How to watch Milan-San Remo 2023: Live stream the first Monument of the season

Don’t miss a moment of the action of the Italian Monument

Milan San Remo 2023
Matej Mohorič celebrates atop the podium last year
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Quick guide to watching Milan-San Remo 2023

Dates: Saturday 18 March

The first Monument of the season is available across a multitude of regions on various platforms. All you need to do is stock up on snacks and supplies, ready for the big watch.

AUS Stream on GCN+

UK Stream on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+, all £6.99 per month

US Stream on GCN+

Canada Stream on GCN+

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What to expect at Milan-San Remo 2023

Milan-San Remo is always a big moment in the cycling season – the long-awaited first Monument of the year.

This year’s edition of the race will be held on Saturday 18 March and some of the peloton's biggest hitters are already signed up – Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Mathieu Van Der Poel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) and Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates), to name but three.

This year's 'Primavera' as it's known, is the longest one-day race on the calendar at 294km. While up until now it has always started from Milan, this year it begins just outside, in the town of Abbiategrasso. From there, it heads south to the Mediterranean coast before heading west to San Remo in the Liguria region. 

The riders will encounter the mid-sized climb of the Passo del Turchino mid-route, but the key phase of the race begins with around 20km to go, with the storied ascents of the Cipressa and the Poggio.

Matej Mohorič of Bahrain Victorious won last year with a daring attack on the final descent, holding on to win on the Via Roma - San Remo's famous finishing straight. He is set to defend his title this year, but could have serious competition from the likes of Van Der Poel, Van Aert and many more.

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How to watch Milan-San Remo in the UK

In the UK, you'll be able to watch Milan-San Remo live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+. On each of those platforms the coverage begins at 8.45am (UK time) and goes all the way through till 5.30pm.

If you don't already have one, you can subscribe to GCN+ for £6.99 per month, or pay an annual fee of £39.99.

New subscriptions to Eurosport are now with Discovery+ and cost either £6.99 per month, or £59.99 annually.

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How to watch Milan-San Remo 2023 in the US

For cycling fans in the USA, this year's Milan-San Remo will be available to view both live and on demand through GCN+. In order to watch, you'll need to sign up to either a monthly or annual subscription. This will set you back $8.99 per month (plus taxes), or you can opt for an annual payment of $49.99 (plus taxes), which makes for a very attractive deal if you plan to watch all year round.

How to watch Milan-San Remo 2023 in Australia

As per US and British fans, Aussies can subscribe to GCN+ to tune in to Milan-San Remo. Subscriptions cost $15.99 AUD per month, or $64.99 per year. That's equivalent to $5.42 a month, so a significant saving.

What time is Milan-San Remo on?

In the UK Milan-San Remo streams on GCN+ from 8.45 to 17.00 local time and includes analysis in The Breakaway. Post-race highlights will also be available. and Discovery+ will be showing the race between those same times.

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