Armenia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 in Athens, Greece with the song Without Your Love. Armenia had to compete in the semi-finals, having not enough money to qualify for Big Five status, and being its debut entry, it couldn't qualify automatically for being in the Top 10 of 2005.
After a run of top-10 finishes in five consecutive contests, the country failed to qualify in 2011, where their political rivals Azerbaijan won the contest. They withdrew from 2012 for that reason. Armenia is one of the best scorers after 2006, scoring nearly 200 points in 2008, and having decent scores in later contests.
In 2017, Armenia reverted to using a national final format (Depi Evratesil) after their success with Iveta Mukuchyan, with the singer being part of the jury. Due to mixed results with the format, including a second non-qualification in 2018, they went back to an internal selection in 2019. When that resulted in another non-qualfication, AMPTV decided to bring back Depi Evratesil in 2020.
|2006||André||Without Your Love||English||8||129||6||150|
|2007||Hayko||Anytime You Need||English, Armenian||8||138||Top 10 in 2006|
|2009||Inga and Anush||Jan Jan||10||92||5||99|
|2010||Eva Rivas||Apricot Stone||English||7||141||6||83|
|2012||Did not compete|
|2014||Aram Mp3||Not Alone||4||174||4||121|
|2015||Genealogy||Face The Shadow||16||34||7||77|
|2017||Artsvik||Fly With Me||18||79||7||152|
|2020||Cancelled (was to be represented by Athena Manoukian with Chains On You)|