The 2019 Vuelta a España otherwise known as the Tour of Spain is fast approaching and the world’s top cyclists will convene to compete in a grueling 21 stage race, across 23 days that covers a total of 3,272.2 kilometres as they journey towards the Spanish capital. Each hoping to wear the honored red jersey.
Having been founded in 1935, this year will also mark the 74th edition of the race with the prestigious ‘Grand Depart’ starting off in Costa Blanca, Spain.
The race starts from 24 August — 15 September, with the individual time trials on the 24th of August and 3rd of September respectively. Live coverage will be available through most local providers worldwide with some offering free access for the race. Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
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Past Years Results
2018 – Simon Yates (GBR) from Mitchelton–Scott 2017 – Chris Froome (GBR) from Team Sky 2016 – Nairo Quintana (COL) from Movistar Team 2015 – Fabio Aru (ITA) from Team Astana 2014 – Alberto Contador (ESP) from Tinkoff–Saxo
2019 Vuelta a España Full Route & Schedule
Time Trials: 24 August & 3 September The Race: 25 August – 15 September Live Stream: Starting on 24 August (Saturday) at 1630GMT.
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STAGE 1: 24 August (Saturday) – Team Time Trial
18 km: Salinas de Torrevieja –> Torrevieja
STAGE 2: 25 August (Sunday) – Hilly
193 km: Benidorm –> Calpe
STAGE 3: 26 August (Monday) – Hilly
186 km: Ibi –> Alacant
STAGE 4: 27 August (Tuesday) – Flat
177 km: Cullera –> El Puig
STAGE 5: 28 August (Wednesday) – Mountain
165.5 km: L’Eliana –> Observatorio Astrofísico de Javalambre
STAGE 6: 29 August (Thursday) – Mountain
196.6 km: Mora de Rubielos –> Ares del Maestrat
STAGE 7: 30 August (Friday) – Mountain
182.4 km: Onda –> Mas de la Costa
STAGE 8: 31 August (Saturday) – Flat
168 km: Valls –> Igualada
STAGE 9: 1 September (Sunday) – Mountain
96.6 km: Andorra la Vella (Andorra) –> Encamp (Andorra)
2 September (Monday) – Rest Day (Andorra)
STAGE 10: 3 September (Tuesday) – Individual Time Trial
36.1 km: Jurançon (France) –> Pau (France)
STAGE 11: 4 September (Wednesday) – Intermediate
169 km: Saint-Palais (France) –> Urdax
STAGE 12: 5 September (Thursday) – Hilly
175 km: Circuito de Navarra –> Bilbao
STAGE 13: 6 September (Friday) – Mountain
167.3 km: Bilbao –> Los Machucos
STAGE 14: 7 September (Saturday) – Flat
189 km: San Vicente de la Barquera –> Oviedo
STAGE 15: 8 September (Sunday) – Mountain
159 km: Tineo –> El Acebo
STAGE 16: 9 September (Monday) – Mountain
155 km: Pravia –> La Cubilla
10 September (Tuesday) – Rest Day (León)
STAGE 17: 11 September (Tuesday) – Flat
199.7 km: Aranda de Duero –> Guadalajara
STAGE 18: 12 September (Wednesday) – Mountain
180.9 km: Colmenar Viejo –> Becerril de la Sierra
STAGE 19: 13 September (Thursday) – Flat
163.4 km: Ávila –> Toledo
STAGE 20: 14 September (Friday) – Mountain
189 km: Arenas de San Pedro –> Plataforma de Gredos
If you’re not currently in the U.S, Australia, South East Asia, Spain or any other European countries offering the Vuelta a España race, then you’ll need to connect to a VPN first before attempting to stream.
Eurosport will be providing full live coverage of the Vuelta a España. You’ll need a Eurosport subscription to access them. Commentary: English Availability: Europe and South East Asia only – Connect to the European (UK, Spain, France, etc.) or South East Asian (Malaysia, Singapore, etc.) VPN servers first before starting the stream!
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the race!
Tip: Vuelta a España will be airing live from 24 August 2019 on Eurosport 1. Tip: In Asia, Eurosport will be streaming live to local providers such as Astro Ch814 (Malaysia) and Singtel TV Ch112 (Singapore). Eurosport’s Vuelta a España programme
Live Stream 2019 Vuelta a España on NBC Sports
NBC Sports will be providing full live coverage of the Vuelta a España. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Commentary: English Availability: US only – Connect to the US VPN servers first before starting the stream!
SBS will be providing full live coverage for free of the entire Vuelta a España race. Whilst SBS doesn’t charge for their free content, you’ll still need a free SBS account to access them. Commentary: English Availability: Australia only – Connect to the Australia VPN servers first before starting the stream!