Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l’Eurovision (OGAE) is a Eurovision Fan Club Network with branches in over 40 countries. OGAE International operates as an independent, non-governmental, non-politic and non-profit organisation and is the only fan organisation that officially cooperates with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) concerning the tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest.

OGAE International has its roots in Finland, where the organisation was founded in 1984. Currently countries that take part or have already taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest have their own OGAE-club. All other countries around the world are united under OGAE Rest of World. Every year, the organisation puts together three non-profit competitions; OGAE Second Chance Contest, OGAE Song Contest and OGAE Video Contest.

The purpose of OGAE International 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 2011, OGAE International was registered in France and Ms. Maiken Mäemets was elected as the International President for OGAE, following Antonios Karatzikos after 4 years. She works together with a board of 6 people from 6 countries.

OGAE International can be contacted either through the local OGAE Presidents, or by sending an e-mail to ogae.international@yahoo.com.