From time to time we let you know about the biggest events in world of sports. We covered Olympics, we gave you a clue about how to watch F1 2017 online. Today we will cover another hot name – Tour de France. If you live outside of European Union or if you travel a lot and are unable to watch TdF on your TV at home here is your guide – how to watch Tour de France live online.
This is for you, so that you can act cool when you’ll talk to your cyclist colleagues about this years TdF. This year it is the 104th time the Tour de France is held. However, these days in EU race is go through more than just one country. Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, France. 2017 TdF will start on 1st of July and will end on 23rd of July. Race is especially interesting for Brits as Sky’s Chris Froome will try to defend his victory title. This years bicycles will have to cover 3540 km in 23 days.
Saturday, 01.07 – S1: Dusseldorf, Germany.Individual time trial, 15 km
Sunday, 02.07 – S2: Dusseldorf to Liege, Belgium. Flat stage, 203 km
Monday, 03.07 – S3: Verviers, Belgium to Longwy, France. Hilly stage, 212 km
Tuesday, 04.07 – S4: Mondorf-Les-Bains, Luxembourg to Vittel, France. Flat stage, 207 km
Wednesday, 05.07 – S5: Vittel to La Planche des Belles Filles. Medium-mountain stage, 160 km
Thursday, 06.07 – S6: Vesoul to Troyes. Flat stage, 215 km
Friday, 07.07 – S7: Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges. Flat stage, 214 km
Saturday, 08.07 – S8: Dole to Station des Rousses. Medium-mountain stage, 188 km
Sunday, 09.07 – S9: Nantua to Chambery. Mountain stage, 181 km
Monday, July 10 – Rest day in Dordogne.
Tuesday, 11.07 – S10: Perigueux to Bergerac. Flat stage, 178 km
Wednesday, 12.07 – S11: Eymet to Pau. Flat stage, 214 km
Thursday,13.07 – S12: Pau to Peyragudes. Mountain stage, 214km
Friday, 14.07 – S13: Saint-Girons – Foix. Mountain stage, 101 km
Saturday, 15.07 – S14: Blagnac to Rodez. Hilly stage, 181 km
Sunday, 16.07 – S15: Laissac-Severac L’Eglise to Le-Puy-en-Velay. Medium-mountain stage, 185 km
Monday, July 17 – Rest day in Le-Puy-en-Velay
Tuesday, 18.07 – S16: Le-Puy-en-Velay to Romans-sur-Isere. Flat stage, 166 km
Wednesday, 19.07 – S17: La Mure to Serre-Chevalier. Mountain stage, 183 km
Thursday, 20.07 – S18: Briancon to Izoard. Mountain stage, 180 km
Friday, 21.07 – S19: Embrun to Salon-de-Provence. Hilly stage, 222 km
Saturday, 22.07 – S20: Marseille to Marseille. Individual time trial, 22.5 km
Sunday, 23.07 – S21: Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees. Flat stage, 103 km
Let us start with simple truth – if you know any other legal source for Tour de France live streams, please share with us and we will update this post accordingly.
Prices are as follows: Day Pass £5.99 or £6.99/monthly or £29.99/annually.
Your second option comes with ITV4 and free live streams of Tour de France. If for some reason you are not able to watch ITV4 through the website there is a TVPlayer.com. You can watch on their website or on one of the mobile apps. If you have any questions we are here to help. Also, we’d advise you to test all thing before the TdF starts. Setup VPN, Smart DNS, try ITV or TVPlayer and see which option is the best for you and if everything works. You can try our service for free – simply click button below to subscribe.