Tour de France 2023 live stream telecast where to watch broadcast in India, schedule, dates, time, route

Tour de France 2023 live stream telecast where to watch broadcast in India, schedule, dates, time, route

We examine the full schedule of the 2023 Tour de France, which is scheduled to kick-off on 1st July and will run through 21st July along with the live stream telecast broadcast in India

Vingegaard and Pogacar engaged in an exhilarating rivalry in 2022, and they are the two heavy favorites for the 2023 Tour de France. On Saturday, this prestigious event will kick-off with the first-stage that will include steep ascent of 3400-meters.

Tour de France 2023 live stream telecast where to watch broadcast in India, schedule, dates, time table, route

2023 Tour de France schedule, date, venue, track details, & favorites to win

In general, it is anticipated that the 2023 Tour de France will feature a two-horse race between the reigning champion Jonas Vingegaard and two-time champion Tadej Pogacar. Notably, these two players have finished in the top-two since last two years. However, 2022 Giro d’Italia champion Jai Hindley will be eager to clinch a podium finish. Additionally, experienced athletes like Mikel Landa, Enric Mas, David Gaudu, Richard Carapaz, Ben O’Connor, & Romain Bardet have the potential to be crowned as the overall winner.


According to the official schedule, this prestigious tournament will kick-off on 1st July with the first stage in Bilbao before culminating on 23rd July with the twenty-first stage in Paris. There will be 22 teams competing in the event and hence, eighteen UCI WorldTeams have all received automatic invitations. Additionally, top-two 2022 UCI ProTeams including Lotto-Dstny and Team TotalEnergies have qualified for the 2023 Tour de France. It should be remembered that a total of 176 cyclists will begin the race in Bilbao and each team will consist of eight cyclists.

The Tour de France route for this year covers a distance of 3,404 km (2,115 miles) and spans three weeks and it starts in Spain’s Bilbao, marking its first-ever stage in the city. It’s the second year in a row that the Tour begins outside France and the challenging race concludes on the iconic Champs-Élysées in Paris.


we examine the full schedule of the 2023 Tour de France along with track details:

Stage Date Course Distance Type
1 1 July Bilbao (Spain) 182 km Medium-mountain stage
2 2 July Vitoria-Gasteiz to San Sebastián (Spain) 209 km Medium-mountain stage
3 3 July Amorebieta-Etxano (Spain) to Bayonne 185 km Flat stage
4 4 July Dax to Nogaro 182 km Flat stage
5 5 July Pau to Laruns 165 km Mountain stage
6 6 July Tarbes to Cauterets (Cambasque) 145 km Mountain stage
7 7 July Mont-de-Marsan to Bordeaux 170 km Flat stage
8 8 July Libourne to Limoges 201 km Medium-mountain stage
9 9 July Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat to Puy de Dôme 184 km Mountain stage
10 July Clermont-Ferrand Rest day
10 11 July Vulcania to Issoire 167 km Medium-mountain stage
11 12 July Clermont-Ferrand to Moulins 180 km Flat stage
12 13 July Roanne to Belleville-en-Beaujolais 166 km Medium-mountain stage
13 14 July Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne to Grand Colombier 138 km Mountain stage
14 15 July Annemasse to Morzine 152 km Mountain stage
15 16 July Les Gets to Saint-Gervais-les-Bains 180 km Mountain stage
17 July Saint-Gervais-les-Bains Rest day
16 18 July Passy to Combloux 22 km Individual time trial
17 19 July Saint-Gervais-les-Bains to Courchevel 166 km Mountain stage
18 20 July Moûtiers to Bourg-en-Bresse 186 km Medium-mountain stage
19 21 July Moirans-en-Montagne to Poligny 173 km Flat stage
20 22 July Belfort to Le Markstein 133 km Mountain stage
21 23 July Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines to Paris (Champs-Élysées) 115 km Flat stage
Total 3,404 km 

When And Where to Watch: live streaming & telecast

It has been confirmed that the 2023 Tour de France will be shown live across 190 countries. Notably, the competition will be broadcasted through the France TV/Eurosport TV in France and it will be streamed through RTVE in Spain. There is no live telecast in India.

Region Channel
Basque Country  EiTB
Belgium  RTBF and VRT
Czech Republic  Česká Televize
Denmark  TV2
Europe  Eurosport Eurosport
France France TV, Sport France, TV Sport, & Eurosport France
Germany  Discovery+ and ARD
Ireland  TG4
Italy  Discovery+ and RAI Sport
Luxemburg  RTL
Netherlands  Discovery+ and NOS
Norway  TV2
Portugal  RTP
Scandinavia  Discovery+
Slovakia  RTVS
Slovenia  RTV SLO
Spain  RTVE
Switzerland  SRG
United Kingdom Discovery+ and ITV
Wales  S4C

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