FDJ - Major partner
The FDJ® Group, a key player of French sport that has already sponsored a men's cycling team for almost 25 years, is proud to continue supporting elite women's cycling as well. In 2017, it started sponsoring the FDJ® Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope women's cycling team, and it has since stepped up its involvement to net the team a UCI WorldTour licence for 2020. The team will take part in La Course by Tour de France. FDJ® has been a major sponsor of this race since 2016. FDJ® has also become a partner of the first ever Women's Paris–Roubaix, held in 2021. As part of its commitment to promoting and encouraging sport among women through its Sport pour Elles programme, FDJ® supports the French Cycling Federation in its endeavour to foster amateur cycling among women.
NTT - Official partner
NTT believes that a connected race is a more exciting race As Official Technology partner of Amaury Sport Organisation, NTT shapes the future of fan engagement, delivers deeper data insights through intelligent technology, and transforms the business of pro cycling through innovation and partnership. A new generation of fans and followers of the race get a closer view of the action through live rider tracking, television graphics, and predictive data on social media and mobile screens around the world. Intelligent technology and data hold the key to transforming your business. Together we do great things.
TISSOT - Official partner and official timekeeper
The plus sign in the Swiss Flag within the Tissot logo symbolises the Swiss quality and reliability Tissot has shown since 1853. The watches, sold all over the world, enable Tissot to be the leader in the traditional Swiss watch industry, exporting more than 4 million watches every year. Tissot stands by its signature, Innovators by Tradition. The high quality of the brand with every component is recognised worldwide. Tissot has been named Official Timekeeper and Partner of many global events such as basketball with the NBA and FIBA; cycling with the Tour de France, La Vuelta, The Giro D’Italia and the UCI World Cycling Championships; motorsports with MotoGPTM and the FIM World Superbike Championship and more.