Tuesday, March 26, 2024

IPL Winners Teams List from 2008 to 2024

The TATA Indian Premier League (IPL), organized by the BCCI, stands as the pinnacle of cricket leagues worldwide. This illustrious competition commenced 17 years ago as a visionary endeavor and has since evolved into the preeminent Twenty-20 cricket tournament globally. Its inception in 2008 coincided with India's triumphant victory in the inaugural World T-20, amplifying the league's significance. Now in its 17th season, TATA IPL 2024 commenced with a captivating clash between defending champions and five-time titlists, CSK, and RBC on March 22, 2024. Below, we present a comprehensive list of IPL winners spanning from 2008 to 2024.

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List of IPL champions from 2008 to 2024

Below, you'll find a comprehensive table showcasing the IPL champions, runners-up, venues, number of participating teams, players of the match, and players of the series. Notably, the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI) share the distinction of being the most successful IPL teams, each clinching the title five times.

Year | IPL Winner Team
2008 | Rajasthan Royals
2009 | Deccan Chargers
2010 | Chennai Super Kings
2011 | Chennai Super Kings
2012 | Kolkata Knight Riders
2013 | Mumbai Indians
2014 | Kolkata Knight Riders
2015 | Mumbai Indians
2016 | Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 | Mumbai Indians
2018 | Chennai Super Kings
2019 | Mumbai Indians
2020 | Mumbai Indians
2021 | Chennai Super Kings
2022 | Gujarat Titans
2023 | Chennai Super Kings
2024 | [Upcoming]

IPL Champions, Runners-up, Total Teams



Winner - Upcoming

Runner-Up - Upcoming

Teams - Upcoming 


Winner - CSK

Runner-Up - GT 

Teams - 10


Winner - GT

Runner-Up -  RR 

Teams - 10


Winner - CSK 

Runner-Up - KKR

Teams- 08


Winner - MI

Runner-Up - DC

Teams - 08


Winner - MI

Runner-Up - CSK

Teams- 08


Winner - CSK

Runner-Up - SRH

Teams - 08


Winner - MI

Runner-Up - RPS

Teams - 08


Winner - SRH

Runner-Up - RCB

Teams - 08


Winner - MI

Runner-Up - CSK

Teams - 08


Winner - KKR

Runner-Up - KXIP

Teams - 08


Winner - MI

Runner-Up - CSK

Teams - 09


Winner - KKR

Runner-Up - CSK

Teams - 09


Winner - CSK

Runner-Up - RCB

Teams - 10


Winner - CSK

Runner-Up - MI

Teams - 08


Winner - DC

Runner-Up - RCB

Teams - 08


Winner - RR

Runner-Up - CSK

Teams - 08

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List of IPL Trophy Winning Captains

1) 2024 - Upcoming
2) 2023 - M.S Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
3) 2022 - Hardik Pandya (Gujarat Titans)
4) 2021 - M.S Dhoni ( Chennai Super Kings)
5) 2020 - Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
6) 2019 - Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
7) 2018 - M.S Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
8) 2017 - Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
9) 2016 - David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
10) 2015 - Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
11) 2014 - Goutam Gambhir (Kolkata Knight Riders)
12) 2013 - Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
13) 2012 - Goutam Gambhir (Kolkata Knight Riders)
14) 2011 - M.S Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
15) 2010 - M.S Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
16) 2009 - Adam Gilchrist (Deccan Chargers)
17) 2008 - Shane Warne (Rajasthan Royals)

Man Of The Match In The Final Of IPL 2008 - 2024

1) 2024 -
2) 2023 - Devon Conway
3) 2022 - Hardik Pandya
4) 2021 - Faf du Plessis
5) 2020 - Trent Boult
6) 2019 - Jasprit Bumrah
7) 2018 - Shane Watson
8) 2017 - Krunal Pandya
9) 2016 - Ben Cutting
10) 2015 - Rohit Sharma
11) 2014 - Manish Pandey
12) 2013 - Kieron Pollard
13) 2012 - Manvinder Bisla
14) 2011 - Murali Vijay
15) 2010 - Suresh Raina
16) 2009 - Anil Kumble
17) 2008 - Yusuf Pathan

Player Of The Tournament In The Final Of IPL 2008 - 2024

1) 2024 -

2) 2023 - Shubman Gill

3) 2022 - Jos Buttler

4) 2021 - Harshal Patel

5) 2020 - Jofra Archer

6) 2019 - Andre Russell

7) 2018 - Sunil Narine

8) 2017 - Ben Stokes

9) 2016 - Virat Kohli

10) 2015 - Andre Russell

11) 2014 - Glenn Maxwell

12) 2013 - Shane Watson

13) 2012 - Sunil Narine

14) 2011 - Chris Gayle

15) 2010 - Sachin Tendulkar

16) 2009 - Adam Gilchrist

17) 2008 - Shane Watson

The Teams With The Most IPL Victories

Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) stand as the most triumphant franchises in the IPL, clinching the tournament title a remarkable five times each. Now, let's delve into the list of IPL champions by team.

1) Mumbai Indians - 5 Times - 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020
2) Chennai Super Kings - 5 Times - 2010, 2011, 2018, 2021, 2023
3) Kolkata knight Knight Riders - 2 Times - 2012, 2014
4) Gujarat Titans - 1 Time - 2022
5) Sunrisers Hyderabad - 1 Time - 2016
6) Rajasthan Royals - 1 Time - 2008
7) Deccan Chargers - 1 Time - 2009

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List of IPL champions spanning from 2008 to 2024

The discussion focuses on the IPL Winners List year by year, covering the period from 2008 to 2024.

Winner Of IPL 2024

The champion of TATA IPL 2024 will be determined on the tournament's final day, with the victorious team claiming the title.

Winner Of IPL 2023 - Chennai Super Kings (CSK)


In the IPL 2023 final match, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) secured their fifth title by defeating Gujrat Titans (GT) with a five-wicket victory. Ravindra Jadeja's remarkable performance, including hitting a six and a four off the last two balls, sealed the win for Chennai. This victory placed CSK on par with Mumbai Indians for the most IPL titles. The prize money for the winner amounted to 20 crores, while the runner-up received 13 crores. Shubman Gill of Gujrat Titans earned the orange cap and was named the Player of the Tournament for his outstanding performance, scoring 890 runs in 17 games. Mohammed Shami clinched the purple cap with 28 wickets. Various significant awards were presented, with some highlighted below.

Winner Of IPL 2022 - Gujarat Titans

The winner of the 2022 Tata IPL was Gujarat Titans, who emerged victorious in the final match against Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets. Yuzvendra Chahal claimed the title of the highest wicket-taker in the tournament. Jos Buttler excelled as the leading run-scorer, accumulating 863 runs in 17 matches, including four centuries and four half-centuries. Buttler also received the Most Valued Player award for his outstanding performance throughout the season. The playoff teams for IPL 2022 comprised Gujarat Titans, Lucknow Super Giants, Rajasthan Royals, and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Captained by Hardik Pandya, Gujarat Titans topped the IPL 2022 points table with 20 points, winning 10 out of their 14 matches and securing their place as the first team to qualify for the playoffs.

Winner Of IPL 2021 - Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings claimed victory as the IPL 2021 champions. In the final showdown between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), CSK emerged triumphant by a margin of 27 runs. The thrilling final took place in Dubai, where CSK posted a formidable total of 192/3, overpowering KKR who managed 165/9. This win marked Chennai Super Kings' fourth IPL title. Harshal Patel of Royal Challengers Bangalore secured the prestigious purple cap in IPL 2021 with an impressive tally of 32 wickets. Additionally, Ruturaj Gaikwad etched his name in history as the youngest player to claim the IPL orange cap.

Winner Of IPL 2020 - Mumbai Indians


For the second consecutive time, Mumbai Indians clinched the IPL title, marking their fifth overall triumph. The final showdown was between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals, with MI securing victory by five wickets. Additionally, Mumbai Indians were honored with the Paytm Fairplay Award this season.

Winner Of IPL 2019 - Mumbai Indians

Once more, the IPL 2019 final witnessed a clash of titans as Mumbai Indians faced off against Chennai Super Kings. The intensity of the final extended until the last ball. Shardul Thakur, hoping to secure at least one run for a chance at a super over, fell short against Malinga’s off-cutter. Consequently, Mumbai Indians emerged as champions for a record fourth time, solidifying their status as the most successful team in IPL history with their fourth IPL title victory.

Winner Of IPL 2018 - Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings achieved the milestone of becoming the second team in IPL history to secure more than two trophies. The experienced duo of Ambati Rayudu and Shane Watson played pivotal roles in bolstering the team's batting lineup. Meanwhile, Dhoni's trademark finishing prowess remained instrumental in numerous matches. CSK's bowling department benefitted from the strategic insights of captain MS Dhoni, while Dwayne Bravo spearheaded the bowling attack with distinction.

Winner Of IPL 2017 - Mumbai Indians


Mumbai Indians made history by becoming the first team in IPL history to secure the title on more than two occasions. Their initial triumph came in 2013, followed by another in 2015. The final match against the Rising Pune Supergiants saw Mumbai Indians clinch victory by a mere one-run margin. Under the leadership of captain Rohit Sharma, Mumbai Indians exhibited exceptional performance throughout.

Winner Of IPL 2016 - Sunrisers Hyderabad

The Sunrisers Hyderabad clinched victory in the final against Royal Challengers Bangalore by a slim margin of just 8 runs. David Warner exhibited masterful leadership throughout the season, steering the team's journey to success. However, the season was notably defined by the formidable partnership between Virat Kohli and Ab de Villiers in nearly all of Royal Challengers Bangalore's matches. Virat's remarkable performance included scoring four centuries and seven half-centuries in 16 innings, leaving no doubt as to who claimed the coveted orange cap for the season.

Winner Of IPL 2015 - Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians joined CSK and KKR as the third team to secure the IPL title more than once. Once more, Mumbai Indians' adept balance across the team contributed significantly to their triumph. Players like Simmons, Rohit Sharma, Ambati Rayudu, and Kieron Pollard showcased their prowess in the batting department. Leading the bowling unit was the renowned Slinga Malinga. Despite Lasith Malinga's commendable tally of 24 wickets in the tournament, he narrowly missed out on the purple cap, with Dwayne Bravo surpassing him by claiming two additional wickets.

Winner Of IPL 2014 - Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

Kolkata Knight Riders achieved the feat of becoming the second team to secure the IPL trophy more than once. While Manvinder Bisla was the hero in the final of the 2012 edition, this time it was Manish Pandey's exceptional performance that propelled KKR to successfully chase a formidable total of 199. Pandey displayed remarkable heroics, scoring a brilliant 94 from 50 deliveries. Adding to KKR's accolades, Robin Uthappa clinched the orange cap for his outstanding performance, accumulating 660 runs in 16 innings.

Winner Of IPL 2013 - Mumbai Indians

Rohit Sharma, known as the hitman, spearheaded Mumbai Indians to their maiden triumph in the IPL. MI achieved this feat by overcoming Chennai Super Kings in the final of the 2013 IPL. The team displayed a clinical balance throughout the tournament, with stalwarts like Kieron Pollard, Lasith Malinga, and Mitchell Johnson forming a consistent part of the playing XI.

Winner Of IPL 2012 - Kolkata Knight Riders

In the final, Kolkata Knight Riders emerged victorious over the defending champions, Chennai Super Kings. Tasked with chasing 190 runs in the final, KKR's batsmen faced a formidable challenge. However, Bisla took charge of the chase and delivered a swashbuckling innings, scoring 89 runs from just 48 balls. Despite Suresh Raina's impressive 73 off 38 balls leading CSK's run feast, it wasn't sufficient to thwart the Knights from claiming the title.

Winner Of IPL 2011 - Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first team in IPL history to win back-to-back finals. In the final showdown against the formidable batting lineup of RCB, the defending champions showcased their prowess. CSK's batting lineup was illuminated by the presence of Michael Hussey, known as Mr. Cricket, whose impactful innings played a crucial role throughout the tournament. The formidable partnership of Hussey and Murali Vijay, which amassed 159 runs in the opening, proved pivotal in CSK's successful title defense against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Winner Of IPL 2010 - Chennai Super Kings

After missing out on the trophy in the inaugural edition, MS Dhoni finally lifted it, leading Chennai Super Kings to victory. The team boasted formidable contenders such as Suresh Raina, Mathew Hayden, Albie Morkel, Muralitharan, and Dhoni himself from the beginning of the tournament. Raina, in particular, showcased exceptional batting prowess, serving as the backbone of the team's lineup with consistent brilliance throughout. His unbeaten knock of 57 runs from 35 deliveries illuminated CSK's path to glory in the final showdown against the Sachin Tendulkar-led Mumbai Indians.

Winner Of IPL 2009 - Deccan Chargers


Under the leadership of Adam Gilchrist, the Chargers secured victory in the second edition of the Indian Premier League. The team boasted remarkable hitters such as Herschelle Gibbs, Andrew Symonds, and the emerging talent of Rohit Sharma. Pragyan Ojha played a pivotal role in the team's journey, making significant contributions with his left-arm spin bowling, claiming 18 wickets in the tournament. Gilchrist himself amassed a total of 495 runs in 16 matches, securing the second position in the list of highest run-scorers for the season, just behind Mathew Hayden

Winner Of IPL 2008 - Rajasthan Royals

Under the captaincy of Shane Warne, Rajasthan Royals emerged victorious in the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League. The team showcased a well-balanced lineup, featuring experienced batsmen such as Shane Watson and Graeme Smith, alongside explosive middle-order batsman Yusuf Pathan and deceptive bowler Sohail Tanvir. In the final against the Chennai Super Kings, Yusuf Pathan delivered a standout performance, making significant contributions in both the bowling and batting departments. Pathan's remarkable display began with him taking three crucial wickets while maintaining an impressive run rate, followed by a quickfire innings of 56 runs from 39 deliveries.

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