Watch Tour de France live for free on ITV 4
UK network ITV will have live coverage of the 2019 Tour. To watch for free:
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the UK.
- Sign up at ITV. You may need to supply a valid UK postal code (e.g., “WC1X 0AA”).
- Start watching for free!
Stream Tour de France 2019 free on France TV
What better way to watch the Tour than on a French channel? This year, FranceTV Sport is broadcasting the Tour de France for free on its site.
Watch NBC Tour de France streams live
NBC Sports Gold will broadcast every 2019 Tour de France stage commercial-free.
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the U.S.
- Head to NBC Sports Gold. You will need an active NBC Sports Gold subscription.
- Enjoy the TDF live!
All you need to know about Le Tour 2019
The 21 stages of Le Tour de France 2019 begin at Brussels. Thousands of miles later, the winner will arrive at Paris Champs-Élysées.
The team timed-trial occurs at stage two, from The Brussels Palais Royal to The Brussels Atomium. The individual time-trial occurs at stage 13, across Pau.
Rest days are scheduled for July 16 and 22.
2019 Tour de France stage guide
Each stage usually begins around 2pm CET (French time) and lasts about three to four hours.
|Stage||Date||Start > Finish||Distance|
|1||Saturday, July 6||Brussels > Brussels||194.5 km|
|2 (TTT)||Sunday, July 7||Brussels Palais Royal > Brussels Atomium||27.6 km|
|3||Monday, July 8||Binche > Épernay||215 km|
|4||Tuesday, July 9||Reims > Nancy||213.5 km|
|5||Wednesday, July 10||Saint-Dié-des-Vosges > Colmar||175.5 km|
|6||Thursday, July 11||Mulhouse > La Planche des Belles Filles||160.5 km|
|7||Friday, July 12||Belfort > Chalon-sur-Saône||230 km|
|8||Saturday, July 13||Mâcon > Saint-Étienne||200 km|
|9||Sunday, July 14||Saint-Étienne > Brioude||170.5 km|
|10||Monday, July 15||Saint-Flour > Albi||217.5 km|
|Rest day||Tuesday, July 16||Albi|
|11||Wednesday, July 17||Albi > Toulouse||167 km|
|12||Thursday, July 18||Toulouse > Bagnères-de-Bigorre||209.5 km|
|13 (ITT)||Friday, July 19||Pau > Pau||27.2 km|
|14||Saturday, July 20||Tarbes > Tourmalet Barèges||117.5 km|
|15||Sunday, July 21||Limoux > Foix Prat d’Albis||185 km|
|Rest day||Monday, July 22||Nîmes|
|16||Tuesday, July 23||Nîmes > Nîmes||177 km|
|17||Wednesday, July 24||Pont du Gard > Gap||200 km|
|18||Thursday, July 25||Embrun > Valloire||208 km|
|19||Friday, July 26||Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne > Tignes||126.5 km|
|20||Saturday, July 27||Albertville > Val Thorens||130 km|
|21||Sunday, July 28||Rambouillet > Paris Champs-Élysées||128 km|
When is Le Tour? 2019 Tour de France dates
Le Tour 2019 is happening between July 6 and July 28.
With 21 challenging stages, including two timed trials, only the best will emerge victorious in the latest edition of Le Tour.
It’s going to be an incredible event—so make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action!
Who will win the yellow jersey?
For the past four years, Le Tour has been dominated by the Brits of Team Sky. Chris Froome won a hat trick of titles before teammate Geraint Thomas emerged victorious last year.
Can Thomas defend his title in the 106th edition of Le Tour? Sound off in the comments!