How to follow the race?
Those who subscribe to Eurosport (via Discovery Pass+ Sport & Entertainment) or GCN+ are in luck, as both ITV4 and the Welsh terrestrial channel S4C will broadcast daily. In Wales S4C is available on Sky 104, Freeview 4, Virgin TV 166 and Freesat 104, while in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland it is available on Sky 134, Freesat 120 and Virgin TV 166 as well as iPlayer. Live shows and featured shows will air at different times every day. Alternatively, if you’re stuck at work or don’t have a Eurosport subscription, a sports package with Sky and BT or GCN+, or can’t access S4C, you can follow the action, like And it comes out, right here with The Telegraph. Play. Almost every stage will be blogged live by our team (details follow), while details of selected races and positions will also be published in the main rankings.
Which team will run the Tour de France?
As in all WorldTour races, in professional cycling each elite team receives an invitation and, in the case of the Tour de France, all are entered to compete in the Grand Tour.
Additionally, Alpesin-Fénix and Archaea-Samiq qualified as the top-ranked ProTeam of 2021, while race organizers ASO awarded wildcard spots to French teams B&B Hotels-KTM and TotalEnergies.
You can find a full list of the teams in action in France in July and the riders scheduled to line up in Copenhagen here.
How to watch live TV coverage and follow races
All dates, times and distances are correct at the time of publication.
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