Tour De France 2020 Live Streaming + TV Channels
The 107th edition of the Tour de France 2020 Live Streaming, a stage round belonging to the UCI World Tour calendar that will be held exceptionally due to the Covid-19 pandemic from August 29 to September 20, can be followed live in almost every corner of the world. The planet, not for nothing is considered the second-largest sporting event in the world in the number of spectators.
In France, the Tour De France 2020 Live Streaming and broadcast by France TV Sport, in Spain by RTVE’s thematic channel Teledeporte and in Italy by RAI Sport. Also throughout Europe, the race will be covered by Eurosport, as well as in the Asia-Pacific region.
In America, all stages of the Tour De France 2020 broadcast live on NBC Sports in the US, and Sportsnet and FloBikes in Canada. ESPN will cover Latin America, and the Caribbean and CaracolTV will cover Colombia.
In the Far East, Japanese fans will be able to follow the Tour De France 2020 Live Stream on J Sports and Chinese fans on CCTV. In New Zealand, the race will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports and in Australia on SBS.
Also, the ‘Grande Boucle’ will be broadcast live in South Africa via Supersport Live stream and throughout the Middle East and North Africa on BeIN Sports channels.
In some channels, you can follow the entire route of each stage, from kilometer zero to the finish line. Also, check out the video summaries of each stage in the channel of the Tour de France of Tokyvideo.
France De Tour 2020 Full retransmission schedules of each stage (may vary depending on the TV channel)
1st stage – August 29: Nice – Nice / 14:00 – 18:15 (CEST)
2nd stage – August 30: Nice – Nice / 12:55 – 18:30
3rd stage – August 31: Nice – Sisteron / 11:55 – 17:30
Stage 4 – September 1: Sisteron – Orcières-Merlette / 13:00 – 17:50
5 Stage – September 2: Gap – Privas / 13:00 – 17:50
Stage 6 – September 3 September: Le Teil – Mont Aigoual / 11:55 – 17:20
7th stage – September 4: Millau – Lavur / 13:00 – 17:50
8th stage – September 5: Cazères-sur-Garonne – Loudenvielle / 12: 55 – 17:40
9 Stage – September 6: Pau – Laruns / 12:00 – 16:50
10 Stage – September 8: Ile d´Oleron – Ile de Ré / 13:00 – 17:50
Stage 11 – 9 September: Châtelaillon-Plage – Poitiers / 13:00 – 17:50
Stage 12 – September 10: Chauvigny – Sarran / 11:50 – 17:40
13 Stage – September 11: Châtel-Guyon – Puy Mary / 11:50 – 17:30
14 Stage – September 12: Clermont Ferrand – Lyon / 12:55 – 18:20
15 Stage – September 13: Lyon – Grand Colombier / 12:05 – 17:55
Stage 16 – September 15: La Tour-du-Pin – Villard-de-Lans / 1:00 PM – 18:00
17th stage – 16 September: Grenoble – Méribel / 11:55 – 17:50
18th stage – 17 September: Méribel – La Roche-sur-Foron / 11:55 – 18:00
19th stage – 18 September: Bourg-en-Bresse – Champagnole / 13:25 – 18:00
Stage 20 – September 19: Lure – Planche des Belles Filles / 12:55 – 18:20
Stage 21 – September 20: Mantes-la-Jolie – Paris / 15:15 – 19:20 (CEST)
Tour De France 2020 TV Channel
After a breathtaking 2019 edition, marked by the French performances of Julian Alaphilippe (two-stage victories and 14 days with the yellow jersey) and Thibaut Pinot (winner of the Tourmalet) and the advent of the Colombian Egan Bernal, the 2020 route is focused mainly in the southern half of France.
Leaving the Nice region, the runners will head for the Alps, then the Massif Central, “forgotten.” from the previous routes, before two arrivals in the Pyrenees in the first week.
After a detour via Charente-Maritime, with an unprecedented stage between Île d’Oléron and Île de Ré on Tuesday, September 8 (10 stages) and arrival in Sarran on Thursday, September 10 (12th stage) in front of the museum Jacques Chirac were a tribute will be paid to the president of the former Republic of the Republic who died on September 26, the terrain will rise again with a second passage through the The Massif Central.
The last week will give pride of a place to mountain stages through Isère, Savoie, and Haute-Savoie. It was initially scheduled for July 14, the day of the traditional National Day, a the highlight of the Tour de France, the arrival on the Vercors plateau in Villard-de-Lans (16th stage) is announced on Tuesday, September 15.
Julien Simon, preselected but withdrawn after his fall on the second stage of La Route d’Occitanie, is, of course, not part of the list. But the surprise lies in the choice to take Mathieu Burgaudeau. The Noirmoutrin was not part of the first selection.
Of the 21 stages on the program from Saturday, August 29 (departure in Nice) to Sunday, September 20 (arrival in Paris on the Champs-Élysées), at least 11 have attractive profiles, conducive to offensives, also to failures. In total, the runners will have to face 29 passes or climb classified in 2nd, 1st, or out of the category.
Some may regret this selection of stages not to be missed, neither for the spectators nor for the candidates for success, the 15th between Clermont-Ferrand and Lyon (194 km). It will undoubtedly be very animated by backpackers, but not decisive for the general classification. Here are the ones that should refine the hierarchy.
The map of the Tour de France 2020
The route of the Tour de France 2020 remains the same despite the postponement. Christian Prudhomme confirmed this in April, explaining that elected officials, including regional presidents, had given their consent to host the Tour. Given the very southern choice of the place of departure (Nice) and the need to take the main mountain ranges (Alps and Pyrenees), the route of the Tour de France 2020 will quite logically focus on the southern part of the country. Here is the route map: