How to see the Vuelta 2019 on TV and live streaming

Of the three great stage races is the least followed by the general public, but no less spectacular. We are talking about the Vuelta a España, the third major Giro that is organized between the end of August and mid-September. The 2019 Vuelta starts on August 24 with the team time trial Salinas de Torrevieja-Torrevieja and ends with the final catwalk on September 15 in Madrid.

At the 74th edition of the Vuelta a España will miss many big names, who preferred to rest in view of the 2019 World Cycling Championships. Egan Bernal will not be there: the winner of the 2019 Tour de France preferred to take a rest. The same goes for Geraint Thomas, Froome (injured until the end of the season) Vincenzo Nibali (who, in addition to the French stage race, also raced the Giro d'Italia), Peter Sagan and Simon Yates, who will not defend the title he won last year. Ma non mancheranno le stelle, soprattutto sudamericane. Hanno confermato la loro partecipazione alla Vuelta 2019 Richard Carapaz, vincitore del Giro d’Italia 2019, Nairo Quintana che deve riscattare un Tour de France anonimo, Miguel Angel Lopez, Estaban Chaves e Rigoberto Uran. Rivedremo anche Primoz Roglix, lo sloveno che per due settimane ha dominato l’ultimo Giro d’Italia. Sarà uno dei favoriti, anche se il percorso è molto duro per le sue caratteristiche.

Gli appassionati di ciclismo potranno vedere la Vuelta 2019 su Sky, DAZN ed Eurosport. I diritti televisivi sono stati acquistati da Eurosport i cui canali sono disponibili sia sull’emittente satellitare, sia sulla piattaforma on demand di DAZN. La Vuelta 2019 può essere vista anche in streaming su Eurosport Player e DAZN.

Vuelta 2019: le tappe

sabato 24 agosto: 1a tappa, Salinas de Torrevieja-Torrevieja, 18 km (cronometro a squadre)
domenica 25 agosto: 2a tappa, Benidorm-Calpe, 193 km
lunedì 26 agosto: 3a tappa, Ibi-Alicante, 186 km
martedì 27 agosto: 4a tappa, Cullera-El Puig, 177 km
mercoledì 28 agosto: 5a tappa, L’Eliana-Observatorio de Javalambre, 165.6 km
giovedì 29 agosto: 6a tappa, Mora de Rubielos-Ares del Maestrat, 196.6 km
venerdì 30 agosto: 7a tappa, Onda-Mas de la Costa, 182.4 km
sabato 31 agosto: 8a tappa, Valls-Igualada, 168 km
domenica 1 settembre: 9a tappa, Andorra la Vella-Cortals d’Encamp, 96.6 km

lunedì 2 settembre: giorno di riposo

martedì 3 settembre: 10a tappa, Jurançon-Pau, 36.1 km (cronometro individuale)
mercoledì 4 settembre: 11a tappa, Saint Palais-Urdax, 169 km
giovedì 5 settembre: 12a tappa, Los Arcos-Bilbao, 175 km
venerdì 6 settembre: 13a tappa, Bilbao-Los Machucos, 167.3 km
sabato 7 settembre: 14a tappa, San Vicente de la Barquera-Oviedo, 189 km
domenica 8 settembre: 15a tappa, Tineo-Santuario del Acebo, 159 km
lunedì 9 settembre: 16a tappa, Pravia-Alto de la Cubilla, 155 km

martedì 10 settembre: giorno di riposo

mercoledì 11 settembre: 17a tappa, Aranda-Guadalajara, 199.7 km
giovedì 12 settembre: 18a tappa, Colmenar Viejo-Becerril de la Sierra, 180.9 km
venerdì 13 settembre: 19a tappa, Ávila-Toledo, 163.4 km
sabato 14 settembre: 20a tappa, Arenas de San Pedro-Plataforma de Gredos, 189 km
domenica 15 settembre: 21a tappa, Fuenlabrada-Madrid, 105.6 km

Vuelta 2019: i favoriti

Sarà una Vuelta 2019 molto sudamericana. I principali favoriti per la vittoria finale arrivano tutti dalla Colombia e dall’Ecuador: Nairo Quintana, Richard Carapaz, Miguel Angel Lopez ed Esteban Chaves. Great expectations also for Primoz Roglic, who after having put on a show at the Giro d'Italia for two weeks, finally wants to win a big stage race. And he will be able to rely on his teammate Steven Kruijswijk, third at the last Tour de France. Team Ineos brings an experimental squad to the 2019 Vuelta: no big names, but cyclists ready to attack and take advantage of the opportunities the race will offer.

And the Italians? Hopes are pinned on Fabio Aru. The Sardinian cyclist, after the injury suffered this winter and the return made at the Tour de France, has focused on the Vuelta. The goal is not to win the general classification, but to find good feelings after complicated years in order to come back to the top next year. There will also be Davide Formolo, fresh winner of the Italian championship: goal stage win and placement in the top 10.

Where to see the Vuelta 2019 on TV on Sky

Cycling fans can watch the Vuelta 2019 on Eurosport channels, present in the bouquet of the satellite broadcaster. All the stages of the Vuelta will be broadcast live on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 from 2 p.m. The commentary is entrusted to the duo Gregorio - Magrini

How to watch the Vuelta 2019 on TV with DAZN

One of the novelties of the summer is the presence of the channels Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 also on DAZN. To see the Eurosport channels you just need to subscribe monthly to the platform. To follow the Vuelta on DAZN you need to install the application of the on-demand service on your smart TV and enter your credentials. DAZN now supports most smart TVs.

How to stream the Vuelta 2019 on Eurosport Player

To not miss a single minute of the Vuelta 2019 you have to follow the stages in streaming on Eurosport Player. The broadcaster dedicated to sports has purchased the exclusive rights to the stage race and will broadcast on its on-demand service the 21 stages from start to finish. To watch the Vuelta 2019 in streaming you need to be subscribed to Eurosport Player (monthly or annual subscription) and use one of the supported devices (smartphones, tablets and computers).

Once logged in, to follow the Vuelta 2019 in streaming you need to press in HP on the "All sports" item and then on Cycling. A new page will open with all the daily appointments with the stage race: press on the banner dedicated to live and the streaming of the.

How to follow the Vuelta 2019 streaming on DAZN

Also on Netflix it will be possible to see the Vuelta 2019 streaming. Doing so is very simple: just log into your personal account and launch the live stream of the Eurosport channel directly from the homepage. Usually the live broadcast of the Spanish race starts at 14:00.