Get ready, cricket lovers! The IPL is back, y’all, and it’s hotter than ever! Teams are accelerating for epic showdowns. CSK and Royal Challengers are going to get the party started March 22nd in Chennai’s stunning stadium.

Imagine a giant cricket bash with players from everywhere! IPL is just that! Crazy skills and insane plays collide in this cricket mashup! Remember the Rajasthan Royals’ epic win? Classic stuff! Now, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings rule the trophy roost, but others are hungry! Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals, Punjab Kings – all itching to dethrone the champs!

And wait, there’s more! A new team, the Lucknow Supergiants, joins the fray! Could they be this year’s surprise champions? The suspense is killing me! This cricket season promises to be epic. Get ready for nonstop cricketing fun! Let’s goooo!

Year by year, the IPL, a mix of brilliant cricket and suspenseful plays, explodes like a bomb. Get ready for unexpected wins, dominant teams and rivalries.

IPL Winners and Runners-up List from 2008 to 2023:

YearWinnerWon ByRunner-upVenue
2023Chennai Super Kings5 wicketsGujarat TitansNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
2022Gujarat Titans7 wicketsRajasthan RoyalsNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
2021Chennai Super Kings27 runsKolkata Knight RidersDubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
2020Mumbai Indians5 wicketsDelhi CapitalsDubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
2019Mumbai Indians1 runChennai Super KingsRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
2018Chennai Super Kings8 wicketsSunrisers HyderabadWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
2017Mumbai Indians1 runRising Pune SupergiantsRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
2016Sunrisers Hyderabad8 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreM. Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
2015Mumbai Indians41 runsChennai Super KingsEden Gardens, Kolkata
2014Kolkata Knight Riders3 wicketsKings XI PunjabM. Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
2013Mumbai Indians23 runsChennai Super KingsEden Gardens, Kolkata
2012Kolkata Knight Riders5 wicketsChennai Super KingsM.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
2011Chennai Super Kings58 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreM.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
2010Chennai Super Kings22 runsMumbai IndiansDY Patil Stadium, Mumbai
2009Deccan Chargers6 runsRoyal Challengers BangaloreWanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
2008Rajasthan Royals3 wicketsChennai Super KingsDY Patil Stadium, Mumbai

IPL Winning Captains, Player of the Match and Players of the tournament

IPL is not typical cricket! It’s like a huge funfair! The wise captains make all the strategies while very strong players can hit balls far away into the crowd. Do you remember Shane? Well, in that inaugural IPL match (remember back in 2008?), he was not only leading his team, Rajasthan Royals but a great bowler who took a lot of wickets totaling to nineteen! Not only this he also won a shiny award for being the best player across the entire game. This is called leading by example!

Some fantastic players like Sachin, Chris Gayle and Virat Kohli are simply good at playing alone and they have special awards for being the best player in whole season. However their teams couldn’t win IPL trophy which is supposed to be most expensive prize! How strange this might seem? Cricket sometimes appears as complex as it is.

CaptainTeamIPL Wins
MS DhoniChennai Super Kings (CSK)5
Rohit SharmaMumbai Indians (MI)5
Gautam GambhirKolkata Knight Riders (KKR)2

Winners, captains, Man of the Match, and Player of the Tournament for each IPL season from 2008 to 2023.

YearWinnerCaptainMan Of The MatchPlayer Of The Tournament
2023Chennai Super KingsMS DhoniDevon ConwayShubman Gill
2022Gujarat TitansHardik PandyaHardik PandyaJos Buttler
2021Chennai Super KingsMS DhoniFaf du PlessisHarshal Patel
2020Mumbai IndiansRohit SharmaTrent BoultJofra Archer
2019Mumbai IndiansRohit SharmaJasprit BumrahAndre Russell
2018Chennai Super KingsMS DhoniShane WatsonSunil Narine
2017Mumbai IndiansRohit SharmaKrunal PandyaBen Stokes
2016Sunrisers HyderabadDavid WarnerBen CuttingVirat Kohli
2015Mumbai IndiansRohit SharmaRohit SharmaAndre Russell
2014Kolkata Knight RidersGautam GambhirManish PandeyGlenn Maxwell
2013Mumbai IndiansRohit SharmaKieron PollardShane Watson
2012Kolkata Knight RidersGautam GambhirManvinder BislaSunil Narine
2011Chennai Super KingsMS DhoniMurali VijayChris Gayle
2010Chennai Super KingsMS DhoniSuresh RainaSachin Tendulkar
2009Deccan ChargersAdam GilchristAnil KumbleAdam Gilchrist
2008Rajasthan RoyalsShane WarneYusuf PathanShane Watson

Teams with Most IPL Titles

Below you can see clearly the teams with the most IPL titles and a more detailed view of each of it.

IPL TeamIPL TrophyIPL Winner
Mumbai Indians (MI)5 times2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)5 times2010, 2011, 2018, 2021, 2023
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)2 times2012, 2014
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)1 time2016
Rajasthan Royals (RR)1 time2008
Deccan Chargers (DC)1 time2009
Gujarat Titans (GT)1 time2022

IPL Orange Cap Winners

You all know that orange cap is awarded to the batsman who scores most runs in a season. A number of players among these have been highest run scorer for sixteen years and have won the orange cap. And you can see the entire winner list clearly with their innings, runs, highest score and lot more detailed data.

IPL Orange Cap Winners List from 2008 to 2023:

YearWinners (Player)InningsRunsHighest ScoreAverageStrike Rate501004s6s
2008Shaun Marsh (PBKS)1161611568.44139.68515926
2009Matthew Hayden (CSK)125728952144.81506022
2010Sachin Tendulkar (MI)156188947.53132.6150863
2011Chris Gayle (RCB)1260810767.55183.13325744
2012Chris Gayle (RCB)1473312861.08160.74714659
2013Michael Hussey (CSK)177339552.35129.5608117
2014Robin Uthappa (KKR)166608344137.78507418
2015David Warner (SRH)145629143.23156.54706521
2016Virat Kohli (RCB)1697311381.08152.03748338
2017David Warner (SRH)1464112658.27141.81416326
2018Kane Williamson (SRH)177358452.5142.44806428
2019David Warner (SRH)1269210069.2143.87815721
2020KL Rahul (PBKS)14670132*55.83129.34515823
2021Ruturaj Gaikwad (CSK)16635101*45.35136.26416423
2022Jos Buttler (RR)1786311657.53149.05448345
2023Shubman Gill1789012959.33157.80438533

IPL Purple Cap Winners

IPL games are nothing but big hits and great catches! The player who takes lots of wickets across a whole season is given special hat called purple cap. It’s like star mark for bowling!

There are some bowlers that win this cap twice which absolutely show that they are very good. Bhuvi, the swing king, and Dwayne Bravo, the champion dancer, both got the Purple Cap twice! Imagine getting the most outs all season, not just once, but twice! That’s super duper hard! Bravo won in 2013 and 2015, and Bhuvi won in 2016 and 2017.

Also Read: 2024 IPL at Wankhede: Team Performance, Records, and Standout Performances

IPL Purple Cap Winners List from 2008 to 2023:

2008Sohail TanveerRR1122
2009RP SinghDC1623
2010Pragyan OjhaDC1621
2011Lasith MalingaMI1628
2012Morne MorkelDC1625
2013Dwayne BravoCSK1832
2014Mohit SharmaCSK1623
2015Dwayne BravoCSK1626
2016Bhuvneshwar KumarSRH1723
2017Bhuvneshwar KumarSRH1426
2018Andrew TyePBKS1424
2019Imran TahirCSK1726
2020Kagiso RabadaDC1730
2021Harshal PatelRCB1532
2022Yuzvendra ChahalRR1727
2023Mohammed ShamiGT1728


  1. Name the teams who won the IPL?
    • Teams like Rajasthan Royals, Deccan Chargers, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad, and Gujarat Titans have won the IPL trophy.
  2. Which teams that won the IPL the most?
    • Mumbai Indians and CSK have won the IPL the maximum times. They’ve won it five times each!
  3. Can you tell the best team in IPL history?
    • Mumbai Indians are considered the best team in IPL history. They’ve won the most matches.
  4. Guess the times RCB won the IPL?
    • Royal Challengers Bangalore hasn’t won the IPL yet. RCB got runners-up in some years.
  5. The team who won the first IPL?
    • Rajasthan Royals won the very first IPL in 2008.
  6. Guess the no of times MI won the IPL?
    • Mumbai Indians have won the IPL trophy five times in different years.
  7. Guess how many times CSK won the IPL?
    • Chennai Super Kings have also won the IPL trophy five times in different years.

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