It’s one of the oldest and most distinguished sporting competitions in the world. The riders have 21 stages to negotiate and 21 rival teams to wrestle with. If you’re looking for somewhere to watch this herculean sporting event, we’ve got you covered.
When is it?
The first stage commences on 6th July and the final phase is scheduled to end in Paris on 28th July.
Where is it?
The Grand Depart this year is from Brussels, Belgium before snaking around France and finishing in Paris.
Which pubs are showing it?
Click here to see a list of UK and Ireland pubs showing Tour de France on T.V. Just select a day you’d like to watch and search by location to see pubs near you showing the Tour de France.
What channel is it on?
There is coverage of each stage live on ITV4 and Eurosport. You can also livestream it via ITV Hub.
Who’re the favourites?
Certainly not Chris Froome, after he crashed out and broke a leg during the Criterium du Dauphine. Last year’s champion Geraint Thomas is the bookies favourite but Jakob Fuglsang and Egan Bernal are also hotly tipped.
What happened last time?
Relive the fraught final kilometer from 2018.