How to watch the Tour de France 2021 – Live TV and streaming race details on Eurosport

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When will the Tour de France 2021 be?

The Grand Départ will start in Brest on June 26 and the race will end on the Champs-Elysées in Paris on July 18.

Is the Tour de France on TV?

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Yes of course. Look no further than Eurosport.

How to watch the Tour de France?

You can watch the race go on eurosport.co.uk and the Eurosport app and Eurosport 1 during the three weeks.
A The Tour ad-free livestream will run throughout the event on the Eurosport and Eurosport.co.uk app. You can now download the Eurosport app for iOS and Android.
You can also watch the most complete live and ad-free races on GCN +. Go deeper and get interactive with live polls and quizzes, plus runner profiles, race updates, results and more, plus exclusive cycling documentaries. Watch it all with GCN + on any device.

Rankings and results

Visit our dedicated page to discover the latest Tour de France rankings this summer, including the battle for the yellow jersey, the green jersey and the polka dot jersey.

Who rolls?

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) is trying to defend the title he won in the final stage of competition in 2020. The stunned Slovenian compatriot Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) on the individual time trial of stage 20, allowing him to wear the yellow jersey in Paris.

The two riders will return but this time there is an additional threat: a rejuvenated Ineos Grenadiers. Ineos had a tough 2020 tour as Egan Bernal struggled with a back injury, leaving them without a serious challenge to the GC, but returned with an imposing squad. Former champion Gerard thomas and Richard Carapaz share leadership tasks, with Richie Porte and Tao Geoghegan Hart on the verge of becoming super-servants.

Julien alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) is here to make a good impression after wearing yellow on the last two tours – but not when it really matters. Rigoberto Uran (EF Education-Nippo) and Miguel Angel Lopez (Movistar) also arrive with GC ambitions.

Stages of the Tour de France 2021

  • June 26, Stage 1: Brest – Landerneau (197.8km, hilly)
  • June 27, Stage 2: Perros-Guirec – Mûr-de-Bretagne Guerlédan (183.5km, hilly)
  • June 28, Stage 3: Lorient – Pontivy (182.7 km, flat)
  • June 29, Stage 4: Redon – Fougères (150.4km, flat)
  • June 30, stage 5: Changé – Laval (27.2 km, ITT)
  • July 1, stage 6: Tours – Châteauroux (160.6 km, flat)
  • July 2, stage 7: Vierzon – Le Creusot (249.1 km, hilly)
  • July 3, stage 8: Oyonnax – Le Gran-Bornand (150.8 km, mountain)
  • July 4, stage 9: Cluses – Tignes (144.9 km, mountain)
  • July 5, first day of rest
  • July 6, stage 10: Albertville – Valence (190.7 km, flat)
  • July 7, Stage 11: Sorgues – Malaucène (198.9 km, mountains)
  • July 8, Stage 12: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux – Nîmes (159.4km, flat)
  • July 9, Stage 13: Nîmes – Carcassonne (219.9 km, flat)
  • July 10, Stage 14: Carcassonne – Quillan (183.7 km, hilly)
  • July 11, stage 15: Céret – Andorra la Vella (191.3km, mountains)
  • July 12, second day of rest
  • July 13, Stage 16: Pas de la Casa – Saint-Gaudens (169km, mountain)
  • July 14, stage 17: Muret – Saint-Lary-Soulan Col du Portet (174.8km)
  • July 15, stage 18: Pau – Luz-Ardiden (129.7 km, mountains)
  • July 16, 19th stage: Mourenx – Libourne (207km, flat)
  • July 17, 20th stage: Libourne – Saint-Émilion (30.8 km, ITT)
  • July 18, Stage 21: Chatou – Paris Champs-Élysées (112km, flat)

Map of the 2021 Tour de France route

Tour de France odds

  • Tadej Pogacar 6-4
  • Primoz Roglic 2-1
  • Geraint Thomas 4-1
  • Richard Carapaz 8-1
  • Richie Gate 22-1
  • Julien Alaphilippe 25-1
  • Rigoberto Uran 28-1
  • BAR 50-1

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