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How to watch and live stream Milan-San Remo 2021

Joe Robinson
19 Mar 2021

A guide to watching the first Monument of the season, Milan-San Remo

Milan-San Remo is the first Monument of the season and called 'La Classica Primavera' (The Spring Classic) due to its early positioning in the cycling calendar.

This year's edition will be 112th, be 299km in length and take place on Saturday 20th March, returning to its usual spring date after the 2020 edition was postponed to August due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Last year's edition was won by Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) who took the first Monument victory of his career after outsprinting defending champion Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on the Via Roma. Australian Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) finished third.

There is also a stacked peloton of contenders set to take the line. Of note include the superhuman Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix), defending champion Van Aert, 2019 winner Alaphilippe, the man looking for his fifth and final Monument, Philippe Gilbert (Lotto-Soudal) and electric sprint trio Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Soudal), Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates) and Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-QuickStep).

How to watch and live stream Milan-San Remo 2021

As usual, Milan-San Remo will be shown live on UK television by Eurosport while also being available on several online player services, including Eurosport Player and GCN+.

Eurosport will come as standard on most digital television services however you can sign up to its online player service if you want extended coverage and the ability to watch on your phone, tablet or laptop.

The Eurosport Player App costs £39.99 per annum or £6.99 per month gaining you full access to all the cycling as well as biathlon, snooker, ski jumping and all the other random sports it has live TV rights for.

Alternatively, you can invest in the GCN+ app. While only available on a phone and via Chromecast on television, it does offer race analysis, commentary options, feature-length documentaries and extended live coverage. The GCN Race Pass costs £39.99 per year but is currently being offered for £19.99 on an early bird deal.

The only issue with GCN+ Race Pass is that it doesn't show any cross-country skiing.

Milan-San Remo 2021: Live TV Guide

All times are subject to change by the broadcasters

Saturday, 20th March: Eurosport 1, 1145-1615  
Saturday, 20th March: Eurosport Player, 0830-1630 (commentary starts around 1145 on a separate stream)  
Saturday, 20th March: GCN+, 0810-1700