After a day of time trialling spread the field even further, the 2019 Tour de France heads back to the Pyrenees for more hard climbs and exhilarating descents. To see the sights and the cycling from just about anywhere on Earth, be sure to follow our Tour de France live stream guide for Stage 15.
Tour de France Stage 14 – where and when
Stage 14 of the 2019 Tour de France sees the riders travel fromLimoux to Foix Prat d’Albis. The official stage length is 185km.
It’s set to take place on Saturday, July 20 with the first riders getting started at 12.05pm local time (so that’s 11.05am BST, 6am ET, 3am PT).
The 2019 Tour riders will have to do battle with both each other and the vertiginous landscape of the Pyrenees. And the climbs don’t come much harder than this one.
Reigning champion Geraint Thomas has really started making a move in recent stages in what’s looking like a spirited defence of his title. He and Colombian Egan Bernal – also of Team Ineos – are now loitering well within range of the top spots, while French native Julian Alaphilippe still retains the yellow jersey…for now.
To make sure that you don’t miss a single minute of the action, keep reading our guide. We’ll tell you all the best (and FREE) ways to watch Stage 15 with Tour de France live stream options no matter where you are today.
Live stream Tour de France Stage 15 from outside your country
We have details of all the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand broadcasters further down this guide. Good news in the UK and Australia where it’s on free-to-air TV.
If you’re obsessed by watching Le Tour and refuse to miss a stage – even when you’re away on business or on holiday – then you’ll be disappointed to see your domestic coverage geo-blocked when you try to stream online from abroad. That’s where utilising a VPN (Virtual Private Network ) really helps. It let’s you virtually change the ISP of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that’s back in your home country. Thus letting you watch as if you were back there.
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How to live stream Tour de France Stage 15 FREE in the UK
Today’s coverage begins at 10.30am BST with the stage itself kicking off shortly afterwards.
Want to watch this stage but out of the UK? You can use a VPN to relocate your ISP to a server in the UK and watch as if you were back at home.
How to watch Stage 15 of Le Tour in the US
NBC Sports is the official broadcaster for the Tour de France 2019 in the US. You’ll need to sign-up if you’re not already receiving this channel.
For the most extensive coverage NBC has to offer, you can subscribe to NBC Sports Gold, which is offering a Cycling Pass for $54.99, delivering live, on-demand and commercial free coverage of the Tour.
If you’re not interested in cable but still want to watch then there are plenty more TV streaming services available to watch on. Here’s a selection of the best, most of which also have a free trial:
– Discover our pick of all the US’s best sports streaming sites
Live stream Tour de France stage 15 in Australia for FREE
Getting a Tour de France live stream Down Under is absolutely free thanks to SBS and its apps.
Of course watching this stage as it happens depends on whether you’re prepared to stay awake for it – SBS coverage starts at 9.30pm AEST.
If you happen to be outside outside Australia as it happens but still want to catch that SBS broadcast, using a VPN will let you watch as if you were back at home.
Stream Tour de France 2019 Stage 15 live in Canada
Sportsnet – the specialist subscription sports station – will be showing this and every stage of Le Tour. If you don’t already have access, you can sign up to Sportsnet NOW for a live HD stream on your computer or mobile device. You can go for a 7-day pass for $9.99 or $19.99 for a month that will sort you for every single stage. For French-speaking coverage in Canada, viewers will need to tune into RDS Sports.
However, if you want to watch while away from Canada, your best bet is to use a VPN and access the coverage.
How to watch Tour de France 2019 in New Zealand
Sky Sports will be showing this stage of the Tour de France – sorry, there’s no free ways to watch in New Zealand annoyingly. But that won’t bother you if you’re obsessed by Le Tour – and neither will the unsociable coverage times.