Van den Broeck was fourth on GC last year for the second time in his career and will aim for a podium finish after those near misses.
In the mountains he will be assisted by Bart De Clercq, who makes his debut.
German sprinter Greipel won three stages in 2012 and will be Mark Cavendish’s big rival in bunch finishes.
Lars Bak, Adam Hansen, Greg Henderson, Jurgen Roelandts, Marcel Sieberg, who all were in the 2012 team, return and Frederik Willems completes the line-up.
Van den Broeck blamed illness for his poor performances in the fourth and fifth stages of the Critérium du Dauphine and manager Marc Sergeant said his morale has not been affected.
“Jurgen Van den Broeck has only made some small changes to his Tour preparation, it was a meticulous preparation just like the previous years,” he said.
“We know the cause of the two difficult days in the Dauphiné, but I think it was clear immediately that this hasn’t affected his focus. It’s still his ultimate goal to make a bid for the Tour podium.”