How can I watch the Tour de France in France?

The Tour will also be shown for free online live on a handful of Europe’s biggest broadcasters, including Rai Sport in Italy, France Sport in France, as well as and RTBF in Belgium. You can find daily Tour de France highlights on YouTube, courtesy of Eurosport.

What channel is showing the Tour de France?

Every stage of the 108th Tour de France airs live on NBC Sports and Peacock. All NBC and NBCSN coverage also streams on and the NBC Sports app. Tadej Pogacar defends his surprise title from September, when he became the first Slovenian to win cycling’s most prestigious stage race.

Where can I watch the Tour de France for free?

You can watch Tour de France 2021 live stream free With a Eurosport Player (UK) & NBC via Fubo TV (USA). You can also get Tour de France live streaming free access with ITV Hub.

Is Tour de France on TV?

Tour de France 2021: Live TV guide Live TV coverage of the 2020 Tour de France will be shown on Eurosport, ITV4 and S4C alongside evening highlights.

Can you watch the Tour de France in person?

Watching the Tour de France in person is a magical experience. The Tour is the most famous cycling event in the world and you get the chance to experience the electric atmosphere and history being made in front of your eyes. Following the Tour de France and spectating it live is something special.

What Time Is Tour de France on TV today?

Highlights are shown at 19:00 each evening on ITV4, except for Stage 21 highlights which will be at 21:00. Highlights are on at 20:00 on Eurosport 1, except for stage one, which will be from 20:30.

Is Tour de France on peacock?

Peacock will provide live streaming coverage of every stage of the 2021 Tour de France, featuring live, commercial-free, start-to-finish coverage of every stage of the Tour de France, featuring commentary from NBC Sports’ Phil Liggett, as well as the World Feed.

Can I watch Tour de France online?

The Tour de France will be available to view in the USA on Peacock Premium. A seven-day free trial is available, while a subscription to Peacock Premium will set you back $4.99 (or $9.99 without ads) per month. FloBikes will air the Tour de France in Canada. An annual subscription will set you back $149.

Can you watch Tour de France on Hulu?

Stream Tour de France in the US Tour de France 2021 is available on NBC Sports in the US, which is included in different streaming services, such as Hulu +Live TV or YouTube TV. Both Hulu and YouTube charge $64.99/month for a subscription.

Is La Vuelta 2021 on ITV4?

The race will be aired live in the UK and Europe on Eurosport, Eurosport Player and on GCN+. Race highlights are available on GCN+ in Canada, while ITV4 will also run a highlights package in the UK. In the USA, Peacock Premium will be airing the Vuelta, with a subscription costing $5 per month or $50 per year.

Can spectators watch the Tour de France 2020?

‘Back to normal’ is a catchphrase for Tour de France’s this year — a limited number of spectators will be allowed at the track, without masks.

How many days are there in the Tour de France?

The modern editions of the Tour de France consist of 21 day-long segments (stages) over a 23-day period and cover around 3,500 kilometres (2,200 mi). The race alternates between clockwise and counterclockwise circuits of France. There are usually between 20 and 22 teams, with eight riders in each.

You can also watch online via the Peacock website. Comcast Xfinity X1 and Flex customers and Cox Contour customers can already access Peacock Premium for free. If you have a good cable package and prefer conventional viewing on your television, you’re in luck: NBC Sports will broadcast the Tour every day.

Who was the winner of the Tour de France 2019?

The 2019 Tour de France podium, with the youngest winner of the Yellow Jersey in the history of the race, Egan Bernal, ahead of his Ineos team mate Geraint Thomas and Dutchman Steven Kruijswijk, was constructed throughout three weeks of twists and turns.

Which is the oldest classification in the Tour de France?

The oldest and most sought after classification in the Tour de France is the general classification. All of the stages are timed to the finish. The riders’ times are compounded with their previous stage times; so the rider with the lowest aggregate time is the leader of the race.