Where to watch the 2017 Tour de France live on television - Eurosport and ITV4 schedules

The 2017 Tour de France takes place over July 1-23, and will feature the most comprehensive television coverage of any Tour to date with every stage shown live from start to finish.

Eurosport and ITV will be broadcasting live coverage of each stage, in addition to analysis and highlights programmes.


Watch: Tour de France 2017: Essential Guide


The 2017 Tour starts on Saturday, July 1, in Düsseldorf, Germany, before returning to France via Belgium on Monday, July 3.

>>> Tour de France 2017 route

Fans will not have to wait long for the first summit finish, with La Planche des Belles Filles acting as the finale of stage five.

It’s then on to the Alps on week two and Pyrenees on week three, before the traditional finale in Paris on Sunday, July 23.

Tour de France TV Guide

Saturday 1 July
1400-1815 LIVE stage one on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage one highlights on Eurosport 1
1400 -1800 Live stage one on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage one highlights on ITV4
Sunday 2 July
1100-1645 LIVE stage two on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage two highlights on Eurosport 1
1100-1645 Live stage two on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage two highlights on ITV4
Monday 3 July
1115-1700 LIVE stage three on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage three highlights on Eurosport 1
1100 -1645 Live stage three on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage three highlights on ITV4
Tuesday 4 July
1100-1645 LIVE stage four on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage four highlights on Eurosport 1
1100 -1630 Live stage four on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage four highlights on ITV4
Wednesday 5 July
1200-1700 LIVE stage five on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage five highlights on Eurosport 1
1200 -1645 Live stage five on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage five highlights on ITV4
Thursday 6 July
1100-1700 LIVE stage six on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage six highlights on Eurosport 1
1100 -1700 Live stage six on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage six highlights on ITV4
Friday 7 July
1100-1700 LIVE stage seven on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage seven highlights on Eurosport 1
1100 -170 Live stage seven on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage seven highlights on ITV4
Saturday 8 July
1100-1700 LIVE stage eight on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage eight highlights on Eurosport 2
1100 -1630 Live stage eight on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage eight highlights on ITV4
Sunday 9 July
1030-1645 LIVE stage nine on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage nine highlights on Eurosport 1
1030 -1630 Live stage nine on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage nine highlights on ITV4Monday 10 July
1900-2000 Rest day highlights on ITV4Tuesday 11 July
1215-1700 LIVE stage 10 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 10 on Eurosport 1
1200 -1700 Live stage 10 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 10 highlights on ITV4

Wednesday 12 July
1145-1715 LIVE stage 11 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 11 on Eurosport 1
1200 -1715 Live stage 11 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 11 highlights on ITV4

Thursday 13 July
0945-1630 LIVE stage 12 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 12 on Eurosport 1
0945-1630 Live stage 12 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 12 highlights on ITV4
Friday 14 July
1315-1700 LIVE stage 13 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 13 on Eurosport 1
1315 -1700 Live stage 13 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 13 highlights on ITV4
Saturday 15 July
1200-1700 LIVE stage 14 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 14 highlights on Eurosport 1
1200 -1700 Live stage 14 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 14 highlights on ITV4
Sunday 16 July
1200-1715 LIVE stage 15 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 15 highlights on Eurosport 1
1200 -1730 Live stage 15 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 15 highlights on ITV4Monday 17 July
1900-2000 Rest day highlights on ITV4Tuesday 18 July
1230-1645 LIVE stage 16 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 16 on Eurosport 1
1230 -1645 Live stage 16 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 16 highlights on ITV4

Wednesday 19 July
1100-1700 LIVE stage 17 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 17 on Eurosport 1
1100 -1700 Live stage 17 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 17 highlights on ITV4

Thursday 20 July
0900-1100 LIVE La Course by Le Tour on Eurosport 1
1145-1700 LIVE stage 18 on Eurosport 1
1900-2000 La Course by Le Tour on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 18 on Eurosport 1
1130 -1700 Live stage 18 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 18 highlights on ITV4
Friday 21 July
1115-1700 LIVE stage 19 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 19 on Eurosport 1
1100 -1700 Live stage 19 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 19 highlights on ITV4
Saturday 22 July
1245-1700 LIVE stage 20 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 20 highlights on Eurosport 1
1230 -1700 Live stage 20 on ITV4
1900-2000 Stage 20 highlights on ITV4
Sunday 23 July
1730-1845 LIVE stage 21 on Eurosport 1
2000-2200 Stage 21 highlights on Eurosport 1
1530 -1900 Live stage 21 on ITV4
2100-2200 Stage 21 highlights on ITV4

Tour de France 2017 stages

Stage 1, Saturday July 1: Düsseldorf (DE) 13.8km ITT
Stage 2, Sunday July 2: Düsseldorf (DE) – Liège (BE), 202km
Stage 3, Monday July 3: Verviers (BE) – Longwy, 202km
Stage 4, Tuesday July 4: Mondorf-les-Bains (LU) – Vittel, 203km
Stage 5, Wednesday July 5: Vittel – La Planche des Belles Filles (Summit finish), 160km
Stage 6, Thursday July 6: Vesoul – Troyes, 216km
Stage 7, Friday July 7: Troyes – Nuits-Saint-Georges, 214km
Stage 8, Saturday July 8: Dole – Station des Rousses (Summit finish), 187km
Stage 9, Sunday July 9: Nantua – Chambéry (Mountains), 181km

Rest day – Monday July 10

Stage 10, Tuesday July 11: Périgueux – Bergerac, 178km
Stage 11, Wednesday July 12: Eymet – Pau, 202km
Stage 12, Thursday July 13: Pau – Peyragudes (Summit finish), 214km
Stage 13, Friday July 14: Saint-Girons – Foix, 100km
Stage 14, Saturday July 15: Blagnac – Rodez, 181km
Stage 15, Sunday July 16: Laissac-Sévérac L’Eglise – Le Puy-en-Velay, 189km

Rest day – Monday July 17

Stage 16, Tuesday July 18: Brioude – Romans-sur-Isère, 165km
Stage 17, Wednesday July 19: La Mure – Serre Chevalier, 183km
Stage 18, Thursday July 20: Briançon – Col d’Izoard (Summit finish), 178km
Stage 19, Friday July 21: Embrun – Salon-de-Provence, 220km
Stage 20, Saturday July 22: Marseille, 23km ITT
Stage 21, Sunday July 23: Montgeron – Paris, 105km