Milano-Sanremo by NamedSport will be shown in 163 countries. In total, 19 different networks will cover the Primavera, 13 of them live.The host broadcaster, Rai, will broadcast the race live.
Eurosport 1 will show Milano-Sanremo by NamedSport live across continental Europe, with commentary in 19 languages. Also providing live coverage in Europe are NOS in the Netherlands, Teledeporte in Spain, SRG SSR in Switzerland (RSI in Italian, RTS in French and SRF in German). In Belgium VRT and RTBF will broadcast the race live (in Flemish and French, respectively), in Norway on Max.
Also providing live coverage in Europe is beIN Sports, who will broadcast the race in France. The latter also holds the rights in the United States and for 23 territories in the Middle East and North Africa. Supersport will show race highlights in Sub-Saharan Africa.
In the Americas, Milano Sanremo by Namedsport will be shown in Canada on French-speaking RDS, in Mexico on TDN, in Brazil on ESPN Brasil and in the other South American Spanish-speaking territories on ESPN Sur.
In Asia, the race will be shown live by Eurosport Asia-Pacific. Japan is served by J Sports. The key phases of the race will be shown in China on LETV, Thailand on True Visions and Vietnam on FPT Telecom.
The Primavera will be broadcast down under too, thanks to the highlights on Sky Sports New Zealand and the double coverage in Australia: live on SBS, highlights on Fox-Aus.
SNTV – Sports News Television will distributes images of the race worldwide and, thanks to Sport24, highlights will be distributed all over the world on the SNTV – Sports News Television platform and, thanks to Sport24, will be visible on aeroplanes and cruises.