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Giro d'Italia on TV and Stream

Taking in more than 2,000 gruelling miles, the 2024 Giro d'Italia promises to be a more testing race than ever. This tough race will start in Piemonte on the 4th of May and see bikes and riders pedal their way to Torino to complete the first stage.

From there, there will be 20 more stages in the Italian grand tour. Riders are faced with an elevation gain of 42,900 metres, as well as some gripping summit finishes.

One of these takes place in the final week, where riders will have to tackle the infamous Passo Brocon. By the 26th of May, all teams will be hoping to ride over the finish line in Rome.

For a full cycling schedule, check out our comprehensive schedule of live events and never miss any action with our detailed Cycling on TV guide, offering real-time updates and listings of all cycling events broadcasted on TV and Stream.

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Giro d'Italia on TV Today

Want to watch the action unfold? Below are the subscriptions, TV channels, and other services that will be showing highlights as well as full live streams from Italy.

  • Eurosport - live Giro d'Italia TV coverage UK
  • Discovery+ - official Giro d'Italia 2024 live stream
  • VPN Express - a useful tool for Giro d'Italia streaming from abroad

Giro d'Italia Schedule 2024

Date Round Route Channel/Stream
04/05/24 1 Venaria Reale - Turin Eurosport/Discovery+
05/05/24 2 San Francesco al Campo - Biella Eurosport/Discovery+
06/05/24 3 Novara - Fossano Eurosport/Discovery+
07/05/24 4 Acqui Terme - Andora Eurosport/Discovery+
08/05/24 5 Genoa - Lucca Eurosport/Discovery+
09/05/24 6 Viareggio – Rapolano Terme Eurosport/Discovery+
10/05/24 7 Foligno - Perugia Eurosport/Discovery+
11/05/24 8 Spoleto – Tivo Meadows Eurosport/Discovery+
12/05/24 9 Avezzano - Naples Eurosport/Discovery+
14/05/24 10 Pompeii – Cusano Mutri Eurosport/Discovery+
15/05/24 11 Foiano di Val Fortore – Francavilla al Mare Eurosport/Discovery+
16/05/24 12 Martinsicuro - Fano Eurosport/Discovery+
17/05/24 13 Riccione – One Hundred Eurosport/Discovery+
18/05/24 14 Castiglione delle Stiviere - Desenzano del Garda Eurosport/Discovery+
19/05/24 15 Manerba del Garda - Livigno Eurosport/Discovery+
21/05/24 16 Livigno – Santa Cristina Valgardena Eurosport/Discovery+
22/05/24 17 Selva di Val Gardena – Brocon Pass Eurosport/Discovery+
23/05/24 18 Primeiro Fair - Padua Eurosport/Discovery+
24/05/24 19 Mortegliano - Sappada Eurosport/Discovery+
25/05/24 20 Alpago – Bassano del Grappa Eurosport/Discovery+
26/05/24 21 Rome – Rome Eurosport/Discovery+

What TV Channels Broadcast Giro d'Italia on TV in the UK?

For 2024, the only official Giro d'Italia TV broadcasters are Eurosport and Discovery+. Below we'll briefly outline where to find these channels and give an update on some of the channels that have previously shown Giro d'Italia live streams and highlights.

  • Eurosport - Sky channels 412 and 413, and Virgin Media channels 521 and 522.
  • Discovery+ - Via Discovery+ app, on Sky+, or Amazon Prime.

GCN ceased operations on 19th December 2023, so will not be showing footage of the final grand tour.

ITV has shown highlights and even live streams of the race in the past, but has not announced that it will be doing so this year.

SCS showed Giro d'Italia TV coverage for all stages of the 2023 race. However, it does not appear to be broadcasting coverage this year.

How to Watch Giro d'Italia on TV 2024?

Watching the Giro d'Italia on TV is easy, as long as you have either a Discovery+ subscription or Sky/Virgin Media TV with a Eurosport subscription. If you do, just follow the steps below to access the official coverage of the Giro d'Italia.

  • Head to Sky channel 412 or 413, or Virgin Media channel 521 or 522.
  • If any stage of the race is underway, other than a rest day, then you'll be able to tune in live.
  • If you'd like to access the coverage via Discovery+ then sign in via the app on your TV.

Giro d'Italia TV Coverage UK

This year, ITV and Welsh channel SCS have not announced that they will be showing footage of the race. You'll need to use the following channels to catch the Giro d'Italia live stream.

  • Eurosport
  • Discovery+

Giro d'Italia Live Stream 2024

You can choose to watch a live stream of the Giro d'Italia by signing up for a Discovery+ subscription. This is the official broadcaster for every stage of this famous bike riding race and costs £6.99 per month.

Available Streaming Platforms in UK

  • Discovery+ - £6.99 per month, compatible with Amazon Prime and Sky Q
  • Express VPN - £5.36 per month, allows you to use a VPN to stream coverage from sites in other countries

How to Stream Giro d'Italia

The best way to stream the Giro d'Italia is via the Discovery+ app. Below are instructions on how to join and accessing the live streams.

  • Head to the Discovery+ website.
  • Create an account via the 'Sign Up' button, or click 'Sign In' if you already have one.
  • Complete all the necessary information and you're ready to access live footage.
  • You can access the official live stream of the Giro d'Italia direct on the site.
  • If you'd like to watch via your TV, just download the Discovery+ app via SkyQ or Amazon Prime.

History Giro d'Italia

The famous Italian bike race has been held since 1909 and is now considered one leg of the Triple Crown of bike racing. During its many years, the route has changed to include various different stages.

There are usually several stages that involve a steep climb, often a downhill section, and at some point most iterations cross the Dolomites. The final week often culminates in an uphill climb to the finish line.

Despite riders from all over the world entering in the race's early years. It was a long wait until 1950 for the race to be won by anyone other than an Italian rider. Hugo Koblet was the first to manage it, and later Irish rider Stephen Roche won the race on the way to winning the Triple Crown of Cycling.

In the present day, the tour remains as competitive as ever. In 2023, stage 18 brought testing climbs and summit finishes, allowing Welsh rider Geraint Thomas to fall behind. However, this year, it starts with a descent, which might play into his hands.

The entrance into the final weekend (stage 20) will be much more testing, taking the riders a distance of 181 kilometres from Alpago to Bassano del Grappa.

Whoever you're choosing to support, be sure to tune in on the final weekend to cheer them home to Rome. It's hard to know whether to expect the pink jersey to head past the line first, or any of the other riders in this testing race!

One thing is for sure though, that final Saturday is going to be a stage that separates the pack.


What tv channel is Giro d'Italia on?

For 2024, Eurosport is the only TV channel that is providing live coverage of Giro d'Italia.

When is the Giro d'Italia 2024?

The 2024 edition of the Giro d'Italia runs from the 4th of May until the 26th of May.

Can I stream Giro d'Italia on my mobile?

Yes, it's possible to stream the Giro d'Italia on your mobile using the Discovery+ app. Download the app and then log in just like you would when watching online or on your TV.

Can I stream Giro D'italia online?

Yes, it's possible to stream the Giro d'Italia online via Discovery+.

How to watch Giro d'Italia?

You can watch the Giro d'Italia on your TV on the Eurosport channel, or you can stream the Giro d'Italia via Discovery+.

Is the Giro d'Italia on uk tv?

Yes, the Giro d'Italia is on UK TV but only via Eurosport. You can find Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 on Sky channels 412 and 413, and Virgin Media channels 521 and 522.

Where to watch Giro d'Italia 2024?

The best way to watch the official coverage of the Giro d'Italia 2024 is via Eurosport or Discovery+. These are the only official broadcasters of the Giro d'Italia in the UK.

Who won Giro d'Italia 2023?

Primož Roglič of Slovenia passed over the finish line in first place back in 2023.

How many stages in the Giro d'Italia?

There are 21 stages in the Giro d'Italia, with stage 21 finishing in Rome.