IPL winners list from 2008 to 2021

Hello friends in our today's article we will be talking about the IPL cup winners list that is year-wise IPL winners list from 2008 to 2021.

IPL winners list from 2008 to 2021

IPL winners list from 2008 to 2021

1. 2008 IPL Winner – Rajasthan Royals

A total of 8 teams participated in this season, out of which Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings reached the finals, in which Rajasthan Royals defeated Chennai.

In this match, batting first, Chennai scored 163 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs, in response, Rajasthan team scored 164 runs for the loss of 7 wickets and won the 2008 IPL tournament.

Winner – Rajasthan

Runner-up – Chennai

In IPL 2008, the title of Man of the Series was given to Rajasthan batsman Shane Watson and the title of Purple Cap was given to Kings XI Punjab bowler Sohail Tanveer.

2. IPL 2009 Winner – Deccan Chargers

IPL 2009 was held from 18 April to 24 April 2009, a total of 8 teams participated in this season, out of which Deccan Chargers and Royal Challengers Bangalore reached the finals, in which Deccan Chargers defeated RCB by 6 wickets and won the IPL tournament of 2009.

Winner – Deccan Chargers

Runner-up – Bangalore

In IPL 2009, the title of Man of the Series was given to Deccan Chargers batsman Adam Gilchrist, the Orange Cap title was given to Chennai Super Kings batsman Matthew Hayden and the Purple Cap was given to Deccan Chargers bowler RP Singh.

3. IPL 2010 Winner – Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2010 was held from 12 March to 25 April 2010, a total of 8 teams participated in this season, out of which Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians reached the finals, in which Chennai defeated Mumbai by 22 runs and won the IPL tournament of the year 2010.

Winner – Chennai

Runner-up – Mumbai

In IPL 2010, the title of Man of the Series and Orange Cap was given to the great Mumbai batsman Sachin Tendulkar and the title of Purple Cap was given to Pragyan Ojha.

4. IPL 2011 Winner – Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2011 was held from 8 April to 28 May 2011, for the first time in this season 10 teams participated, out of which the team of Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers reached the finals, in which Chennai defeated Bangalore by 58 runs and won the 2011 IPL tournament.

Winner – Chennai

Runner-up – Bangalore

IPL 2011's Men of the Series and Orange Cap title went to RCB batsman Chris Gayle and Purple Cap was given to Mumbai Indians bowler Lasith Malinga.

5. IPL 2012 Winner – Kolkata Knight Riders

IPL 2012 was held from 4 April to 27 May 2012, a total of 9 teams participated in this season, out of which Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai team reached the finals, in which Kolkata defeated Chennai by 5 wickets and won the 2012 IPL series.

Winner – Kolkata

Runner-up – Chennai

IPL 2012's Man of the Series title went to Kolkata batsman Sunil Narine, Orange Cap was given to RCB batsman Chris Gayle and Purple Cap was given to Delhi Daredevils bowler Morne Morkel.

6. IPL 2013 Winner – Mumbai Indians

IPL 2013 was held from 3 April to 26 June 2013, a total of 9 teams participated in this season, out of which the team of Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings reached the finals, in which Mumbai defeated Chennai by 23 runs and won the 2013 IPL series.

Winner – Mumbai

Runner-up – Chennai

In IPL 2013, the title of Man of the Tournament was given to Rajasthan Royals batsman Shane Watson, Orange Cap was given to CSK batsman Michael Hussey and Purple Cap was given to CSK bowler Dwayne Bravo.

7. IPL 2014 Winner – Kolkata Knight Riders

IPL 2014 was held from 16 April to 1 June 2014, a total of 8 teams participated in this season, out of which Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab reached the final, in which Kolkata defeated Punjab and won the IPL series for the second time, winning the IPL title for the second time.

Winner – Kolkata

Runner-up – Punjab

IPL 2014 Men of the Series title went to Glenn Maxwell, Orange Cap title to Robin Uthappa and Purple Cap title to CSK bowler Mohit Sharma.

8. IPL 2015 Winner – Mumbai Indians

IPL 2015 was held from 8th April to 24th May 2015. A total of 8 teams participated in this season, out of which the team of Mumbai Indians and CSK reached the finals, in which Mumbai defeated CSK by 9 wickets and won the 2015 IPL series.

Winner – Mumbai

Runner-up – Chennai

In IPL 2015, the title of Man of the Series was given to Andre Russell, the title of Orange Cap was given to David Warner and the title of Purple Cap was given to Dwayne Bravo.

9. IPL 2016 Winner – Sunrisers Hyderabad

IPL 2016, was held from April 9 to May 29, 2016, in this season a total of 8 teams participated, out of which the team of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore reached the finals, in which Hyderabad defeated Bangalore team by 8 wickets and won the IPL series of the year 2016.

Winner – Hyderabad

Runner-up – Bangalore

In IPL 2016, the title of Man of the Series was given to Virat Kohli, the title of Orange Cap was given to Virat Kohli and the title of Purple Cap was given to Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

10. IPL 2017 Winner – Mumbai Indians

In IPL 2017, the final was played between Mumbai and Pune which Mumbai defeated Pune by 1 run and in this way Mumbai won the third series in the IPL.

Winner – Mumbai

Runner-up – Pune

In IPL 2017, the title of Man of the Series was given to Ben Stokes, the title of Orange Cap was given to David Warner and the title of Purple Cap was given to Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

11. IPL 2018 Winner – CSK

IPL 2018 was held from 7th April to 27th June 2018, a total of 8 teams participated in this season too, out of which Sunrisers Hyderabad and CSK reached the finals, in which CSK defeated Hyderabad by 8 wickets and won the IPL series for the third time.

Winner – Chennai

Runner-up – Hyderabad

In IPL 2018, the title of Man of the Series was given to Sunil Narine, the Orange Cap title was given to Kane Williamson and the Purple Cap title was given to Andrew Tye.

12. IPL 2019 Winner – Mumbai Indians

IPL 2019, 12 season of IPL, total 8 teams participated in IPL 2019, in which Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals and Sun Raisers Hyderabad made it to the playoffs,

Winner – Mumbai

Runner-up – Chennai

In this final match held on 12 May 2019, Mumbai batted first and scored 149 runs at the loss of 8 wickets, in response, Chennai team could only score 148 runs at the loss of 7 wickets and the match was won by Mumbai team by 1 run, in which Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings reached the final and Mumbai Indians won IPL 2019 by winning the final match.

13. IPL 2020 Winner – Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020 was the 13th season of IPL, in IPL 2020, the team of Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians could make it to the finals, in which Mumbai Indians won by 5 wickets and won the title of IPL 2020, in this way the Mumbai team created history by winning the IPL title for a total of 5 times.

Winner – Mumbai

Runner-up – Delhi

The final match of IPL 2020 was held on 10 November 2020, in which Delhi team batted first and scored 157 runs for the loss of 7 wickets.

In response, Mumbai team scored 157 runs at the loss of 5 wickets and won the match by 5 wickets and won IPL 2020.

The Delhi Capitals team was able to reach the finals in the IPL for the first time, but they had to face defeat in front of former champions Mumbai and their dream of winning the IPL remained unfulfilled.

14. IPL 2021 Winner – Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2021 has been won by Chennai Super Kings team, Chennai defeated Kolkata team in the final of IPL 2021.

Chennai – 192/3

Kolkata – 165/9

The final match of IPL 2021 was held on 15 October 2021, in which Chennai team batted first and scored a big score of 192 runs losing just 3 wickets.

In response, the Kolkata team could only score 165 runs at the loss of 9 wickets and the Chennai team won the IPL 2021 by winning this match by 27 runs.

This was the fourth IPL title of the Chennai team, before this, Chennai has also won IPL 2010, IPL 2011 and IPL 2018.

Summary – List of IPL Winning Teams 

  • IPL 2008 – Rajasthan
  • IPL 2009 – Deccan
  • IPL 2010 – Chennai
  • IPL 2011 – Chennai
  • IPL 2012 – Kolkata
  • IPL 2013 – Mumbai
  • IPL 2014 – Kolkata
  • IPL 2015 – Mumbai
  • IPL 2016 – Hyderabad
  • IPL 2017 – Mumbai
  • IPL 2018 – Chennai
  • IPL 2019 – Mumbai
  • IPL 2020 – Mumbai
  • IPL 2021 – Chennai

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