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IPL Winners List ! IPL Winners ! IPL Winners list 2008-2019
All IPL Winner Team
As we know that IPL (Indian Premier League) Is the biggest league on the globe. In the past 12 years mostly 8 teams participating in this tournament, which held by BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) in every year. MI (Mumbai Indians) is the most successful team in this tournament which won 4 times of IPL titles. Here is the history of IPL for the last 12 years.
IPL Winners List Table

Year
Winner
Runner-UP
2008
Rajasthan Royal (RR)
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
2009
Deccan Charger (DC)
Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB)
2010
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
Mumbai Indians (MI)
2011
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB)
2012
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
2013
Mumbai Indians (MI)
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
2014
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)
2015
Mumbai Indians (MI)
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
2016
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)
Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB)
2017
Mumbai Indians (MI)
Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS)
2018
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)
2019
Mumbai Indians (MI)
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

2008 (INDIA)

  • This is the 1st edition of IPL.
  • It goes from 18 April-1 June 2008.
  • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
  • This is a double round-robin and Knockout tournament formates.
  • A total of 59 matches was played this year.
  • A total of 621 sixes hit this year.
  • This year Sanath Jayasuriya (MI) hit a total of 31 sixes in just 14 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
  • Shane Watson (RR) was selected for the player of the series because he made a total of 472 runs and taking 17 wickets.
  • Shaun Marsh (KXIP) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 616 runs in 11 innings with the help of 1 centuries & 5 fifties.
  • Sohail Tanvir (RR) was elected for the most wickets takers, (22 wickets).
  • Rajasthan Royals(RR) was the champion, while Chennai Super Kings(CSK) was the Runners-up.
  • On 1 June 2008, RR defeated CSK by 3 wickets in the final at Dr. DY Patail Sports Academy, Mumbai.

Top Moment of this Tournament

On 18 April 2008 in M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, Brendon Mc Cullum(KKR) made a 158* runs in just 73 balls against RCB (Royal Challenger Bangalore) with the help of 10 sixes and 13 fours. This is a historical moment of itself and IPL.

Teams and Standings

Team
Pld
W
L
NR
Pts
NRR
Rajasthan Royals (C)
14
11
3
0
22
+0.632
Kings XI Punjab
14
10
4
0
20
+0.509
Chennai Super Kings (R)
14                              
8
6
0
16
−0.192
Delhi Daredevils
14
7
6
1
15
+0.342
Mumbai Indians
14
7
7
0
14
+0.570
Kolkata Knight Riders
14
6
7
1
13
−0.147
Royal Challengers Bangalore
14
4
10
0
8
−1.161
Deccan Chargers
14
2
12
0
4
−0.467
NOTE:-
  • Pld-Played
  • W-Won
  • L-Loss
  • NR-No Result
  • Pts-Points
  • NRR-Net Run Rate
  • C-Champion
  • R-Runner-UP
  • Grp-Group

2009 (South Africa)

  • It goes from 18 April-24 May 2009.
  • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
  • This is a double round-robin and Knockout tournament formates.
  • A total of 59 matches was played this year.
  • A total of 508 sixes hit this year.
  • This year Adam Gilchrist (DC) hit a total of 29 sixes in just 16 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
  • Adam Gilchrist (DC) was selected for the player of the series because he made a total of 495 runs and doing 18 dismissals.
  • Matthew Hayden (CSK) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 572 runs in 12 innings with the help of 5 fifties.
  • RP Singh (DC) was elected for the most wickets takers, (23 wickets).
  • Deccan Chargers (DC) was the champion, while RCB (Royal Challenger Banglore) was the Runners-up.
  • On 24 May 2009, Deccan Charger (DC) defeated RCB by 6 runs in the final at New Wanderers StadiumJohannesburg, South Africa.

Teams and Standings

Team
         Pld
     W
       L
     NR
    Pts
   NRR
Delhi Daredevils
     14
      10
    4
    0
    20
 +0.311
Chennai Super Kings
    14
      8
    5
    1
    17
+0.951
Royal Challenger Bangalore (R)
   14
      8
    6
   0
    16
−0.191
Deccan Chargers (C)
   14
     7
   7
   0
    14
+0.203
Kings XI Punjab
  14
    7
   7
   0
    14
-0.483
Rajasthan Royals
  14
    6
  7
   1
    13
−0.352
Mumbai Indians
  14
    5
  8
   1
   11
+0.297
Kolkata Knight Riders  
  14
     3
  10
   1           
    7
−0.789

2010 (India)

  • It goes from 12 March-25 April 2010.
  • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
  • This is a double round-robin and Knockout tournament formates.
  • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
  • A total of 580 sixes hit this year.
  • This year Robin Uthappa (RCB) hit a total of 27 sixes in just 16 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
  • Sachin Tendulkar (MI) was selected for the player of the series because he made a total of 618 runs.
  •  Sachin Tendulkar (MI) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 618 runs in 15 innings with the help of 5 fifties.
  • Pragyan Ojha (DC) was elected for the most wickets takers, (21 wickets).
  • Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the champion, while MI (Mumbai Indians) was the Runners-up.
  • On 25 April 2010, CSK defeated MI by 22 runs in the final at DY Patil StadiumMumbai.

Teams and Standings

Team
         Pld
   W
     L
   NR
  Pts
  NRR
Mumbai Indians (R)
        14
  10
     4
    0
   20
+1.084
Deccan Chargers
        14
   8
     6
    0
   16
−0.297
Chennai Super Kings(C)
        14
   7
     7
    0
   14
+0.274
Royal Challenger Bangalore
       14
   7
     7
    0
   14
+0.219
Delhi Daredevils
      14
   7
     7
    0
   14
+0.021
Kolkata Knight Riders
     14
   7
    7
    0
   14
−0.341
Rajasthan Royals
    14
  6
   8
    0
   12
−0.514
Kings XI Punjab
    14
  4
  10
    0
    8
−0.478

    2011 (India)

    • This season the number of teams increases from eight to tens with the adding of the Pune Warriors India and Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
    • It goes from 8 April-28 May 2011.
    • A total of 10 teams participates in this tournament.
    • This is a Group Stage and Playoffs tournament formates.
    • A total of 74 matches was played this year.
    • A total of 601 sixes hit this year.
    • This year Chris Gayle (RCB) hit a total of 44 sixes in just 12 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
    •  Chris Gayle (RCB) was selected for the player of the series because he made a total of 608 runs and taking off 8 wickets.
    • Chris Gayle (RCB) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 608 runs in 12 innings with the help of 2 centuries and 3 fifties.
    • Lasith Malinga (MI) was elected for the most wickets takers, (28 wickets).
    • CSK (Chennai Super Kings) was the champion, while RCB (Royal Challenger Banglore) was the Runners-up.
    • On 28 May 2011, CSK defeated RCB by 58 runs in the final at M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai

    Teams and Standings

    Team
    Grp
       Pld
      W
        L
       NR
      Pts
      NRR
    Royal Challengers Bangalore (R)
    B
       14
       9
        4
        1
       19
    +0.326
    Chennai Super Kings ( C)
    B
       14
      9
        5
       0
       18
    +0.443
    Mumbai Indians
    A
       14
      9
       5
       0
       18
    +0.040
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    B
       14
      8
       6
       0
       16
    +0.433
    Kings XI Punjab
    A
       14
      7
       7
        0
       14
    −0.051
    Rajasthan Royals
    B
       14
      6
       7
        1
       13
    −0.691
    Deccan Chargers
    A
       14
      6
       8
        0
       12
    +0.222
    Kochi Tuskers Kerala
    B
       14
      6
       8
        0
        12
    −0.214
    Pune Warriors India
    A
       14
      4
       9
        1
         9
    −0.134
    Delhi Daredevils
    A
       14
      4
       9
        1
          9
    −0.448

      2012 ( India)

      • This season the number of teams decreases from ten to nine, the closing of Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
      • It goes from 4 April-27 May 2012.
      • A total of 9 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Knockout tournament formates.
      • A total of 76 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 700 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Chris Gayle (RCB) hit a total of 59 sixes in just 15 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Sunil Narine (KKR) was selected for the player of the series. 
      •  Chris Gayle (RCB) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 733 runs in 14 innings with the help of 1centuries and 7 fifties.
      • Morne Morkel (DD) was elected for the most wickets takers, (25 wickets).
      • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) was the champion, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the Runners-up.
      • On 27 May 2012, KKR defeated CSK by 5 wickets in the final at M.A.Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
                Pld
            W
              L
           NR
          Pts
          NRR
      Delhi Daredevils
                16
            11
              5
             0
           22
      +0.617
      Kolkata Knight Riders (C)
                16
            10
              5
             1
           21
      +0.561
      Mumbai Indians
               16
            10
              6
             0
           20
      −0.100
      Chennai Super Kings  (R)
               16
             8
              7
             1
           17
      +0.100
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
              16
             8
             7
             1
           17
      −0.022
      Kings XI Punjab
              16
             8
             8
             0
           16
      −0.216
      Rajasthan Royals
             16
             7
             9
             0
            14
      +0.201
      Deccan Chargers
             16
             4
            11
             1
             9
      −0.509
      Pune Warriors India
             16
             4
            12
             0
             8
      −0.551

      2013 (India)

      • It goes from 3 April-26 April 2013.
      • A total of 9 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 76 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 674 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Chris Gayle (RCB) hit a total of 51 sixes in just 16 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Shane Watson (RR) was selected for the player of the series.
      •  Michael Hussey (CSK) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 733 runs in 17 innings with the help of 6 fifties.
      • Dwayne Bravo (CSK) was elected for the most wickets takers, (32 wickets).
      • MI (Mumbai Indians) was the champion, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the Runners-up.
      • On 26 May 2013, MI defeated CSK by 23 runs in the final at Eden Garden Kolkata.

      Top Moment of this Tournament

      • On 23 April 2013, Chris Gayle (RCB) made history against Pune Warriours India at M.Chimnswamy Stadium, Banglore.
      • Chris Gayle was made the fastest century and highest individual score in Twenty 20 cricket.
      • He was made a century in just 30 balls.
      • In this innings, he was made a 175* runs in just 66 balls with the help of 17 sixes.
      • RCB was creating a history in the IPL by made 263 runs

      Teams and Standings

      Team
              Pld
             W
              L
            NR
            Pts
           NRR
      Chennai Super Kings  (R)
             16
             11
              5
             0
            22
         +0.530
      Mumbai Indians (C)
             16
            11
             5
            0
            22
        +0.441
      Rajasthan Royals
             16
            10
             6
            0
            20
        +0.322
      Sunrisers Hyderabad
             16
            10
             6
            0
            20
         +0.003
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
            16
             9
             7
            0
            18
         +0.457
      Kings XI Punjab
            16
            8
             8
            0
            16
         +0.226
      Kolkata Knight Riders
            16
            6
            10
            0
            12
         −0.065
      Pune Warriors India
            16
           4
             12
            0
            8
        −1.006
      Delhi Daredevils
            16
           3
             13
           0
            6
        −0.848

      2014 (India, UAE)

      • This season the numbers of the team become nine to eight, the closing of Pune Warriors India.
      • It goes from 16 April-1 June 2014.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 714 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Glen Maxwell (KXIP) hit a total of 36 sixes in just 16 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Glen Maxwell (KXIP) was selected for the player of the series. 
      •  Robin Uthappa (KKR) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 660 runs in 16 innings with the help of 5 fifties.
      • Mohit Sharma (CSK) was elected for the most wickets takers, (23 wickets).
      • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) was the champion, while Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) was the Runners-up.
      • On 1 June 2014, KKR defeated KXIP by 3 wickets in the final at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Banglore.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
          Pld
            W
            L
           NR
          Pts
        NRR
      Kings XI Punjab (R)
          14
            11
            3
             0
           22
      +0.968
      Kolkata Knight Riders (C)
          14
            9
            5
             0
           18
      +0.418
      Chennai Super Kings
           14
            9
            5
             0
           18
      +0.385
      Mumbai Indians (4)
           14
            7
            7
             0
          14
      +0.095
      Rajasthan Royals
           14
            7
            7
             0
          14
      +0.060
      Sunrisers Hyderabad
           14
            6
           8
             0
          12
      -0.399
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
           14
           5
           9
             0
          10
      -0.428
      Delhi Daredevils
          14
           2
           12
             0
          4
      -1.182

      2015 ( India)

      • It goes from 8 April-24 May 2015.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 692 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Chris Gayle (RCB) hit a total of 38 sixes in just 14 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Adre Russell (KKR) was selected for the player of the series. 
      •  David Warner (SRH) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 562 runs in 14 innings with the help of 7 fifties.
      • Dwayne Bravo (CSK) was elected for the most wickets takers, (26 wickets).
      • MI (Mumbai Indians) was the champion, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the Runners-up
      • On 24 May 2015, MI  defeated CSK by 41 runs in the final at Eden Garden Kolkata.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
           Pld
             W
               L
            NR
          Pts
      NRR
      Chennai Super Kings (R)
          14
              9
              5
             0
          18
      +0.709
      Mumbai Indians (C)
           14
              8
              6
              0
           16
      −0.043
      Royal Challenger Bangalore
           14
             7
              5
              2
           16
      +1.037
      Rajasthan Royals
           14
             7
              5
              2
           16
      +0.062
      Kolkata Knight Riders
           14
            7
              6
              1
            15
      +0.253
      Sunrisers Hyderabad
          14
           7
              7
             0
            14
      −0.239
      Delhi Daredevils
          14
           5
             8
             1
            11
      −0.049
      Kings XI Punjab
          14
           3
             11
              0
            6
      −1.436

      2016 (India)

      • This year established two new teams Gujarat Lions and Rising Supergiants at the place of CSK and RR because CSK and RR Suspended for two years over a sport-fixing and betting scandal.
      • This season using LED Stumps.
      • It goes from 9 April-29 May 2016.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 638 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Virat Kohali (RCB) hit a total of 38 sixes in just 16 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Virat Kohli (RCB) was selected for the player of the series. 
      •  Virat Kohli (RCB) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 973 runs in 16 innings with the help of 4 centuries and 4 fifties.
      • Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) was elected for the most wickets takers, (23 wickets).
      • Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) was the champion, while Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) was the Runners-up
      • On 29 May 2016, SRH  defeated RCB by 8 runs in the final at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Banglore.

      Top Moment of this Tournament

      In this year Virat Kohli made 973 runs in 16 innings with the help of 4 centuries and 7 fifties. His highest score was 113 runs.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
          Pld
             W
              L
           NR
          Pts
      NRR
      Gujarat Lions
          14
              9
              5
            0
          18
      -0.374
      Royal Challenger Bangalore(R)
         14
              8
              6
            0
          16
      +0.932
      Sunrisers Hyderabad (C)
         14
              8
              6
            0
          16
      +0.245
      Kolkata Knight Riders
         14
             8
             6
            0
          16
      +0.106
      Mumbai Indians
         14
             7
             7
            0
          14
      -0.146
      Delhi Daredevils
         14
            7
            7
            0
          14
      -0.155
      Rising Pune Supergiant
         14
            5
            9
            0
          10
      +0.015
      Kings XI Punjab
         14
            4
           10
            0
           8
      -0.646

      2017 (India)

      • It goes from 5 April-21 May 2017.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 705 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Glen Maxwell (KXIP) hit a total of 26 sixes in just 14 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Ben Stock (SRH) was selected for the player of the series because he was made 316 runs and taking 12 wickets. 
      •  David Warner (SRH) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 641 runs in 14 innings with the help of 1 century and 4 fifties.
      • Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) was elected for the most wickets takers, (26 wickets).
      • MI (Mumbai Indians) was the champion while Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) was the Runners-up
      • On 21 May 2017, MI defeated RPS by 1 run in the final at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
       Pld
      W
      L
      NR
      Pts
      NRR
      Mumbai Indian(C)
      14
      10
      4
      0
      20
      +0.784
      Rising Pune Supergiant
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.176
      Sunrisers Hyderabad
      14
      8
      5
      1
      17
      +0.599
      Kolkata Knight Riders
      14
      8
      6
      0
      16
      +0.641
      Kings XI Punjab
      14
      7
      7
      0
      14
      –0.009
      Delhi Daredevils
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      −0.512
      Gujarat Lions
      14
      4
      10
      0
      8
      −0.412
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
      14
      3
      10
      1
      7
      −1.299

      2018 (India)

      • Again CSK & RR return in the IPL after kick-off from the IPL for the two years due to suspension for the involvement of the respective owners in the 2013 IPL betting case.
      • It goes from 7 April-27 May 2018.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 872 sixes hit this year.
      • This year R.Pant (Delhi Capital) hit a total of 37 sixes in just 14 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Sunil Narine (KKR) was selected for the player of the series because he was made 357 runs and taking 17 wickets. 
      •  Kane Williamson (SRH) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 735 runs in 17 innings with the help of 8 fifties.
      • Andrew Tye (KXIP) was elected for the most wickets takers, (24 wickets).
      • Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the champion while Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) was the Runners-up
      • On 27 May 2018, CSK defeated RPS by 8 wickets in the final at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
      Pld
      W
      L
      NR
      Pts
      NRR
      Sunrisers Hyderabad(R)
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.284
      Chennai Super Kings  (C)
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.253
      Kolkata Knight Riders
      14
      8
      6
      0
      16
      -0.070
      Rajasthan Royal
      14
      7
      7
      0
      14
      -0.250
      Mumbai Indians
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      +0.317
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      +0.129
      Kings XI Punjab
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      -0.502
      Delhi Daredevils
      14
      5
      9
      0
      10
      -0.222

      2019 (India)

      • It goes from 23 March-12 May 2019.
      • A total of 8 teams participates in this tournament.
      • This is a double round-robin and Playoff tournament formates.
      • A total of 60 matches was played this year.
      • A total of 784 sixes hit this year.
      • This year Andre Russell (KKR) hit a total of 52 sixes in just 14 matches and became the highest six-hitting player of this year.
      • Andre Russell (KKR) was selected for the player of the series because he was made 510 runs and taking 11 wickets. 
      •  David Warner (SRH) was selected for the most runs because he made a total of 692 runs in 12 innings with the help of 1 century and 8 fifties.
      • Imran Tahir (CSK) was elected for the most wickets takers, (26 wickets).
      • MI (Mumbai Indians) was the champion while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was the Runners-up
      • On 12 May 2019, MI defeated CSK by 1 run in the final at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.

      Teams and Standings

      Team
      Pld
      W
      L
      NR
      Pts
      NRR
      Mumbai Indians (C)
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.421
      Chennai Super Kings (R)
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.131
      Delhi Capitals
      14
      9
      5
      0
      18
      +0.044
      Sunrisers Hyderabad
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      +0.577
      Kolkata Knight Riders
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      +0.028
      Kings XI Punjab
      14
      6
      8
      0
      12
      –0.251
      Rajasthan Royals
      14
      5
      8
      1
      11
      –0.449
      Royal Challengers Bangalore
      14
      5
      8
      1
      11
      –0.607









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