How to Watch the 2022 Tour de France on TV

By : Mr Mamil
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The 2022 Tour de France takes place from Friday, July 1 to Sunday, July 24. There will be 21 stages, over the 3,328km (2,080 miles) course with two rest days in between.

Where to watch the 2022 Tour de France

Depending on your location, the Tour de France is broadcasted live across various channels.

Region / CountryChannel
AustraliaSBS
BelgiumRTBF
BelgiumVRT
CanadaFloBikes
ChinaCCTV
ChinaZhibo TV
ColombiaCaracolTV
Czech RepublicČeská televize
DenmarkTV2
FranceFrance TV Sport
FranceEurosport France
GermanyARD
IrelandTG4
ItalyRAI Sport
JapanJ Sports
LuxembourgRTL
NetherlandsNOS
New ZealandSky Sport
NorwayTV2
PortugalRTP
SlovakiaRTVS
SloveniaRTV SLO
SpainRTVE
SwitzerlandSRG-SSR
UKITV
United StatesNBC Sports
WalesS4C
Latin America / CaribbeanESPN
Middle East / North AfricaBeIN Sports
South East AsiaGCN
South East AsiaEurosport
Subsaharan AfricaSupersport

2022 Tour de France Stages and Schedule

StageDateStart / endDistanceTypeStart timeEnd time
11 JulyCopenhagen (Denmark)13 km (8.1 mi)Individual time trial
22 JulyRoskilde to Nyborg (Denmark)199 km (124 mi)Flat stage
33 JulyVejle to Sønderborg (Denmark)182 km (113 mi)Flat stage
4Rest day
45 JulyDunkirk to Calais172 km (107 mi)Hilly stage
56 JulyLille to Arenberg155 km (96 mi)Hilly stage
67 JulyBinche (Belgium) to Longwy220 km (140 mi)Hilly stage
78 JulyTomblaine to La Planche des Belles Filles176 km (109 mi)Mountain stage
89 JulyDole to Lausanne (Switzerland)184 km (114 mi)Medium-mountain stage
910 JulyAigle (Switzerland) to Châtel183 km (114 mi)Mountain stage
11 JulyRest day
1012 JulyMorzine to Megève148 km (92 mi)Medium-mountain stage
1113 JulyAlbertville to Col du Granon149 km (93 mi)Mountain stage
1214 JulyBriançon to Alpe d’Huez166 km (103 mi)Mountain stage
1315 JulyBourg-d’Oisans to Saint-Étienne193 km (120 mi)Flat stage
1416 JulySaint-Étienne to Mende195 km (121 mi)Medium-mountain stage
1517 JulyRodez to Carcassonne200 km (120 mi)Flat stage
18 JulyRest day
1619 JulyCarcassonne to Foix179 km (111 mi)Medium-mountain stage
1720 JulySaint-Gaudens to Peyragudes130 km (81 mi)Mountain stage
1821 JulyLourdes to Hautacam143 km (89 mi)Mountain stage
1922 JulyCastelnau-Magnoac to Cahors189 km (117 mi)Flat stage
2023 JulyLacapelle-Marival to Rocamadour40 km (25 mi)Individual time trial
2124 JulyParis La Défense Arena to Paris (Champs-Élysées)112 km (70 mi)Flat stage