Tour de France 2019: How to watch the full race on Eurosport with BT TV – full schedule and listings

The Tour is underway and it could be one of the most open editions in recent decades – here’s everything you need to know about watching this year’s event.

"The Tour de France doesn’t compare to anything else," says Eurosport’s anchor for the 2019 cycling event Orla Chennaoui.

"The size and magnitude of it all isn’t like anything else. It’s the one race a year, whether you following cycling or not, which everyone will tune into. Everything that happens here is important."

And if you don’t want to miss a moment of the 2019 Tour, Eurosport 1 will have live coverage of every stage.

Keep reading to find out the ‘Ones to Watch’ and ‘How to Watch’ with BT TV.

How to watch Eurosport on BT TV

Eurosport 2019 Tour De France presenters and pundits

Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 are available to BT TV customers on channel 412/413.

If you get a HD TV package, you will also get Eurosport 1 HD and Eurosport 2 HD on channels 435/436.

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Who are the Eurosport Tour De France presenters, commentators and pundits?

Bradley Wiggins - Eurosport 2019 Tour De France pundit

The Eurosport team is anchored by Orla Chennaoui, who is covering her 10th Tour De France. She will be joined by British cycling and Olympic legend Sir Bradley Wiggins, pundits Brian Smith, Dan Lloyd and Adam Blythe and reporter Matt Stephens.

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Tour De France 2019 – Ones to Watch

Orla - Tour De France presenter for Eurosport

Orla Chennaoui told BT TV: “Everyone is talking about Egan Bernal and it’s hard not to think about him when you’re thinking about someone who could make for an exciting three weeks.

So much has been made of his talent and his potential, he’s so young and there is the possibility he could win the Tour de France. He’s only 22, he hasn’t led a Grand Tour team before, never mind a team on the scale of Ineos. He’s not been tested on this level before. But he’s had an amazing season, the fact he’s the co-leader with Geraint Thomas, the defending champion, shows the team’s belief in him. I’m really excited to see how he does.

"From the sprinters, I’m also really excited to see Groenewegen, he’s won on the Tour before, he’s an Amsterdam lad and now I’m living there I’m hoping there might be a bit of a party if he does well. I think he a really good chance this year to set the sprints alight."

Exclusive to Eurosport – The Breakway

Orla presenting 2019 Tour De France

Only Eurosport viewers will be able to watch fan show The Breakaway, which is a 15-minute special broadcasting immediately after every stage of the Tour.

Answering questions and tackling topics suggested by fans on social media using the #thebreakaway.

Informal, light-hearted and presented by the team who have covered the main race coverage that day, it will be the number one place for insight and debate around the biggest talking points of the 2019 Tour.

 

 

Full schedule and TV listings for Tour De France 2019

Tour de France 2018

Monday 8 July

1045 – 1700 Stage 3 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 3 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Tuesday 9 July

1045 – 1645 Stage 4 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 4 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Wednesday 10 July

1145 – 1700 Stage 5 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 5 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 11 July

1145 – 1700 Stage 6 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 6 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 12 July

1000 – 1630 Stage 7 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 7 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 13 July

1045 – 1630 Stage 8 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 8 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 14 July

1130 – 1645 Stage 9 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 –  2100 Stage 9 Highlights on Eurosport 2

Monday 15 July

1045 – 1700 Stage 10 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 10 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Tuesday 16 July

Rest day

Wednesday 17 July

1215 – 1700 Stage 11 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 11 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 18 July

1000 – 1645 Stage 12 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 12 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 19 July

1230 – 1715 Stage 13 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 13 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 20 July

1200– 1645 Stage 14 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 14 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 21 June

1045– 1715 Stage 15 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 15 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Monday 22 July

Rest Day

Tuesday 23 July

1145– 1700 Stage 16 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 16 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Wednesday 24 July

1100– 1700 Stage 17 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 17 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 25 July

0945– 1700 Stage 18 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 18 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 26 July

1215– 1715 Stage 19 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 19 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 27 July

1200– 1730 Stage 20 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2000 – 2130 Stage 20 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 28 July

1630– 2100 Stage 21 LIVE on Eurosport 1
2300 – 2430 Stage 21 Highlights on Eurosport 1

Watch every minute from the 2019 Tour de France LIVE on Eurosport and Eurosport Player.

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