IPL Winners List All Season from 2008 – 2022

IPL Winners List All Season

The Indian Premier League, popularly known as IPL was first inaugurated in 2008. It is a professional T20 Cricket League with a round-robin and knockout format. The participating teams represent major Indian cities. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have been the standout performers. Both the teams have registered their names in the IPL Winners List numerous times.

Cricket has a massive fanbase in India as it is celebrated like a religion. IPL too became popular ever since it was established. The first edition of 2008 was watched by 200 million Indians on TV and 10 million overseas viewers, overtaking the record 150 million viewers that had previously tuned into football’s English Premier League. The Indian Premier League became the world’s sixth-biggest sports league within two seasons.

Mumbai Indians have won the title the maximum number of times i.e. 5. Chennai Super Kings are second in the list having won the title 4 times in IPL history. KKR has won the title 2 times.

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Let’s take a look at the IPL winners List over the seasons: 

SeasonWinnerRunner UpMarginMan of the Tournament
2008Rajasthan RoyalsChennai Super KingsRR won by 3 wicketsShane Watson
2009Deccan ChargersRoyal Challengers BangaloreDC won by 6 runsAdam Gilchrist
2010Chennai Super KingsMumbai IndiansCSK won by 22 runsSachin Tendulkar
2011Chennai Super KingsRoyal Challengers BangaloreCSK won by 58 runsChris Gayle
2012Kolkata Knight RidersChennai Super KingsMI won by 5 wicketsSunil Narine
2013Mumbai IndiansChennai Super KingsMI won by 23 runsShane Watson
2014Kolkata Knight RidersKings XI PunjabKKR won by 3 wicketsGlenn Maxwell
2015Mumbai IndiansChennai Super KingsMI won by 41 runsAndre Russell
2016Sunrisers HyderabadRoyal Challengers BangaloreSRH won by 8 runsVirat Kohli
2017Mumbai IndiansRising Pune SupergiantMI won by 1 runBen Stokes
2018Chennai Super KingsSunrisers HyderabadCSK won by 8 wicketsSunil Narine
2019Mumbai IndiansChennai Super KingsMI won by 1 runAndre Russell
2020Mumbai IndiansDelhi CapitalsMI won by 5 wicketsJofra Archer
2021Chennai Super KingsKolkata Knight RidersCSK won by 27 runsHarshal Patel
2022Gujarat TitansRajasthan RoyalsGT won by 7 wicketsJos Butler

IPL Winners through the Years

2008 IPL Winner: Rajasthan Royals

2008 IPL Winners - Rajasthan Royals

2008 IPL was the first season of the Indian Premier League. A lot of big cricketers were involved in several teams. Rajasthan Royals lifted the IPL Trophy and became the 2008 IPL winners. Under the leadership of legendary Shane Warne, a young team mostly made of uncapped Indian players was absolutely brilliant and showed great discipline to become the first IPL winners. Warne was both the coach and the captain of the Rajasthan Royals.

The final match was played between Chennai Super Kings & Rajasthan Royals, at DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai. The Royals were chasing CSK’s target of 163/5 in 20 overs and won the match by 3 wickets. Yusuf Pathan was named the Man of the Match. He took 3 wickets and scored 56 runs in 39 balls helping his team become the 2008 IPL winners and register their name in the IPL winners list.

Shane Warne of Rajasthan Royals was awarded the man of the tournament for his outstanding all-round performance. Shawn Marsh received the orange cap as the highest run-scorer, and Sohil Tanvir from Rajasthan Royals was the purple cap holder as the highest wicket-taker.

Also Read: IPL Orange Cap Winners List

IPL Winners 2009: Deccan Chargers

IPL 2009 Winners: Deccan Chargers

The second edition of the Indian Premier League was held in South Africa because it coincided with elections in India. This year Deccan Chargers led by the legendary Adam Gilchrist became winners and placed their name on the IPL Winners list. This was a huge surprise for everyone as Deccan Chargers finished last in IPL 2008.

Deccan Chargers defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final by 6 runs. DC scored143/6 in 20 overs while RCB could only manage to score 139/9. Herschelle Gibbs was the top scorer with 53* in 48 balls.

Matthew Hayden of Chennai Super Kings scored the most runs in the tournament while R.P. Singh of DC took the most wickets. Adam Gilchrist was named the player of the series.

2010 IPL Winners: Chennai Super Kings

After hosting the second edition in South Africa, IPL 2010 was held again in India. This year Chennai Super Kings won the IPL Trophy and became the third team with their names on the IPL winners list. MS Dhoni finally led his team to victory after missing it in the first edition. CSK were the strong contender from the start of the tournament with the likes of Suresh Raina, Matthew Hayden, Albie Morkel, Muralitharan, and MSD in their squad.

CSK faced Sachin Tendulkar-led Mumbai Indians in the finals. Batting first, CSK set a target of 169 for MI. MI could only score 146-9 in 20 overs and fell short by 23 runs. Suresh Raina scored 57* in 35 balls and was awarded man of the match. The legendary Sachin Tendulkar received the Man of the Tournament as well as the Orange Cap Award. He became the first Indian to win Orange Cap. Pragyan Ojha was the purple cap holder.

Also Read: IPL Purple Cap Winners List

IPL Winners 2011: Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2011 Winners: CSK

Chennai Super Kings became the first team to win back-to-back IPL trophies in history after winning the IPL 2011 trophy. CSK defended their title against the heavy batting unit of RCB. CSK with the help of Murali Vijay’s 95 and Mike Hussey’s 63 scored 205-5 in 20 overs. RCB’s batting failed miserably and they could only manage to score 147-8 in 20 overs.

Murali Vijay was named Man of the Match whereas Chris Gayle received the Man of the tournament trophy. Lasith Malinga of Mumbai Indians was the Purple Cap Holder.

2012 IPL Winners: Kolkata Knight Riders

KKR 2012 IPL Winners

KKR became the fourth team to win the IPL title when they won the fifth edition of the tournament. Gautam Gambhir led squad clinched a nail-biting encounter against Chennai Super Kings in the final to lay their hands on the trophy for the first time. Batting first, Chennai Super Kings scored 190/3 in 20 overs. KKR in response won the match with 2 balls to spare thanks to Manvinder Bisla’s 89 runs of 48 balls. He was later named the Man of the Match.

Sunil Narine received the Player of the tournament trophy. Chris Gayle from RCB was the Orange Cap Winner while Morne Morkel of Delhi Daredevils was the Purple Cap Winner.

2013: Mumbai Indians

MI 2013 IPL winners

Rohit Sharma brought home the first cup for the Mumbai Indians in 2013 defeating Chennai Super Kings in the final by 23 runs. Mumbai scored 148/9 with the help of Kieron Pollard’s 60* (32). Chennai fell short by 23 runs despite MSD’s 63* off 45 balls.

Mike received the Orange Cap whereas Dwayne Bravo received the Purple Cap. Bravo broke the record of Lasith Malinga’s 28 wickets by picking up 32 wickets in the season. Both the players were from Chennai Super Kings. Shane Watson of Rajasthan Royals was awarded as the Player of the tournament.

FAQs on IPL Winners All Season

Who is the winner of IPL 2021?

Chennai Super Kings were the IPL 2021 winners. They defeated Kolkata Knight Riders in the final by 27 runs.

Who is the winner of IPL 2020?

Mumbai Indians were the IPL 2020 winners defeating Delhi Capitals in the final. They won by 5 wickets.

Who is the winner of IPL 2019?

Mumbai Indians won the IPL 2019 edition by 1 run against Chennai Super Kings.

Who is the winner of IPL 2018?

Chennai Super Kings won by 8 wickets against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the final of IPL 2018.

Who is the winner of IPL 2015?

Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in IPL 2015 final.

How many times has CSK won IPL?

CSK has won the IPL Trophy 4 times.

How many times has KKR won IPL?

KKR has won the trophy 2 times.

How many times has MI won IPL?

MI has won the trophy most number of times. They have been the IPL winners 5 times.

Who won 1st IPL?

Rajasthan Royals won the first IPL in 2008.

Who has won IPL the most number of times?

Mumbai Indians have won the IPL the maximum number of times. They have won the title five times i.e. in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020.

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