Live stream the 2024 Paris–Roubaix race online

Updated: April 8, 2024

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How to watch Paris–Roubaix online in 2024

ExpressVPN is here to help you safely and securely live stream the 2024 Paris–Roubaix race in blazing-fast HD. First, you’ll need to follow a few steps.

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  2. Connect to a server location that matches the broadcaster you want to watch. For example, Australian cycling fans can connect to a server in Australia to follow the broadcast on SBS.
  3. Log in to your preferred streaming platform, such as SBS.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

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Can I use a VPN to live stream Paris–Roubaix from another country?

Some users watch Paris–Roubaix by connecting to a VPN server in a country other than their own, but doing so may violate copyright or the streaming service’s terms of use. ExpressVPN is a privacy and security tool, and using it to circumvent copyright is against our Terms of Service. We cannot see or control what you do while connected to our VPN, so you are responsible for ensuring that your use complies with all relevant terms and laws.

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Best VPN for watching Paris–Roubaix in 2024

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How to watch Paris–Roubaix for free in 2024



Australians can live stream Paris–Roubaix, along with Grand Tour races and other key races, live on SBS for free. SBS is also the exclusive free-to-air broadcaster of the Tour de France, Tour de France Femmes, and much more! You can head to the SBS On Demand streaming service and watch the action, as well as replays and highlights.



Belgium fans can follow Paris–Roubaix live on RTBF (French commentary), which also shows Formula 1 races for free.

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, be sure to use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.


VRT in Belgium will air the 2024 Paris–Roubaix for free on the VRT Max streaming service.


France TV

French viewers can enjoy Paris–Roubaix live streams on France TV. The public broadcaster also provides a variety of French and foreign-language films, TV series, documentaries, and live sports. You may need to enter a valid France postal code (e.g. 75001) to sign up, but the service is entirely free.



Italian viewers can tune into Paris–Roubaix live streams online for free on RaiPlay. Watch via your browser or through its apps for iOS and Android. RaiPlay also allows you to stream other sports, including football and thousands of Italian movies and TV programs live and on-demand.



Spain residents can catch a free Paris–Roubaix live stream on RTVE. For the unfamiliar, RTVE also includes both local and international content. 



Switzerland residents can safely and securely live stream Paris–Roubaix on the public-service broadcaster SRF. For the unfamiliar, SRF carries a range of free sports live streams—in addition to TV shows, documentaries, and films.

How to watch the 2024 Paris–Roubaix with free trials

New Zealand

Sky Sport Now

Price: 20 NZD/week, 40 NZD/month, or 400 NZD/year

Sky Sport Now gives you live streaming and on-demand access to 12 Sky Sport and ESPN channels in New Zealand—perfect for watching the 2024 Paris–Roubaix. The broadcaster also offers week-long, monthly, and annual passes to suit your sports viewing needs. There’s also a 7-day free trial for the monthly or annual passes if you only want to watch select events.

Note: You will need a New Zealand payment method to subscribe to Sky Sports Now; otherwise, use PayPal.

Other ways to watch Paris–Roubaix

United States and Canada


Price: 150 USD/year

United States and Canadian residents can catch cycling events, including Paris–Roubaix, throughout the year on FloBikes. You may need a U.S. payment method to subscribe.


Price: 6 USD/month

Peacock will offer live simulcasts of the 2024 Paris–Roubaix. However, please be aware that free trials are not available. 

United Kingdom


Price: 30 GBP/month and up (Premium plan)

Channels: TNT Sports

United Kingdom residents can watch Paris-Nice with Eurosport, which is included in discovery+’s Premium plan, along with TNT Sports and a host of entertainment channels. It’s also a great way to watch other sports, including the UEFA Champions League, MotoGP, and more.

Where does Paris–Roubaix take place?

Paris–Roubaix takes place in northern France.

Who has won the most Paris–Roubaix races?

Roger De Vlaeminck (1972, 1974, 1975, 1977) and Tom Boonen (2005, 2008, 2009, 2012) lead all racers with four Paris–Roubaix victories. No rider has won multiple Paris–Roubaix events since Fabian Cancellara, who triumphed in 2006, 2010, and 2013.

Recent Paris–Roubaix winners

2014Niki Terpstra (First victory)
2015John Degenkolb (First victory)
2016Mathew Hayman (First victory)
2017Greg Van Avermaet (First victory)
2018Peter Sagan (First victory)
2019Philippe Gilbert (First victory)
2020Event not held (Pandemic)
2021Sonny Colbrelli (First victory)
2022Dylan van Baarle (First victory)
2023Mathieu van der Poel (First victory)
2024Mathieu van der Poel (Second victory)

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