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Tour de France 2022 on TV: Watch live coverage and ITV highlights

Your guide on how to watch the Tour de France 2022 live on TV and details about highlights throughout the event.

2022 Tour de France on TV
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Published: Tuesday, 19th July 2022 at 1:48 pm
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The Tour de France 2022 enters the final few days of action with a grandstand finish set up as riders prepare to embark on a gruelling stretch through the Pyrenees.

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The 109th edition of the Grand Tour has provided plenty of drama already throughout the varied landscapes with a big lead change halfway through the trek.

Reigning champion Tadej Pogacar, who has won the last two editions of the Tour de France, led five stages before being hunted down by Jonas Vingegaard, who is mounting a lead at the top.

Vingegaard held a lead of more than two minutes going into the final week, with just seconds separating Pogacar from third-placed Geraint Thomas. Fellow Brit Adam Yates is back in fifth.

Fans around the world will be keen to keep track of all the unfolding events and dramatic moments live on TV and online, and UK fans have more than a few options to choose from.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the details about how to watch the Tour de France 2022.

How to watch Tour de France 2021 on TV and live stream

The Tour de France will be shown live on Eurosport platforms, including discovery+, and free-to-air on ITV4 for the duration of the event.

ITV4 boasts the rights to show live coverage until 2023, bringing you all the daily drama without paying a penny.

Streaming platform discovery+ will have full coverage from each stage, available to watch live and on-demand. You can sign up for discovery+ for just £6.99 per month or £59.99 annually.

Eurosport will also be showing all the action live on their TV channels and digital platforms including through Amazon Prime Video. You can grab a seven-day free trial of the Eurosport add-on plus a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.

You can also stream the event on GCN+ which is available for £6.99 per month or £39.99 per year.

Welsh-language channel S4C is also showing live coverage of the race. You can tune in via Sky, Freeview, Virgin and Freesat, as well as via BBC iPlayer.

Tour de France 2022 highlights on ITV

You can tune in for a full highlights show at 7pm on ITV during each night of the Tour de France 2022, apart from on Day 1 when the highlights show is at 8pm.

The hour-long show will bring you all the latest updates from each stage of the gruelling trek.

There will also be regular highlights across discovery+, Eurosport, GCN+ and S4C throughout the Tour de France so you can keep track of all the biggest moments.

Tour de France 2022 TV schedule

Tuesday 19th July: Stage 16

Live: 2pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Wednesday 20th July: Stage 17

Live: 12pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Thursday 21st July: Stage 18

Live: 12:30pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Friday 22nd July: Stage 19

Live: 2pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Saturday 23rd July: Stage 20

Live: 3pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Sunday 24th July: Stage 21

Live: 4pm (ITV) / TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Highlights: 7pm (ITV)/ TBC (Eurosport/discovery+)

Who won the Tour de France 2021?

Tadej Pogacar won the Tour de France in 2021 by a considerable margin of more than five minutes ahead of runner-up Jonas Vingegaard.

Pogacar, who was 22 at the time, became the youngest rider ever to win the Tour twice, having also recorded a victory in 2020.

Richard Carapaz rounded off the podium, though he finished seven minutes off the top step.

Tour de France past winners

2010: Andy Schleck

2011: Cadel Evans

2012: Bradley Wiggins

2013: Chris Froome

2014: Vincenzo Nibali

2015: Chris Froome

2016: Chris Froome

2017: Chris Froome

2018: Geraint Thomas

2019: Egan Bernal

2020: Tadej Pogacar

2021: Tadej Pogacar

If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or visit our Sport hub.

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