How To Watch the Tour de France in 2023

Cheer on your favorite riders and teams as the Tour de France comes to NBC, USA Network, and Peacock this July.

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The Tour de France pedals onto TV every July—showcasing the world’s greatest road cyclists. As in recent seasons, NBC Sports will broadcast this year’s event across NBC , USA Network, and Peacock .

Peacock is our favorite service for watching the race because it carries every stage live and on demand. It’s also the streaming home of the Tour de France Femmes and Vuelta a España.

Keep scrolling for a closer look at watching the Tour de France in 2023—including the complete schedule with channel listings.

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What channel shows the Tour de France?

You can watch the Tour de France on NBC , USA Network, and Peacock . You’ll get the most live coverage from Peacock, which streams every stage and the daily Tour de France Pre-Race Show . USA Network shows a mix of live and encore coverage, while NBC carries select portions of the race—primarily an encore of the final stage in Paris.

Pro tip: To heighten your Tour de France viewing experience, download the official Tour de France mobile app on your Android or iOS device. The app comes with course maps, real-time stats, and live commentary.

2023 Tour de France schedule

This year’s Tour de France begins on July 1 in Spain before crossing into France on the third day. As usual, the 21-day route features a solid mix of flat to mountainous terrain. Two rest days break up the action before racers make their way to the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris on July 23.

Data effective as of post date. Race times include Peacock’s live Tour de France Pre-Race Show coverage.

2023 Tour de France Femmes schedule

Just as the men’s tour wraps up in Paris, the Tour de France Femmes takes off from Clermont-Ferrand. This is the second edition of the women’s race and features an eight-day route ending with an individual time trial in Pau.

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Best TV plans for watching the Tour de France

A Peacock subscription is the best way to watch the Tour de France. Starting at $4.99 a month, the streaming service provides live and on-demand access to every stage of the men’s and women’s races. You’ll also get daily pre- and post-race studio coverage during the men’s competition, plus race highlights and rider interviews.

If you’re only interested in the Tour de France, you can cancel your subscription after the final stage. Otherwise, Peacock’s cycling coverage doesn’t stop there. The service also hosts the Liège–Bastogne–Liège, Critérium du Dauphiné, Vuelta a España, and Paris Tours. It’s also home to the Summer Olympics , which features road race and track cycling events every four years.

Which TV providers carry the Tour de France

Besides Peacock, most TV services carry Tour de France coverage via NBC and USA Network. Our table below illustrates which popular providers offer the two channels.

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The most convenient way to watch the Tour de France for free is by using an over-the-air (OTA) antenna to pick up your local NBC station. Unfortunately, NBC doesn’t show a lot of race coverage—mostly encore presentations of early and late stages. But it never hurts having an antenna in your TV setup.

If you don’t have an antenna, most cost between $20.00 and $60.00. We recommend the Mohu Leaf 50 for its 60-mile range and slim design. But you’ll want to verify the distance of your nearest NBC station by entering your zip code into the Federal Communications Commission’s Reception Map Tool . That’ll help determine if you need a more robust antenna, which we feature on our Best OTA Antennas page.

Pro tip: To make up for every stage NBC doesn’t air, you can stream free race recaps on NBC Sports’ YouTube channel .

The 110th Tour de France will stream on Peacock and air on NBC and USA Network throughout July 2023. Peacock offers the best way to watch Le Tour because it streams every stage from beginning to end. It also carries the entire women’s race, which begins the same day as the men’s competition ends.

If you’re a cycling fan without access to fast and reliable internet, most cable and satellite TV services have NBC and USA Network. Those channels don’t show as much Tour de France coverage as Peacock, but you’ll still see the most vital moments of the race.

How to watch the Tour de France FAQ

Can you watch the tour de france on nbc.

Yes, some Tour de France coverage airs on NBC. But you’ll want a Peacock Premium subscription to watch every stage from start to finish.

How can I watch today’s Tour de France stage?

If today’s date is between July 1 and July 23, you can watch the current Tour de France stage live and on demand via Peacock . Check out our complete Tour de France 2023 schedule for race start times and channel listings.

Is every cycling Grand Tour race on NBC?

No, not every race in the Grand Tour of Cycling airs on NBC. While NBC Sports channels and platforms televise the Tour de France and Vuelta a España, the Giro d’Italia streams on Max’s  B/R Sports Add-On .

What cycling events are on Peacock?

Popular cycling events featured on Peacock include the Tour de France, Vuelta a España , and Olympic cycling . Other major UCI World Tour races like the Giro d’Italia, Milan–San Remo, and Tour of Flanders stream on services like FloBikes and Max’s B/R Sports Add-On .

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Our sports experts researched and tested the best ways to watch this year’s Tour de France. We examined which channels and platforms carry each Tour de France stage, then determined our viewing recommendations based on race coverage, pricing, and ease of use.

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  • FuboTV also provides access to NBC’s coverage for $70 a month.

The 2022 Tour de France begins on Friday, July 1st with a 13.3km individual time trial through Copenhagen, Denmark. (Yes, Denmark!) So it’s time to start planning how you’re going to watch it.

Whether that means streaming from your phone, starting your morning with the previous day’s highlights, or inviting your friends over for a viewing party, the options for watching the Tour de France are plentiful.

For the Fanatics

In general, NBC offers the most accessible and affordable (and legal) options for American viewers to watch the Tour de France through its Peacock Premium streaming service for $4.99 a month. For ad-free coverage you’ll need a subscription to Peacock Premium Plus, which runs $9.99 a month. Eligible Comcast Xfinity X1 and Flex customers and Cox Contour customers may already access Peacock Premium for free.

You could cancel your subscription at the end of the Tour, but consider this: by subscribing to Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus you’ll also have access to the full men’s and women’s Tours as well as other races covered by NBC and its partners, including the 2022 Vuelta a España and next year’s editions of Paris-Nice and Paris-Roubaix.

The Peacock app is available on Roku, Apple devices, Android and AndroidTV devices, Google platforms, Chromecast, Xbox devices, Playstation 4 and 4 Pro, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, and LG Smart TVs. You can also watch online via the Peacock website.

If you have a good cable package and prefer conventional viewing on your television, you’re in luck: NBC will offer the race to cable subscribers via the USA Network and CNBC . Live coverage often starts around 7 a.m. ET, so 9-to-5ers will likely need to record each stage and watch later. (Check the full schedule for details.)

No Cable? No Problem.

If you don’t have cable and want more than what’s offered on the NBC app, a subscription to FuboTV costs $70 per month. Add the $12 per month cycling package you’ll have full access to NBC’s coverage of the race. Fubo’s also great for those who love cycling year round, as FuboTV has a full-time cycling channel covering the major Tours, the Classics, some World Championships, and even BMX racing. (It’s also available in Canada.) If you’ve been looking for a streaming service that offers most if not all of the channels you enjoy watching, it’s a solid option.

Riders to Watch

Slovenia’s Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) has won the last two Tours and starts this year’s race as the overwhelming favorite. He can do it all: climb, descend, time trial–even the cobblestones of Belgium and Northern France have proven to be no match for the 23-year-old. Assuming he avoids crashes and bad luck during the Tour’s dangerous first week , he should have little trouble taking his third win.

Pogačar’s biggest challenge should come from Jumbo-Visma’s co-captains, Slovenia’s Primož Roglič and Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard, who finished second to Pogačar in 2020 and 2021, respectively. If they can play to one another’s strengths and avoid worrying about which one is their team’s “true” leader, then they might have a chance to dethrone the two-time defending champ.

The INEOS Grenadiers have won seven of the last ten Tours de France with four different riders–so clearly they know what it takes to win the world’s biggest bike race. But Pogačar’s proven to be a tough nut for the British super team to crack. This year we expect them to count on a mix of both old and new in their bid to reclaim the yellow jersey, with co-captains Geraint Thomas, who won the Tour in 2018, and Daniel Martinez, who’s riding only his third Tour and his first as his team’s protected rider, expected to lead the way.

Other riders to keep an eye on include Australia’s Ben O’Connor, Russia’s Aleksandr Vlasov (BORA-hansgrohe), and Colombia’s Rigoberto Uran (EF Education-EasyPost).

Since getting hooked on pro cycling while watching Lance Armstrong win the 1993 U.S. Pro Championship in Philadelphia, longtime Bicycling contributor Whit Yost has raced on Belgian cobbles, helped build a European pro team, and piloted that team from Malaysia to Mont Ventoux as an assistant director sportif. These days, he lives with his wife and son in Pennsylvania, spending his days serving as an assistant middle school principal and his nights playing Dungeons & Dragons.

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

Ben Snowball

Updated 28/06/2021 at 13:34 GMT

The Tour de France is back! Defending champion Tadej Pogacar, Primoz Roglic and Geraint Thomas headline this year’s event, with the Slovenian duo having a memorable tussle in 2020 and the Welshman winning in 2018. Full viewing details follow in this article, but usual drill – the Tour is live and ad-free on the Eurosport App and eurosport.co.uk. Download the Eurosport app now for iOS and Android.

Primoz Roglic of Slovenia and Team Jumbo - Visma / Tadej Pogacar of Slovenia and UAE Team Emirates Yellow Leader Jersey / during the 107th Tour de France 2020, Stage 21 a 122km stage from Mantes-La-Jolie to Paris Champs-Élysées

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

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  • Rigoberto Uran 28-1

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How to Watch the Tour de France

The world’s greatest cyclists journey across France in the biggest race of the year and Peacock is the only place to see it all.

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It’s time for cycling’s most anticipated event of the year. The Tour de France brings the best professional cyclists in the world together for a three-week cross-country race. The route is different every year, but the destination remains the same: A grand finish on Paris’ Champs-Elysées. No other competition is quite like it. Even if you don’t normally follow professional cycling, you’ll find yourself drawn in, captivated by the 21-day drama on display. If you want to see it all, there’s one place you need to be. 

What Is the Tour de France? 

The Tour de France is a massive bike race that takes cyclists on a three-week journey through France. With the exact route changing every year, this is a unique challenge unlike anything else on the cycling calendar. The race is broken up into stages, with each day covering a certain portion of the route. Each stage has its own winner, and the winner of the entire event is the person who has the fastest time of all 21 stages. Every stage matters. Even winning one, even if the rider doesn’t win the tournament, will boost that rider’s standing significantly. Only the absolute best, most competitive riders make it to the Tour de France, so tensions are high for the entire three-week race. 

This year’s event will take 176 riders through 3,404 km of road, hill, and mountain terrain. Multiple stages will force cyclists to climb for more than an hour straight. It’s a tough route that encourages athletes to take risks to get ahead. This year’s edition of the Tour de France is sure to be the most memorable yet. 

When Can I Watch Each Stage of the Tour de France 

If you want to see it all live, you’ll have to set an alarm. Each stage starts early in the morning for those of us in the U.S. Check out the schedule below. 

July 1 at 6:30a ET: Stage 1 – Bilbao  

July 2 at 6a ET: Stage 2 – Vitoria-Gasteiz to Saint Sébastien 

July 3 at 6:30a ET: Stage 3 – Amorebieta-Etxano to Bayonne 

July 4 at 6:30a ET: Stage 4 – Dax to Nogaro 

July 5 at 6:30a ET: Stage 5 – Pau to Laruns 

July 6 at 6:30a ET: Stage 6 – Tarbes to Cauterets-Cambasque 

July 7 at 7a ET: Stage 7 – Mont de Marsan to Bordeaux 

July 8 at 6a ET: Stage 8 – Libourne to Limoges 

July 9 at 7a ET: Stage 9 – Saint Léonard de Noblat to Puy de Dôme 

July 10: Rest Day – No Coverage 

July 11 at 6:30a ET: Stage 10 – Vulcania to Issoire 

July 12 at 6:30a ET: Stage 11 – Clermont-Ferrand to Moulins 

July 13 at 6:30a ET: Stage 12 – Roanne to Belleville en Beaujolais 

July 14 at 7a ET: Stage 13 – Châtillo sur Chalaronne to Grand Colombier 

July 15 at 6:30a ET: Stage 14 – Annemasse to Morzine le Portes du Soleil 

July 16 at 6:30a ET: Stage 15 – Les Gets les Portes du Soleil to Saint Gervais Mont Blanc 

July 17: Rest Day – No Coverage 

July 18 at 6:30a ET: Stage 16 – Passy to Combloux 

July 19 at 6a ET: Stage 17 – Saint Gervaise Mont Blanc to Courchevel 

July 20 at 6:30a ET: Stage 18 - Moûtiers to Bourg en Bresse 

July 21 at 7a ET: Stage 19 – Moirans en Montagne to Poligny 

July 22 at 7a ET: Stage 20 – Belfort to Le Markstein Fellering 

July 23 at 10a ET: Saint Quentin en Yvelines to Paris Champs Elysées 

Where can I watch the Tour de France? 

The Grand Départ will be LIVE on both NBC and Peacock. After that, most stages will be exclusive to Peacock, but some will also be broadcast on USA. If you want to see every stage, including the finale on the Champs Elysées in Paris, you’ll want to make sure you have Peacock. 

Stage 1: NBC and Peacock 

Stage 2: Exclusively on Peacock 

Stages 3-7: USA and Peacock 

Stages 8-21: Exclusively on Peacock 

Can I Watch a Stage Later if I Can’t Catch it Live? 

Yes! In addition to full live coverage, Peacock will have full replays available of every stage of the Tour de France. You’ll also be able to stream highlights, recaps, interviews, and much more. Every replay will be available after the conclusion of each stage so you never have to miss a moment. The Tour de France is the most dramatic race on the calendar, so Peacock is making sure you get to see it all. 

Which Cyclists Should I Look Out For? 

Defending champion Jonas Vingegaard is definitely one to watch. He’s an absolute phenom and there’s absolutely a possibility of him repeating this year. He’s not the only favorite though. Tadej Pogacar, who won the Tour in 2020 and 2021, will likely fight for the top spot the whole way through. The battle between these two is one of the most-anticipated elements of this year’s race. 

Australian cyclists Ben O’Connor and Jai Hindley could also make some noise, as could France’s David Gaudu and Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz. They could even pose a threat to the top two favorites if things break their way. Cycling is a fickle and unpredictable sport, after all. There are also a few American cyclists worth paying attention to, particularly Matteo Jorgenson and Neilson Powless. Even if they don’t win the whole thing, or even podium, they have a definite shot at securing some stage wins. That alone is a career highlight for pro cyclists. 

There is no race quite like the Tour de France. It’s long, dramatic, and a true test of endurance. Emotions run high for the entire three weeks, making for the most thrilling race of the year. Get Peacock now to see it all. 

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Race preview

The herculean GC battle Tour de France between leader Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) and second-placed Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) ended on stage 16 and 17 with the Dane first delivering a stunning blow in the time trial before a knockout punch on the Col de la Loze.

Vingegaard has a comfortable lead in the Tour de France GC standings of 7:29 on Pogačar, winner of stage 20 , and 10:56 on the Slovenian's teammate Adam Yates.

The penultimate stage delivered the final skirmish for riders fighting to move up in the top 10 of the general classification. Simon Yates  (Jayco-AlUla) moved up to fourth overall while Carlos Rodríguez (Ineos Grenadiers) lost one spot and is now in fifth place.  Meanwhile, Giulio Ciccone (Lidl-Trek) sealed the KOM classification.

All eyes now turn to the sprinters whose biggest day of the year is the finish on the Champs Elysées in Paris.

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The largely-ceremonial final stage will explode into life in the circuits as the sun sets over Paris.  

Can anyone beat Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) who has already won four stages, and claimed the points jersey? 

Sprinters such Dylan Groenewegen (Jayco-AlUla), Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-Circus-Wanty), Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) and Sam Welsford (dsm-firmenich) will try to take advantage of tired legs to claim their first stage win of this year's Tour. 

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NBC hold the broadcasting rights for the Tour de France in the USA. The race will be broadcast live on NBC, as well as the network's streaming service, Peacock TV .

FloBikes will air the Tour de France in Canada. An annual subscription will set you back $12.99/month.

Viewers in the USA can watch the Tour live via the network, while highlights and on-demand streams will also be available.

In the UK, the Tour de France will be aired free to air on TV via Eurosport, ITV4 , and Welsh-language channel S4C . Live coverage and highlights are all available.

The Tour will also be aired live and in full by  GCN+  in the UK, with the same coverage also available via streaming on Discovery+ and on Eurosport's TV channel. Discovery+ is available for Sky Glass, Sky Q, and Sky Stream customers for no extra cost.

In Australia, national broadcaster SBS will carry live Tour de France coverage.

For a local feel and full French-language coverage of the race, head to France TV Around Europe, broadcasters include ARD in Germany, Sporza and RTBF in Belgium, Rai in Italy, and RTVE in Spain.

Best VPN for streaming the Tour de France

Geo-restrictions are the bane of cycling fans because they can prevent you from watching the Tour de France using your live streaming accounts if you are outside of your home country.

While you can always follow Cyclingnews for all the live coverage you can access your geo-blocked live streaming services by simulating being in your home country with a VPN - a 'virtual private network'.

Our experts have thoroughly tested VPNs for live streaming sports and recommend ExpressVPN . The service lets you to watch the race live on various devices – Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets, etc.

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There are a couple other very good options that are safe, reliable and offer good bandwidth for streaming sports. Check out the best two options below - NordVPN and the best budget option, Surfshark .

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3. Surfshark: the best cheap VPN Currently topping our charts as the fastest VPN around, Surfshark keeps giving us reasons to recommend it. It's a high-value, low-cost option that's easy to use, full of features, and excellent at unblocking restricted content. 

With servers in over 100 countries, you can stream your favorite shows from almost anywhere. Best of all, Surfshark costs as little as $2.30 per month , and it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee to try it out.

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It's the final day of this year's race, and – with the battle for the yellow jersey effectively over – Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) has achieved his second victory in a row. The sprinters will be out for glory in Paris, however, so you'll be looking for a Tour de France live stream so you can watch the action from the finish line as it happens. Coverage is available free-to-air on ITVX (UK) and SBS On-Demand (AUS), so make sure you know how to  watch for free with a VPN from anywhere .

Saturday's stage 20 between Moûtiers and Bourg-en-Bresse was won by two-time Tour winner Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates). That meant that second-placed Pogačar, who had been neck-and-neck with Vingegaard until Tuesday's time trial, claimed back a few seconds in the General Classification , but not enough to make a significant dent on Vingegaard's seven-minute lead. Pogačar's UA teammate, Adam Yates, will occupy the third step on the podium.

Sunday's final stage takes the riders on a 115km route from Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines to Paris, culminating on the famous Champs-Élysées. Alpecin-Deceuninck  will surely be trying to get their green jersey wearer, Jasper Philipsen, in contention for a sprint finish, with the rider trying to secure his fifth stage stage win of this year's Tour. You can find out if he manages it by tuning into a Tour de France 2023 live stream. You'll find everything you need to know about how to watch the race below.

Quick guide to watching the Tour de France 2023

Like many big bike races the Tour de France will be live-streamed on GCN+, Discovery+ and Eurosport, as well as ITV4, in the UK and in Europe. 

Subscription costs are £6.99/month or $8.99/month, and £39.99 or $49.99 for a year.

Flobikes will be showing the race in Canada; a year-long subscription will set you back $209.99. Meanwhile, in the USA NBC Sports  via Peacock Premium ($4.99 per month in the US) will show the race. Australians can can watch the Tour for free on SBS on Demand.

AUS FREE live stream: SBS On Demand

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Anywhere: Watch your local stream from anywhere with ExpressVPN

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All 21 stages of the 2023 Tour de France route will be broadcast live in the UK, with GCN+ , Discovery+ , Eurosport and ITV all showing the live action.

Highlights and analysis shows of each stage will also be available.

To gain access to Discovery+ and Eurosport coverage, you can subscribe for £59.99 a year, or £6.99 per month. Alternatively, access to GCN+ also costs £39.99 a year, or £6.99 per month. ITV's coverage (via ITVX) is free to view.

Welsh cycling fans also have the option of watching the race on Welsh-language channel S4C.

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If you’re abroad during 2023 Tour de France – France, perhaps? – you might have a problem accessing your regular streaming service because of geo-blocking restrictions. Thankfully, there’s an easy solution.

If you’re not in the country for the Tour de France 2023, you can just download and install a VPN and use a location inside the United Kingdom to watch the broadcast live as if you were back home. 

Setting up a VPN is simple – just download, install, open the app and select your location. 

Try out Express VPN for its speed, security and simplicity to use. It is also compatible with a range of devices and streaming services (e.g. Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox, PS4, etc.), giving you the option to watch wherever you want.

A VPN is a piece of software which offers both online privacy and ability to change your IP address, meaning that you can access on-demand content or live TV like you would back at home while in another country. There are other great options out there, of course, and plenty of free VPNs but our sister site TechRadar recommends the paid-for ExpressVPN, which it consistently rates as the best VPN provider. Express VPN gives you the added benefit of a 30-day money back guarantee and three months free with a yearly plan.

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In the USA and Canada, you can watch the Tour de France live every day on NBC Sports , while on-demand streams and highlights from the French Grand Tour will also be available.

Canadian cycling fans also have the option of watching the race on FloBikes .

In Australia, SBS will show the racing live every day, with highlights packages also available. 

Watch Tour de France live stream in Europe

Discovery+ and GCN+ are all available to viewers across Europe, including from France, Belgium and the Netherlands. 

In addition to Discovery+ and GCN+, French viewers also have the option to watch their home race on France TV Sport, with Rai Sport in Italy, RTBF in Belgium and NOS in the Netherlands all available, too. 

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How to watch Tour de France: live stream stages 19, 20 and 21

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Stage 19 was the last chance saloon for those riders who were neither pure climbers or lighting fast sprinters, so pretty much 90% of the peloton . A constantly rolling but not savage stage between Moirans-en-Montagne and Poligny would be the venue for someone to prevail and take a prized stage win before the final weekend. 

Naturally competition was fierce to make it into the break with countless attacks launched before 36 hardy riders made it clear with just 65 kilometres left to race. It was always expected the decisive point of the course would be the final climb, the Cote d’Ivory and thus is was as the group exploded leaving three riders up front Kasper Asgreen (Soudal Quick-Step), Ben O’Connor (AG2R Citroen) and Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious).

As hard as the fractured bunch behind tried they could not close the gap to the front three who arrived at the finish to fight between them. Asgreen, the winner the previous day was favourite but it was the determined Slovenian Mohoric who took the win with a final lurch to the line to take it by the width of a tyre. This was the third stage win for Bahrain Victorious and the third to be emotionally dedicated to their former rider Gino Mader who tragically died at the Tour de Swiss. 

Stage 20 had been designed so the battle for yellow could go right down to the wire, to be decided on the very last climb of the race. Unfortunately though that battle was over but there were still plenty of other battles further down the classification that were to be fought for and it did indeed turn into a classic stage of aggressive racing. 

The first contest to be settled was that for the polka dot Jersey. In the lead was Giulio Ciccone but up to four other riders could have taken his crown. In the end he triumphed sealing victory by taking maximum points on top of the Col de la Schlucht to become the first Italian since 1992 to win the climbers classification. 

On the next climb, from the break containing Ciccone a smaller group including Tom Pidcock and Thibault Pinot broke clear with Pinot then attacking alone. On his home roads and with tens of thousands of rampant French fans screaming his name he went solo in search of the stage win. Could it be? Would the fairytale come true in his last Tour? Alas no. He did enjoy one final hurrah but it was the favourites who caught the break and now recovered from a couple of bad days Pogacar bagged the win to salvage his race. 

The final stage of the Tour is half procession and half eyeballs out racing up and down the cobbles of the Champs Elysée. What starts with photo opportunities and glasses of champagne ends with the most highly prized sprint stage in front of the thousands that line the route. Hitting the famous boulevard the peloton as is tradition was all together but not for long as the irrepressible Tadej Pogacar decided to shake things up and go out on the attack. 

Could he defy the might of the peloton and take the unlikeliest of victories? Also no, and he wasn’t the last to try and audacious attack before everything came back to gather for a final mass gallop to the line. All eyes were on Jasper Phillipsen, this year’s sprint king but just as it looked like he had got it, across surged Jordi Meeus (Bora-Hansgrohe) to take his first ever stage win, and what a stage to do it on. 

Yellow jersey wearer Jonas Vingegaard crossed the line a few seconds later flanked by his whole team, his second victory in two years confirmed, which in the end was a very comfortable one and looks likely to be the foundation of a period of total dominance. 

How to watch a FREE Tour de France live stream

One of the best things about the Tour de France is that it's completely free to watch in lots of countries around the world. For example:

UK – ITV4 and ITVX streaming service / S4C and S4C on BBC iPlayer

France – France TV Sport

Belgium – RTBF  

Italy – Rai Sport

Australia – SBS

If you're from any of the countries listed above but you're abroad right now, don't worry about missing out on that free coverage. All you need to do is subscribe to a VPN to watch a free Tour de France live stream and re-connect to your home streaming coverage.

How to watch Tour de France 2023 from outside your country

If you're keen to watch the Tour de France but you're away from home and the coverage is geo-blocked, then you could always use a VPN to access it (assuming you're not breaching any broadcaster T&Cs, of course). You may be surprised by how simple it is to do.

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ExpressVPN is the world's top VPN right now We've tested dozens of VPNs and think ExpressVPN is quite simply the best . Quick, secure, and intuitive to use, Express will have you streaming the latest blockbuster movies and binge-worthy TV in no time. Plus, its supported by dozens of devices, including Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets, and many more.

You can try it for free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Better yet, if you decide to subscribe to ExpressVPN and opt for their annual plan, you'll get 49% off the usual price as well as 3-months extra FREE – pretty amazing value really.

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Once you have it, all you need to do is turn on your VPN, select a server location back in your country, and then go to the broadcaster's website/app and watch as if you were back at home.

Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three...

1. Download and install a VPN - as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN .

2. Connect to the appropriate server location - open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location.

3. Go to the broadcaster's live stream - so if you're from the UK, just head to ITVX and watch the cycling as if you were back at home!

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ITV always goes all-out with its coverage of the Tour de France, and cycling fans can watch every stage of the race for free on ITV4 in the UK. 

Use a VPN to watch a Tour de France free live stream from abroad.

That means you can fire up a free Tour de France live stream on  ITVX , which has an excellent app that's available on nearly everything that plugs in these days - just give it a search on your device, phone or console of choice.

More ways to watch the 2023 Tour de France:

Welsh-language coverage of the Tour de France is available from  S4C , which is available to stream for FREE in Wales via BBC iPlayer.

And if you already subscribe to it, live Tour de France coverage is also available via the GCN+ Race Pass, which costs £6.99 per month or £39.99 per year and offers ad-free live coverage of loads of cycling events throughout the year.

If you’re out of the UK but still want to watch, make sure you install a VPN so you can continue accessing UK streaming services from anywhere.

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Cycling fans Down Under can also watch every stage of the Tour de France for free on SBS . The only catch is those brutal broadcast timings.

If you stay up late enough to tune in, you can also live stream Tour de France coverage on the free-to-use SBS On Demand platform.

As well as apps for Android and iOS, you can access SBS On Demand on Android TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV and most smart TVs.

Outside Australia? Don't worry if you're out of the country and want to catch that free SBS live stream – just grab a VPN and you can watch the race as if you were back at home on your laptop, mobile or other TV streaming device. 

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Every stage of the 2023 Tour de France is being shown on both USA Network and Peacock TV in the US.

Peacock costs just $4.99 a month   for an ad-supported version of the service that also offers live coverage of every big WWE event, the NFL, Premiership Rugby, plus plenty more live sports. You also have the option of paying $10 a month for commercial-free coverage.

For those looking for USA Network, OTT streaming service Sling TV is a good option. You'll need its Sling Blue package which starts at $40 but, if you're new to the service, you can get your first month half-price .

Another over-the-top streaming service that includes USA Network is  FuboTV . It's a much more comprehensive cable replacement, and carries more than 100 channels including Fox, CBS and ESPN.

Prices start at $74.99 a month after a  FREE FuboTV trial .

If you subscribe to Sling, Peacock, or any other US streaming service and find yourself unable to access coverage because you're out of the country, consider using a VPN as outlined below - of the many options, we rate ExpressVPN as the best of the best .

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FloBikes is the place to watch live Tour de France coverage in Canada.

A subscription costs US$150 per year (roughly CA$190), which works out at US$12.50 per month (roughly CA$16).

Not in Canada to catch that FloBikes stream? Use a VPN to make sure you don't miss a moment.

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Sky Sport is the place to watch the 2023 Tour de France in New Zealand, though be warned that most of the action takes place in the dead of night.

If you're willing to stay late enough to tune in, Sky Sport subscribers can watch every stage online using the country's Sky Go service, while cord-cutters and anyone else can try the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform. A pass costs $19.99 per week or $39.99 per month. The monthly package comes with a 7-day free trial.

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It's almost time to throw your winter and spring fitness out of the window, as you settle in to sit on the couch watching three weeks of wall-to-wall coverage of the 2024 Tour de France – plus another week in August for the Tour de France Femmes.

This year, there's something a little different on offer with the Grand Départ in Florence, and another three Italian stage starts before the race enters France.

Although it skirts Paris, it never makes it to the Champs-Élysées, heading back to finish in Nice.

If you’ve got five-plus hours to spend each day, you can watch the entire men's race end-to-end in many territories. For the more time-pressed, plenty of highlight options compress the day’s action to an hour or so.

If you’re really stuck for time, daily five-minute highlights on the Le Tour website – which are also posted to YouTube – will keep you abreast of all of the action.

Unlike many other big cycling races, terrestrial broadcasters pay attention to the Tour de France, so you can watch at least some of it subscription-free in most territories. There's a full list of broadcasters by country on the official Le Tour site.

There’s also the option to use a VPN to stream from a country with free terrestrial coverage, although most VPNs with decent geographic coverage and streaming speeds will require a subscription and you may have to listen to commentary in French.

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How can I watch the Tour de France live in the UK?

In the UK, ITV4, and Eurosport/Discovery+ are broadcasting live. ITV4 is free to air, as is S4C for Welsh speakers.

Eurosport requires a subscription: £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

There's coverage on TG4 in the Republic of Ireland.

All of the above offer evening highlights and analysis of the day’s action too.

How can I watch the Tour de France live in the US?

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Viewers in the US can enjoy daily coverage on NBC Sports and Peacock. You can watch on NBC on demand too – there's no additional charge above your cable, satellite or telco TV provider's subscription cost.

Peacock access requires a subscription to its premium tier, priced at $5.99 plus tax per month. There's currently a deal at $19.99 for a year's access for new subscribers.

How can I watch the Tour de France live in Australia?

Cycling fans in Australia can enjoy every stage live on SBS . Handily, there’s a free on-demand service if you’re not an insomniac, while there are daily highlights on the SBS Sport website. There's coverage and more on the SBS Tour Tracker app too.

Stages and start times

Keep an eye on the times below to ensure you don't miss an arrivée either.

Like the race itself, stage start times are a moveable feast, with starts as early as 11.15am CET and as late as 2.40pm CET.

End times will vary significantly too, depending on stage length, how hard the terrain is and how fast it’s ridden.

Fortunately, the Tour de France has organised a few of these races before, so it’s got a pretty good idea of when the first riders are likely to reach the finish.

Again, that’s highly variable – anything from 4.28pm CET to 7.30pm CET, so you need to be on your toes to make sure you're watching early enough not to miss the end-stage action.

Here’s a table, taken from the official Le Tour website, of expected start and end times for each stage. If you want to see particular action, the time the race is expected to reach intermediate points is set out on the site too, right down to railway level crossings and tiny villages in la France profonde .

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When is the Tour de France 2024? How to watch and the latest odds with Tadej Pogacar the bookies' favourite

W ith five weeks to go until the 2024 Tour de France , Tadej Pogacar is the bookies’ favourite to win the yellow jersey — having won the Giro d’Italia emphatically.  

The Slovenian is looking to add to his 2020 and 2021 Tour titles, which will be easier if rival Jonas Vingegaard fails to recover from crash injuries sustained in the Itzulia Basque Country tour earlier this year.

Danish rider Vingegaard, the 2022 and 2023 Tour winner, is facing a race against time to be fit and is not on the start list for next week's Critérium du Dauphiné — a warm-up race. 

Other yellow jersey contenders Remco Evenepoel and Primož Roglič, who also both crashed on the Basque tour, have recovered to make the Critérium .

It could make for an interesting 111th edition of the race with or without its biggest names when the racing gets under way next month. 

Here is all you need to know about the 2024 Tour de France.

When is the Tour de France 2024? 

The Tour will begin with a hilly stage from Florence to Rimini in Italy on Saturday, June 29. 

From there, riders will race for 21 days and have two rest days, culminating in a time trial in Nice on Sunday, July 21. 

What is the route for the Tour?

After the four days in Italy, the Tour will cross the border to Valloire France on Tuesday, July 2 — the first high mountain stage.

It is the first time the race has had its Grand Depart in Italy. In another first, the riders will cross into San Marino on an early stage. 

The Tour will finish outside Paris for the first time as the French capital is preparing to host the Olympic Games and the Paralympics this summer.

The final stage in Nice will be a time trial, meaning the general classification order will go down to the last day. 

While usually the last day is something of a ceremony before a sprint, in 2024 it will be the second of two long time trials. 

The tough route will take in summit finishes in the French Alps, featured earlier than usual, Massif Central and the Pyrenees. Stage nine will also feature 32 kilometres (20 miles) of gravel roads. 

The severity of the stages and lack of flat finishes is bad news for sprinters including Britain's Mark Cavendish — who is seeking a record-breaking 35th Tour stage win. 

Eight stages identified as ‘flat’ could give sprinters such as Cavendish reasons to hope — but only if they can stay in the race over the mountains and make time cuts. 

The Manx rider told the Guardian : “There’s a few [sprint stages] but you’ve got to get to them — that’s the problem. 

“It’s so hard. I’m in a bit of shock, actually.”

How can I watch the Tour de France? 

ITV 4 and ITV X will be showing the Tour de France live from June 29 to July 21 with highlights shows every evening — usually at 7pm. 

In previous years, the shows have been presented by Gary Imlach with input and commentary from David Millar and Ned Boulting. 

ITV will also broadcast Critérium du Dauphiné highlights from June 4 to 11. 

Who are the bookmakers’ favourites for the 2024 Tour de France? 

Bookmakers are in an unusual position and taking bets on a race scenario with and without defending champion Jonas Vingegaard taking part. 

Oddschecker does not have the option of betting on the Dane winning the yellow jersey.

However, the odds of other contenders do shorten if he does not make the start line. 

The full list of riders will be confirmed nearer the start of the race. 

These are the Oddschecker odds as of May 30 .

Tadej Pogacar: Odds to win with Vingegaard in race (4/11) without Vingegaard (1/2)

The Slovenian is in red-hot form and could add to his two yellow jerseys. 

Primož Roglič: Both with and without Vingegaard (9/2)

Another Slovenian who has won the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a Espana in the past but never the Tour de France, despite coming second in 2020. 

Remco Evenepoel: With and without Vingegaard (10/1)

The Belgian has previously won the Giro and is an all-rounder. 

Juan Ayuso: With and without Vingegaard (16/1)

The Spanish youngster is a teammate of Pogacar at UAE Team Emirates and could step up should misfortune strike the Slovenian but is otherwise on domestique duty.

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One half of the Tour de France favourites spent the previous week at the Critérium du Dauphiné testing their legs, now it's time for the other half to flex theirs at the Tour de Suisse. The eight stage race covers almost 1,000 kilometres and climbs 18,000 metres as it crosses the mountainous country which provides the perfect stage to see who's form is building nicely. 

Read on and we'll show you how to watch the Tour de Suisse 2024 live streams from anywhere with a VPN , and potentially for free .

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With no Tadej Pogačar on the start sheet as he prepares at altitude and no Jonas Vingegaard as he continues to recover from injury the role of favourite rests on the shoulders of 2023 winner Mattias Skjelmose (Lidl - Trek). Although he's had a quiet season he will be keen to repeat last year's breakthrough victory in the Swiss Alps and reconfirm his place at cycling's top table. 

Going up against him with be the three pronged attack of Tom Pidcock, Egan Bernal and Jhonatan Narvaez of the INEOS Grenadiers with all eyes on Pidcock especially as he starts his serious attempt to be a stage race winner. Groupama - FDJ will be headed up by the young sensation Lenny Martinez and Israel - Premier Tech by the winner of this year's Fleche Wallonne , Stephen Williams.

Of those here to hunt stages and not chase overall victory look out for the likes of Arnaud De Lie (Lotto Dstny), Pello Bilbao (Bahrain - Victorious) and the local hero Marc Hirschi (UAE Team Emirates).

Coming just two weeks before the Tour de France the tension will be building and with many teams still to announce their squads every rider on every team will be treating the race as an audition to appear on the grand stage in July. 

Stage one and everyone will want good legs to not lose any time over the short time trial but who will be on form?

Read on for details of how to watch Tour de Suisse 2024 live streams wherever you are in the world — including options to tune in for free.

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If you live in Switzerland then you can look forward to a free Tour de Suisse live stream in 2024 on SRF , which is set to serve up a free stream of the entire race.

But what if you’re based in any of these countries but aren’t at home to catch that free Tour de Suisse coverage? Maybe you’re on vacation and don’t want to spend money on pay TV in another country, when you’d usually be able to watch for free at home?

Don't worry — you can watch via a VPN instead. We'll show you how to do that below.

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Away from home at the moment and blocked from watching the cycling on your usual subscription?

You can still watch the Tour de Suisse 2024 live thanks to the wonders of a VPN (Virtual Private Network). The software allows your devices to appear to be back in your home country regardless of where in the world you are. So ideal for viewers away on vacation or on business. Our favorite is NordVPN . It's the best on the market:

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Using a VPN is incredibly simple.

1. Install the VPN of your choice . As we've said, NordVPN is our favorite.

2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN app. For instance if you're in the U.S. and want to view your usual Swiss service, you'd select Switzerland from the list.

3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to SRF or another streaming service and watch the action

How to watch 2024 Tour de Suisse live streams in the U.S.

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The 2024 Critérium du Dauphiné will be aired by NBC's Peacock streaming service in the U.S.. A subscription to the Premium Monthly plan (which gives you access to live sports and events, as well as loads of TV shows and movies) will cost you $5.99 per month. A Premium Annual subscription, giving you access for a year, will usually set you back $59.99.

And if you're currently out of the U.S. but still want to watch the race on Peacock, then don't forget to explore  NordVPN , as set out above.

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Live coverage of the 2024 Tour de Suisse will be broadcast on Eurosport and Discovery Plus.

A 'Standard' subscription to Discovery Plus , which includes Eurosport's cycling coverage, will set you back £6.99 per month. The package includes year-round cycling streams as well as other live sports including snooker, French Open tennis , motorsports, the upcoming Paris Olympic Games and more.

A premium subscription, which includes all that plus TNT Sports ( Premier League , Champions League and Europa League football , as well as rugby, wrestling, UFC and MotoGP) costs £30.99 per month.

If you're currently traveling overseas, don't worry, as you can use NordVPN to watch from abroad.

How to watch Tour de Suisse 2024 live streams in Canada

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Cycling fans in the Canada can watch the 2024 Tour de Suisse on  FloBikes . A subscription will set you back CAN$150 for the year or CAN$30 on a monthly basis.

Not at home right now? Use NordVPN or another VPN service to trick your device into thinking you're still in Canada.

Tour de Suisse 2024 stages

The 2024 Tour de Suisse kicks off with a 4.8km prologue in the town of Vaduz to implement a GC order right from day one. After this brief yet intense beginning the following day sees the riders face a lumpy 177 kilometre journey from Vaduz to Regensdorf which although featuring three classified climbs is more then likely to finish in a bunch sprint. 

Those sprinters who miss out on stage two will have another chance on stage three at the finish in Rüschlikon, but with multiple short sharp ascents in the final kilometres they could be foiled by a late break away. 

Stage four is where the real action starts with the race finishing at the top of the world famous Gotthardpass. With almost 30 kilometres uphill the teams of the favourites will have to make sure their leaders are well placed to make their mark at the summit.

Stage five from Ambri to Cari features the second summit finish in two days with an even more testing finish than the day before, then stage six sees the first HC climb of the race. The 151 kilometres from Locarno to Blatten are dominated by the colossal Nufenenpass, but coming 60 kilometres from the end can it be decisive? 

Yet more mountains and yet another summit finish are on the cards on stage seven around Villars-sur-Ollon as the race crosses the same two mountains twice on a giant loop in and out of the town. 

The final stage like the first is a time trial. This time a longer test at 15.7 kilometres anyone hoping to gain time will have one last chance.

Tour de Suisse route 2024

Stage 1 | Sunday June 9 , Vaduz - Vaduz, 4.8km (ITT)

Stage 2 | Monday June 10 , Vaduz - Regensdorf, 177.3km

Stage 3 | Tuesday June 11 , Steinmaur - Rüschlikon, 161.7km

Stage 4 | Wednesday June 12 , Rüschlikon - Gotthard Pass, 171km

Stage 5 | Thursday June 13 , Ambrì - Carì, 148.6km

Stage 6 | Friday June 14 , Locarno - Blatten, 151.4km

Stage 7 | Saturday June 15 , Villars-sur-Ollon - Villars-sur-Ollon 118.2km

Stage 8 | Sunday June 16 , Aigle - Villars-sur-Ollon, 15.7 (ITT)

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Two of the world's biggest rising tennis stars meet today, and you won't want to miss out on the action. We have everything you need to know on how to watch the French Open final from anywhere for free. The Alcaraz vs Zverev live stream is a sought-after affair today, and while many countries tuck it away behind a paywall, others are showing it for free. We'll show you how to use a VPN to get around geo-restrictions to access the free options from anywhere - you'll want to keep hold of one, too, as you'll be able to use it to watch Wimbledon and the Olympics for free this summer. 

Carlos Alcaraz is going for his third Grand Slam today and has steadily emerged as one of the potential contenders for the new era of greats in the men's game as we see the Djokovic/Nadal/Federer one wind down. Jannik Sinner may be vying to join him, but there's a chance for a third player to enter the conversation today, as Alexander Zverev has had a great year and could put a stop to Alcaraz's plans to win a slam on every surface. We're expecting a closer battle than yesterday's women's final - Iga Swiatek was predictably excellent against Jasmine Paolini's valiant effort.

Speaking of Jasmine Paolini, she's back in action today, directly before the men's final for the women's doubles final. Of the channel options below, France.TV, is the one you want to see that match as the others don't seem to have it on the schedule. If you don't mind an earlier start, join us in doubling up on free French Open final live stream action for the day.

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The French Open men's finals will air on NBC on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. ET. If you don't have cable, you can catch the Alcaraz vs. Zverev match live on Peacock . Peacock subscriptions start at $5.99 a month. For a limited time only (until the end of June), you can subscribe to an annual plan using the promo code STREAMTHEDEAL to get a whole year of Peacock for just $19.99. That's worth a shot right now, especially as they'll have comprehensive coverage of the Paris Olympics next month, including the tennis, which will hopefully see Nadal back in action.

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Where to watch Alcaraz vs. Zverev in Austria

The French Open men's finals will be available to live stream on Servus TV in Austria. This free streaming option doesn't require any account creation, so you just need to navigate to the website at the start of the match. The site hosts lots of tennis coverage, as well as other sporting events, like Formula 1 (including the Canadian GP today) and MotoGP races.

Where to watch Alcaraz vs. Zverev in France

The French Open live streams on France TV for free in France. Viewers just need to make an account to watch. While match selection was limited earlier in the tournament, the Alcaraz vs. Zverev match is streaming here today. In addition to tennis, this is a great hub for cycling fans.

Where to watch Alcaraz vs. Zverev in Australia

9Now has carried many of the biggest matches at this year's French Open and is the place to be for the men's final. Stan Sport also has it and was the service covering every game from the start, but there's no point signing up for a paid subscription on the final day of the tournament when 9Now is free (just create a quick sign-in account to enjoy the French Open final live stream today).

If you're not in Australia today, don't worry. A VPN (see below) will help you tune in from anywhere in the world if you're not seeing it in the TV guide where you are today. 

How to watch the French Open final from anywhere

If you're outside of Australia, Austria, or France during the match and still want to tune in for free, you can use a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs are easy ways to change your device's virtual location to access websites from anywhere. They're especially popular among people looking to boost their online privacy and those hoping to use all of their usual websites and apps while traveling abroad.

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