thanos
10 days ago

For the first time ever I tried to make a prediction of the full 2022 final ranking. Of course I might be terribly wrong and above all this is just for fun. Here it is (comments are welcome):

  1. Ukraine
  2. Sweden
  3. The Netherlands
  4. UK
  5. Spain
  6. Italy
  7. Serbia
  8. Poland
  9. Greece
  10. Australia
  11. Moldova
  12. Portugal
  13. Estonia
  14. Norway
  15. Armenia
  16. Azerbaijan
  17. Finland
  18. Czech Republic
  19. France
  20. Lithuania
  21. Switzerland
  22. Belgium
  23. Romania
  24. Iceland
  25. Germany
jsi
jsi
9 days ago
Reply to  Thanos

Surprsiingly good

Darren Ochman
Darren Ochman
10 days ago

Absolutely here for Ukraine, Poland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, France, Iceland, Sweden, Armenia, Portugal, and Moldova.
Happy Eurovision Saturday guys!! Hope y’all enjoy it wherever you are and whatever you will be doing.
May your nations and adopted nations (if like me, your nation isn’t there) have a great night.
Enjoy the show! x

Darren Ochman
Darren Ochman
10 days ago
Reply to  Darren Ochman

And Estonia

Jofty
Jofty
10 days ago
Reply to  Darren Ochman

Enjoy tonight Darren! I will probably vote for Czech Republic and Estonia. Envy you having Marty’s commentary I’ll have to endure that of my former classmate. He will probably be all over the obvious comments you could make about Lights Off!

Darren Ochman
Darren Ochman
10 days ago
Reply to  Jofty

Enjoy Jofty!
Marty will be the saving grace for Irish Eurovision fans I’m sure

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
10 days ago

Will be giving all of my 20 votes to the Wolves : )
Happy Grand Final everybody!

Milla
Milla
10 days ago

I don’t know, but.. if there are two countries than can do worse than expected I think it’s Italy or Sweden in all of this. But we’ll see.. Spain is probobly a top 3 candidate even though I’m personally so tired of that kind of performances. We see it all the time in the US from example Jennifer Lopez or someone like her and the song is not very original. And it seems the result is already clear. It will be Ukraine that wins. Still I wish everone good luck.

MaryFT
MaryFT
10 days ago
Reply to  Milla

I am having the same feeling with Italy… I think we won’t be as high as usual.
Spain is also not my cup of tea. There are so many different songs this year that it will be a pity if a song like that wins. But good luck to all

Midnight Gold
Midnight Gold
10 days ago

Rooting/voting for this seven-nation army tonight: Portugal, Greece, France, Serbia, the UK, Lithuania and Iceland. Whatever will be, will be.

Nikki
Nikki
10 days ago

I cannot vote, but will ask my friends to vote for Lithuania. She is the best of all for me!

Nikki
Nikki
10 days ago

Fantastic!! Queen Monika!

Doris
Doris
10 days ago

Bottom 5 :

-Switzerland
-Romania
-Germany
-Lithuania
-Belgium

Sally
Sally
10 days ago
Reply to  Doris

I’d like to disagree because I really like two of those song, but realistically, I know they are going to be in the 20s probably.

They’re staying on my playlist though.

Bernard
Bernard
10 days ago

An honest question:

Now that Albania is out, and Italy probably won’t win, will this be enough for some aggressors-in-chief to stop forcing their tastes and opinions on the others and stubbornly claim that they know best?

Paul
Paul
10 days ago

I can’t cope!!!!

Torino Wonderful
Torino Wonderful
10 days ago
Reply to  Paul

5 hours to go

Luo
Luo
10 days ago

I will vote for Netherlands & Portugal.
I can spare 1 or 2 votes for Sweden, Serbia and maybe UK. I will see how the finals go.

Yes
Yes
10 days ago

Great top!

Maldric
10 days ago

Im voting for PORTUGAL, THE NETHERLANDS, ICELAND and SERBIA 🙂
maybe also in UKRAINE and UK 🙂

Yes
Yes
10 days ago
Reply to  Maldric

Great top