IPL Winners List

Last Modified Mar 13, 2024 12:37 IST

IPL Winners & Runners Up List 2008 - 2024

YearWinnerWon ByRunner UpVenue
2023Chennai Super Kings5 wicketsGujarat TitansAhmedabad
2022Gujarat Titans7 wicketsRajasthan RoyalsAhmedabad
2021Chennai Super Kings27 runsKolkata Knight RidersDubai
2020Mumbai Indians5 wicketsDelhi CapitalsDubai
2019Mumbai Indians1 runChennai Super KingsHyderabad
2018Chennai Super Kings8 wicketsSunrisers HyderabadMumbai
2017Mumbai Indians1 runRising Pune SupergiantsHyderabad
2016Sunrisers Hyderabad8 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreBangalore
2015Mumbai Indians41 runsChennai Super KingsKolkata
2014Kolkata Knight Riders3 wicketsKings XI PunjabBangalore
2013Mumbai Indians23 runsChennai Super KingsKolkata
2012Kolkata Knight Riders5 wicketsChennai Super KingsChennai
2011Chennai Super Kings58 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreChennai
2010Chennai Super Kings22 runsMumbai IndiansMumbai
2009Deccan Chargers6 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreJohannesburg
2008Rajasthan Royals3 wicketsChennai Super KingsMumbai

The 16th edition of the Indian Premier League finally came to an end with the Chennai Super Kings winning their 5th title. MS Dhoni-led CSK defeated Gujarat Titans in a close game by 5 wickets to get their nameplate added to the IPL gold for the 2023 season. Above is the list of IPL Winners & Runners-Up list

Played between 10 franchises for the first time since 2011, the tournament saw some incredible matches filled with entertaining doses of cricket as youngsters, and experienced players from India and abroad teamed up to present enthralling action for a period of close to 2 months!. The return of IPL to the country gained traction from every nook and corner. The tournament was played in its usual home & away format after the COVID-19 era.

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After winning the toss and electing to field, Gujarat Titans posted a mammoth total of 214 runs in the stipulated 20 overs. However, rain hampered the game and it was reduced to 15 overs and CSK got a target of 171 runs to chase.

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Chasing 171 for the title win, Chennai Super Kings got off to a great start on the back of their openers. They stitched a partnership of 74 runs for the 1st wicket. Later on, the game went down the wire and Jadeja guided MS Dhoni led CSK to its 5th title in IPL history. The southpaw scored six and a boundary on the final two balls of the game in order to register an emphatic win over defending champions Gujarat Titans, who were playing their 2nd consecutive IPL final.

Apart from this, a number of awards were presented for the complete season where we saw talents getting recognition for their consistent effort in the competition. Here, we present the complete list of awards presented to the players and teams in the 2024 season of the IPL.

IPL Winners List of all season with captain

YearWinnerWon ByRunner UpVenueCaptain
2023Chennai Super Kings5 wicketsGujarat TitansAhmedabadMS Dhoni
2022Gujarat Titans7 wicketsRajasthan RoyalsAhmedabadHardik Pandya
2021Chennai Super Kings27 runsKolkata Knight RidersDubaiMS Dhoni
2020Mumbai Indians5 wicketsDelhi CapitalsDubaiRohit Sharma
2019Mumbai Indians1 runChennai Super KingsHyderabadRohit Sharma
2018Chennai Super Kings8 wicketsSunrisers HyderabadMumbaiMS Dhoni
2017Mumbai Indians1 runRising Pune SupergiantsHyderabadRohit Sharma
2016Sunrisers Hyderabad8 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreBangaloreDavid Warner
2015Mumbai Indians41 runsChennai Super KingsKolkataRohit Sharma
2014Kolkata Knight Riders3 wicketsKings XI PunjabBangaloreGautam Gambhir
2013Mumbai Indians23 runsChennai Super KingsKolkataRohit Sharma
2012Kolkata Knight Riders5 wicketsChennai Super KingsChennaiGautam Gambhir
2011Chennai Super Kings58 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreChennaiMS Dhoni
2010Chennai Super Kings22 runsMumbai IndiansMumbaiMS Dhoni
2009Deccan Chargers6 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreJohannesburgAdam Gilchrist
2008Rajasthan Royals3 wicketsChennai Super KingsMumbaiShane Warne

Complete list of season awards for IPL 2023

  1. Orange Cap: Shubman Gill - 890 runs in 17 innings, four 50s, and 3 100s

  2. Purple Cap: Mohammed Shami- 28 wickets in 17 matches, two 4-wicket haul