TV Guide - Where and When to watch Giro d'Italia 2023

The 2023 Giro d'Italia route has finally been announced! The race will feature several very tough high-mountain stages, aswell as a lot of time-trialing kilometers which will make for a very balanced race throughout three weeks from the 6th to the 28th of May. Here's where and when to watch it.

You will be able to follow the race within the traditional channels, online via the GCN+, Discovery+ and Eurosport Player subscriptions. This also includes Eurosport on TV.

Italy - Rai

Denmark - Kanal 5

Hungary - M4

Ireland - Virgin

San Marino - Rai

Spain - EITB

Swiss - SRG SSR

Vatican - Rai

Wales - S4C

USA - BeIN Sport

South America & Caribbean - DirecTV

China - Zhibot.TV

Japan - J Sports

Australia - SBS

New Zealand - SKY Sport NZ

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Estimated start and finish times for Giro d'Italia:

Stage 1: 13:50-17:10CET

Stage 2: 12:20-17:15CET

Stage 3: 11:45-17:15CET

Stage 4: 12:30-17:15CET

Stage 5: 12:40-17:15CET

Stage 6: 12:55-17:15CET

Stage 7: 11:15-17:15CET

Stage 8: 11:50-17:15CET

Stage 9: 13:10-17:10CET

Stage 10: 12:05-17:15CET

Stage 11: 11:25-17:15CET

Stage 12: 12:30-17:15CET

Stage 13: 11:00-17:15CET

Stage 14: 12:05-17:15CET

Stage 15: 11:45-17:15CET

Stage 16: 10:50-17:15CET

Stage 17: 12:50-17:15CET

Stage 18: 12:20-17:15CET

Stage 19: 11:35-17:15CET

Stage 20: 11:30-18:30CET

Stage 21: 15:25-18:45CET

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