Tour de France 2017 Live Stream: Watch Race Live Online & on TV

The Tour de France 2017 begins with an individual time trial on Saturday, 1st July in Dusseldorf, Germany and will conclude with the Champs-Élysées stage in Paris on 23 July 2017. This cycling’s Grand Tour will be taking place over the span of three weeks where total 198 riders from 22 teams will participate in the race. ITV will have live coverage of the event in the UK while EuroSport is set to broadcast in the Europe. Fans can also catch Tour de France 2017 live streaming online here.

The race will have more than 2,000 miles in 21 stages. Chris Froome is looking to win the Tour de France 2017 for the third consecutive year but former Team Sky team-mate Richie Porte is expected to give him tough competition. The tour begins in Dusseldorf, Germany with a time trial before moving toward the Alps. The race will then move to the Pyrenees and then come back to the Alps before moving to Paris.

Tour de France 2017 Live Stream

Watch Tour de France 2017 Live Streaming

Eurosport and ITV will have live coverage and online streaming of every stage in the UK. To watch Tour de France 2017 live streaming, the UK viewers can log on to the ITV Hub through various devices such as Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT Vision, NOW TV, etc. And if you do not have smart TV then you can watch Tour de France live stream via ITV’s official website from a web browser.

Apart from the UK, rest of the European countries can watch the live action on Eurosport and live streaming can be done via Eurosport player for £5.99 per month. It is available on PCs, laptops, mobile phones including Android and iOS devices.

American viewers can follow live broadcasting of the race on NBC Sports. The US viewers who do not have cable can sign up to NBC Sport’s Gold for Tour de France 2017 live streaming service for $39.99. There will be no live telecast and streaming available in India but fans can watch the highlights on the D Sport channel.

Schedule of Tour de France 2017

Stage 1: Individual Time Trial – Saturday, July 1 – Düsseldorf – 14 km
Stage 2: Flat – Sunday, July 2 – Düsseldorf to Liège – 203.5 km
Stage 3: Hilly – Monday, July 3 – Verviers to Longwy – 212.5 km
Stage 4: Flat – Tuesday, July 4 – Mondorf-les-Bains to Vittel – 207.5 km
Stage 5: Hilly – Wednesday, July 5 – Vittel to La planche des belles filles – 160.5 km
Stage 6: Flat – Thursday, July 6 – Vesoul to Troyes – 216 km
Stage 7: Flat – Friday, July 7 – Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges – 213.5 km
Stage 8: Hilly – Saturday, July 8 – Dole to Station des rousses – 187.5 km
Stage 9: Mountain – Sunday, July 9 – Nantua to Chambéry – 181.5 km
Rest Day – Monday, July 10 – Dordogne
Stage 10: Flat – Tuesday, July 11 – Périgueux to Bergerac – 178 km
Stage 11: Flat – Wednesday, July 12 – Eymet to Pau – 203.5 km
Stage 12: Mountain – Thursday, July 13 – Pau to Peyragudes – 214.5 km
Stage 13: Mountain – Friday, July 14 – Saint-Girons to Foix – 101 km
Stage 14: Hilly – Saturday, July 15 – Blagnac to Rodez – 181.5 km
Stage 15: Hilly – Sunday, July 16 – Laissac-Sévérac l’Église to Le Puy-en-Velay
Rest Day – Monday, July 17 – Le Puy-en-Velay
Stage 16: Flat – Tuesday, July 18 – Le Puy-en-Velay to Romans-sur-Isère
Stage 17: Mountain – Wednesday, July 19 – La Mure to Serre-Chevalier
Stage 18: Mountain – Thursday, July 20 – Briançon to Izoard
Stage 19: Flat – Friday, July 21 – Embrun to Salon-de-Provence
Stage 20: Individual Time Trial – Saturday, July 22 – Marseille
Stage 21: Flat – Sunday, July 23 – Montgeron to Paris Champs-Élysées

Tour de France 2017 Map

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