2022 Tour de France Live Stream: How to Watch the Final Stage Online

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The biggest cycling event in the world is nearing its end as the 109th Tour de France pedals towards the Champs-Élysées — the race’s 21st and final stage.

Looking to catch the race’s finale live? You’re in luck: There are a few ways to watch the Tour de France stage 21 in 2022, including ways to watch the cycling event on TV and even a couple of options to live stream the Tour de France stage 21 online without cable. Check them out below.

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When Is the 2022 Tour de France?

The 2022 Tour de France began on July 1 in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ends on July 24 at the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France.

How to Watch Tour de France Stage 21 on TV

If you want to watch Tour de France on live TV in the U.S., you’ll need the NBC or USA Network channel in your cable or satellite package.

Live coverage of the Tour de France Stage 21 starts at 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT in the States, so you may want to schedule a recording of the race to watch it later in the day.

How to Watch Tour de France Stage 21 Online Without Cable

If you don’t have cable and want to watch the Tour de France stage 21 online, there are a few ways to do so. Unlike watching the bike race on regular TV, the below options will let you live stream the Tour de France online using your streaming devices, smart TV, laptop, tablet, or phone.

1. Stream Tour de France Stage 21 on Peacock

The easiest (and cheapest) way to watch the Tour de France online is Peacock TV. The NBC streaming service will have a Tour de France stage 21 live streams on Sunday, available to Peacock Premium and Premium Plus subscribers. Peacock Premium costs $4.99 per month, and the (mostly) ad-free Peacock Premium Plus subscription costs $9.99 a month.


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2. Stream Tour de France Stage 21 on Sling

Another option to watch the Tour de France online is to get a live TV streaming service like Sling. A Sling Blue subscription gets you access to 41 channels — including USA and NBC to live stream the Tour de France — and costs $35 a month. However, right now Sling is running a deal that gets new customers 50% off their first month, bringing your first bill down to just $17.50.


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3. Stream Tour de France Stage 21 on fuboTV

fuboTV is another great live TV streaming service, offering USA Network and NBC as part of its large channel lineup to watch the Tour de France stage 21. You also get 1000 hours of cloud DVR storage to watch parts of the race later in the day. A subscription costs $69.99 a month, and starts with a seven-day free trial.


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4. Stream Tour de France Stage 21 on DirecTV Stream

With over 140 live TV channels including USA Network, DirecTV Stream is a great way to watch the Tour de France online this year. Plus, DirecTV Stream comes with unlimited cloud DVR storage for those early morning stages.

DirecTV Stream normally costs $69.99 a month, but right now you can get $15 off your first two months. Plus, the streamer offers a five-day free trial before you pay.


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How to Watch Tour de France Stage 21 for Free Online

Unlike some live sports events, it’s fairly easy to watch the Tour de France online for free.

The first way to get a free Tour de France stage 21 live stream is to use one of the free trails mentioned above (either DirecTV Stream’s five-day free trial or, better yet, fuboTV’s seven-day free trial). These free trials will let you stream the Tour de France for free during the trial window.


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The other way to watch the Tour de France stage 21 for free online is to get a VPN (a virtual private network) and tune into the free Tour de France live streams in Britain, France, Belgium, or Italy. We like ExpressVPN, a hugely popular, reliable VPN that costs as little as $10 per month. All ExpressVPN plans have a 30-day money-back guarantee.


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2022 Tour de France Standings

Going into the 21st stage, standings at the 2022 Tour de France have become more concrete, with the leader likely to win the race on Sunday. Belgium’s Wout Van Aert currently holds a significant lead of 19 seconds over Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard, who follows in second. Behind them are Tadej Pogacar, Geraint Thomas, and Filippo Ganna, in that order.

For the full Tour de France 2022 standings, head to leTour.fr.

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