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Tour de France 2022: Day-by-day route and important stages, how to watch around the world



Tour de France 2022

The second Grand Tour of the 2022 men’s road cycling season, the 109th Tour de France, starts on Friday 1 July in Copenhagen, Denmark, and will end as expected in Paris on Sunday 24 July.

Tokyo 2020 medallists Tadej Pogacar, Primoz Roglic, and Wout van Aert title the race that will cover a sum of over 3,300km across 21 stages. There are five summit finishes, two-time trials, and six flat stages.

Slovenia’s Pogacar is hoping to guarantee the winner’s yellow jersey for the third continuous year, matching an accomplishment most as of late accomplished by four-time champion Chris Froome (2015, 2016, 2017).

Following a deferment from last year because of a schedule conflict with the Euro 2020 football tournament, Denmark will turn into the 10th country to host the Grand Depart. The 2022 course will likewise go into Belgium (Stage 6) and Switzerland (Stages 8 and 9), making it the initial time starting around 2017 that four unique countries feature in a similar edition.

Around 176 riders will partake, eight for every one of the 22 teams. That is one fewer team than in the 2021 edition.

The last day of the men’s Grand Boucle will overlap with the beginning of the historic eight-stage inaugural Tour de France Femmes, which replaces the La Course one-day women’s race.

Below you can find all that you want to be familiar with one of the world’s most grueling perseverance events this year.

Tour 2022 route and important stages

The 2022 Tour de France starts with a technical 13km time preliminary along the streets of Copenhagen that will suit the discipline’s specialists like twofold reigning world champion Filippo Ganna and double two-time medallist Van Aert.

After two further stages in Denmark, the race will continue in France on Tuesday 5 July and after a day in front of a stage, 5 cobbles will make their return interestingly beginning around 2018. Week one is highlighted by the summit finish on the Super Planche des Belles Filles, with the accompanying two stages foraying into Switzerland, remembering a completion at the Olympic Stadium for Lausanne.

During the second week, the peloton heads deeper into the Alps with two straight difficult mountain stages. In front of stage 11, the riders will climb the Col du Telegraphe and Col du Galibier (the most elevated place of the race at 2,642m) prior to completing the top of the Col du Granon; stage 12 on Bastille Day will be similarly testing and will feature a summit finish on the Alpe d’Huez for the first time in five years.

The Tour will then get across the Massif Central towards the Pyrenees with the last rest day in Carcassonne. Two more consecutive highest point wraps up in front of stage 17 (Peyragudes) and 18 (Hautacam) will offer the last opportunity for specialist climbers to make progress in the GC before a 40km time preliminary in front of stage 20.

The last stage finishing off with Paris will see sprinters lock horns for one final time on this edition along the Champs-Elysees.

Day-by-day route of 2022 Tour de France

Fri 1 July: Stage 1 – Copenhagen-Copenhagen (time trial, 13.2 km)

Sat 2 July: Stage 2 – Roskilde-Nyborg (202.5 km)

Sun 3 July: Stage 3 – Vejle-Sonderborg (182 km)

Mon 4 July: Transfer Day

Tue 5 July: Stage 4 – Dunkerque-Calais (171.5 km)

Wed 6 July: Stage 5 – Lille Metropole-Arenburg Porte du Hainaut (157 km)

Thu 7 July: Stage 6 – Binche-Longwhy (220km)

Fri 8 July: Stage 7 – Tomblaine-La Super Planche de Belle Filles (176.5 km)

Sat 9 July: Stage 8 – Dole-Lausanne (186.5km)

Sunday 10 July: Stage 9 – Aigle-Chatel les Portes du Soleil (193km)

Monday 11 July: Rest Day

Tuesday 12 July: Stage 10 – Morzine Les Portes du Soleil-Megeve (148.5km)

Wednesday 13 July: Stage 11 – Albertville-Col du Granon Serre Chevalier (152km)

Thursday 14 July: Stage 12 – Briancon-Alpe d’Huez (165.5km)

Friday 15 July: Stage 13 – Le Bourg d’Oisans-Saint Etienne (193km)

Saturday 16 July: Stage 14 – Saint Etienne-Mende (192.5km)

Sunday 17 July: Stage 15 – Rodez-Carcassonne (202.5km)

Monday 18 July: Rest Day

Tuesday 19 July: Stage 16 – Carcassonne-Foix (178,5km)

Wednesday 20 July: Stage 17 – Saint-Gaudens-Peyragudes (130km)

Thursday 21 July: Stage 18 – Lourdes-Hautacam (143.5km)

Friday 22 July: Stage 19 – Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors (188.5km)

Saturday 23 July: Stage 20 – Lacapelle-Marival – Rocamadour (time trial, 40.7km)

Sunday 24 July: Stage 21 – Paris La Defence Arena – Paris Champs Elysees (116km)

How to watch the 2022 Tour de France

The race will be shown live in 190 countries and here is a list of the official broadcast partners across different territories.


  • Belgium – RTBF
  • Czech Republic – Ceska Televise
  • Europe – Eurosport
  • France – France TV Sport and Eurosport France
  • Germany – ARD
  • Italy – RAI Sport
  • Ireland – TG4
  • Luxembourg – RTL
  • The Netherlands – NOS
  • Norway – TV2
  • Portugal – RTP
  • Slovakia – RTVS
  • Slovenia – TRV SLO
  • Spain – RTVE
  • Switzerland – SRG SSR
  • The United Kingdom – ITV
  • Wales – S4C


  • Canada – Flobikes
  • Columbia – Caracol TV
  • Latin America and Caribbean – ESPN
  • South America – TV5 Monde
  • The United States of America – NBC Sports and TV5 Monde

Asia Pacific

  • Australia – SBS
  • China – CCTV and Zhibo TV
  • Japan – J Sports
  • New Zealand – Sky Sports
  • Southeast Asia – Eurosport and GCN

Middle East and Africa

  • The Middle East and North Africa – BeIN Sports and TV5 Monde
  • Sub-Saharan Africa – Supersport and TV5 Monde
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