The final Grand Tour of the 2019 season, the Vuelta a España, is about to get underway, and you won’t want to miss a single moment of the action as riders who have been denied success in the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia have one final shot at glory.
It’s another stacked field for the Spanish Grand Tour, despite a no-go for Tour de France runner-up Geraint Thomas (Team Ineos). The Tour’s third place finisher, Steven Kruijswijk (Jumbo-Visma) is on the provisional start list with teammate George Bennett a possible contender. Rigoberto Urán (EF Education First), the Giro’s best young rider Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) and 2017’s fourth place overall finisher Wilco Kelderman (Sunweb) can all be considered favourites.
Cyclingnews will have full live reports, with news and photos from inside of the race as it happens, along with extensive reporting on the stage and its players throughout the three-week race. We’re also your go-to place for results, photos and highlights once the stage is done.
While you follow our text-based live coverage, you can also keep an eye on the action with live streaming video from just about anywhere even if you don’t live in a broadcast zone. Here are some suggested places to watch the live streaming from your computer, phone, tablet or other internet-connected device.
How to watch the Vuelta a Espana live stream: UK
The Vuelta a España is being broadcast in the UK on Eurosport, which can be found in basic Sky TV packages. With a Eurosport Player monthly or annual pass, you can access the live stream from just about any internet-connected device. You can try it out for free.
Amazon Prime customers can sign up for the Eurosport Player through Amazon Channels for £6.99 per month.
How to watch the Vuelta a España live stream: Australia live stream
Australians can watch the 2019 Vuelta a España on SBS On Demand, SBS Cycling Central or Eurosport.
How to watch the Vuelta a España live stream: North America
The 2019 Vuelta a España is being shown live online daily online streaming at Fubo.TV. Fubo.tv has a broad sports offering with dozens of different networks in a package that costs $19.99 to try for a month, then $44.99 per month beyond that. To view the Vuelta, you need to also purchase the International Sports package for $11.99 per month for US customers to be able to access the races.
in the US the race will also be streaming on the NBC Sports Gold app and web page with the ‘cycling pass’ ($54.99/year). The race is also being broadcast live daily on NBC Sports Network, which is available on most local cable and satellite packages.
In Canada, the race live stream will be available on Flobikes.com for $150 annually or $30 on a month-to-month basis, and offers races you can’t get on Fubo.tv, such as cyclo-cross races, special interest videos, interviews and more.
How to live stream the Vuelta a España from outside of your country
If you live outside a broadcast zone or are on holiday outside your country and find that the live streams to be geo-restricted, you can get around this by getting access to them by simulating being back in your home country via a ‘virtual private network’, or VPN, for your laptop, tablet or mobile.
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2019 Vuelta a España stages
|Stage 1||24-Aug-19||Salinas de Torrevieja – Torrevieja (TTT)||24 km||18:56||20:30||TTT|
|Stage 2||25-Aug-19||Benidorm – Calpe||193 km||12:20||17:35||Hilly|
|Stage 3||26-Aug-19||Ibi – Alicante||186 km||12:53||17:35||Flat|
|Stage 4||27-Aug-19||Cullera – El Puig||177 km||13:19||17:35||Flat|
|Stage 5||28-Aug-19||L’Eliana – Alto de Javalembre||165 km||12:51||17:35||Hilly|
|Stage 6||29-Aug-19||Mora del Rubielos – Ares del Maestart||196.6 km||12:04||17:35||Hilly|
|Stage 7||30-Aug-19||Onda – Mas de la Costa||182 km||12:30||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 8||31-Aug-19||Valls – Igualada||168 km||13:12||17:35||Hilly|
|Stage 9||1-Sep-19||Andorra la Vella – Cortals d’Encamp||96.8 km||14:54||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 10||3-Sep-19||Jurancon – Pau (ITT)||36.1 km||13:37||17:35||ITT|
|Stage 11||4-Sep-19||Saint-Palais – Urdax||169 km||12:51||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 12||5-Sep-19||Circuito de Navarra – Bilboa||175 km||13:12||17:35||Mountain|
|stage 13||6-Sep-19||Bilboa – Los Machucos||168 km||12:58||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 14||7-Sep-19||San Vincente de la barquera – Oviedo||189 km||12:46||17:35||Flat|
|Stage 15||8-Sep-19||Tineo – Alto del Acebo||159 km||13:18||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 16||9-Sep-19||Pravia – Alto de la Cubilla||155 km||13:28||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 17||11-Sep-19||Aranda del Duero – Guadalajara||199.7 km||11:49||17:35||Flat|
|Stage 18||12-Sep-19||Colmenar Viejo – Beceril de la Sierra||180.9 km||12:40||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 19||13-Sep-19||Ávila – Toledo||163.4 km||13:34||17:35||Flat|
|Stage 20||14-Sep-19||Arenas de San Pedro – Plataforma de Gredos||189 km||12:11||17:35||Mountain|
|Stage 21||15-Sep-19||Fuenlabrada – Madrid||105 km||17:10||19:58||Flat|