A Comprehensive Overview: List of IPL Winners

A Comprehensive Overview: List of IPL Winners

The 2024 Indian Premier League began on 22nd March while the greatly-anticipated tournament will end on 26th May. A sum of 74 games will be played this time around also. 10 teams will battle with each other for slightly over 2 months to lift the IPL 2024 Cup. check out the history of IPL from 2023 back to 2008. Take a peek at the IPL Champions list: IPL Successors and Runners Ups from 2008 to 2023. 

IPL Champions List: IPL Successors and Runners from 2008 to 2023

List of IPL Champions



Runner Up – Gujarat 

Most Runs – Shubman Gill (890 Runs) 

Most Wickets – Mohammed Shami (28 Wickets) 

The 2023 IPL season witnessed the return of Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings to their form and qualifying for the Premier League playoffs after concluding at the ending half of the points table in the former season. In the elevated-voltage 2023 IPL Finals between CSK and defending champions Gujarat Titans, which was pushed forward to the reserve day because of rain was triumphed by MS Dhoni-led Super Kings. Chennai therefore emulated MI to lift their record-matching 5th IPL trophy.  



Runner Up – Rajasthan 

Most Runs – Jos Buttler (863 Runs)

Most Wickets – Yuzvendra Chahal (27 Wickets)

The 2022 IPL season saw 2 more teams being included in the premier league: Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans. Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans defeated Sanju Samson-led Rajasthan Royals in the final held at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad in the IPL final and came out victorious in their debut season to imitate the Royals’, who lifted the IPL Cup in the inaugural edition. 



Runner Up – Kolkata 

Most Runs – Ruturaj Gaikwad (635 Runs)

Most Wickets – Harshal Patel (32 Wickets)

Following a disheartening show during the 2020 IPL, MS Dhoni-led CSK came back fiercely next year. In the tournament which also took place in the UAE, beating KKR in the final and won their 4th IPL title.  



Runner Up – Mumbai 

Most Runs – Lokesh Rahul (670 Runs)

Most Wickets – Kagiso Rabada (30 Wickets)

Rohit Sharma-led MI side successfully defended their title in the tournament which was held in the UAE because of the Covid-19 pandemic. MI beat Shreyas Iyer-led DC in the final to lift their record-expanding 5th IPL Cup. 



Runner Up – Chennai 

Most Runs – David Warner (692 Runs)

Most Wickets – Imran Tahir (26 Wickets)

Defending Champions CSK entered the final for the straight 2nd time but Rohit Sharma-led MIs paused their campaign in the 2019 IPL final. Mumbai won the high-strung contest by 1 run to lift their 4th IPL Cup. 



Runner Up – Hyderabad 

Most Runs – Kane Williamson (735 Runs)

Most Wickets – Andrew Tye (24 Wickets) 

RR and CSK were reinstated in the Indian League in 2018 after servicing 2 years suspension. Dhoni returned as the captain of his IPL team and led CSK to their 3rd trophy right away. In the finals, CSK beat  Kane Williamson-led Sunrisers Hyderabad. 



Runner Up – Pune 

Most Runs – DA Warner (641 Runs)

Most Wickets – Bhuvneshwar Kumar (26 Wickets)

Mumbai Indians made history in 2017 by beating Rising Pine Supergiants by a slim one-run margin in an anxious final to lift their 3rd IPL Cup. Steve Smith was leading the RPS team. 



Runner Up – Bangalore 

Most Runs – V Kohli (973 Runs)

Most Wickets – Bhuvneshwar Kumar (23 Wickets) 

Sunrisers Hyderabad came out as the champions of the 2016 IPL. Led by David Warner, Hyderabad beat Virat Kohli-led RCB in the IPL final to lift their maiden IPL Cup. 



Runner Up – Chennai 

Most Runs – DA Warner (562 Runs)

Most Wickets – DJ Bravo (26 Wickets)

MI won their IPL Cup in 2015 and beat their arch-rivals CSK in the Final. The Rohit Sharma-led team became the 3rd team following KKR and CSK to win the Cup more than one time. 



Runner Up – Punjab 

Most Runs – RV Uthappa (660 Runs)

Most Wickets – M Sharma (23 Wickets)

KKR won their 2nd League trophy under the captaincy of Gautam Gambhir. KKR beat Punjab in the 2014 IPL Final. 



Runner Up – Chennai 

Most Runs – MEK Hussey (733 Runs)

Most Wickets – DJ Bravo (32 Wickets)

MI were crowned champions in the league during the 2013 season as they beat CSK in the final. MI lifted their maiden title under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. 



Runner Ups – Chennai 

Most Runs – CH Gayle (733 Runs)

Most Wickets – M Morkel (25 Wickets)

KKR emerged victorious during the 2012 IPL under the captaincy of Gautam Gambhir. The Riders defeated the Kings in the IPL final and dashed Chennai’s hopes of lifting their 3rd straight Cup. 



Runner Up – Bangalore 

Most Runs – CH Gayle (608 Runs)

Most Wickets – SL Malinga (28 Wickets)

CSK preserved their title the ensuing year and became the initial team in the IPL history to lift the Cup several times. Royal Challengers Banglore whom Daniel Vettori captained at this time entered the IPL final for the 2nd time but once again failed to cross the finishing line. 



Runner Up – Mumbai

Most Runs – SR Tendulkar (618 Runs)

Most Wickets – PP Ojha (21 Wickets) 

The 2010 IPL season came home the next year. Dhoni-led CSK got their hands on the elusive silverware by coming out as champions in 2010 for the first time. The Kings defeated Tendulkar-led MI in the final to lift the maiden IPL trophy. 



Runner Up – Bangalore 

Most Runs – ML Hayden (572 Runs)

Most Wickets – RP Singh (23 Wickets) 

The 2009 IPL edition was held in South Africa because of the general elections being held in India. The Deccan Chargers led by Adam Gilchrist beat Anil Kumble captained RCB in the final to lift the Cup in the 2nd edition of the money-rich league. 



Runner Up – Chennai 

Most Runs – SE Marsh (616 Runs)

Most Wickets – Sohail Tanvir (22 Wickets) 

The introductory season of the IPL was held in 2008 where eight teams took part. Under the captaincy of the Australian spin Legend Shane Warne, RR emerged as the winner by beating CSK in the gains. The 2007 T20 World Cup-winning Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the captain of the CSK team. 

Number of IPL Cup Wins by a Team 

IPL Winner Team Teams Season 
Chennai 5 times 2023, 2021, 2018, 2011, 2010
Mumbai 5 times 2020, 2019, 2017, 2015, 2013
Kolkata 2 times 2014, 2012
Deccan1 time 2009
Rajasthan 1 time 2008
Hyderabad 1 time 2016
Gujarat 1 time 2022

IPL Man of the Match and Winning Team Captain 

Season CaptainWinner Man of the Match 
16MS Dhoni Chennai Devon Conway
15Hardik Pandya Gujarat Hardik Pandya
14MS DhoniChennai Faf du Plessis
13Rohit SharmaMumbai Trent Boult
12Rohit SharmaMumbai Jasprit Bumrah
11MS DhoniChennai Shane Watson
10Rohit SharmaMumbai Krunal Pandya
9David Warner Hyderabad Ben Cutting
8Rohit SharmaMumbai Rohit Sharma
7Gautam GambhirKolkata Manish Pandey
6Rohit Sharma Mumbai Kieron Pollard
5Gautam GambhirKolkata Manvinder Bisla
4MS DhoniChennai Murali Vijay
3MS DhoniChennai Suresh Raina
2Adam GilchristDeccan Anil Kumble
1Shane WarneRajasthan Yusuf Pathan

IPL Orange Cap Successors History 

Year Player Runs HS S/R 
2023Shubman Gill (Gujarat)17890129157.80
2022Jos Buttler (Rajasthan)17863116140.05
2021Ruturaj Gaikwad (Chennai)16635101136.27
2020Lokesh Rahul (Punjab)14670132129.34
2019David Warner (Hyderabad)12692100143.87
2018Kane Williamson (Hyderabad)1773584142.44
2017David Warner (Hyderabad)14641126141.81
2016Virat Kohli (Banglore)16973113152.03
2015David Warner (Hyderabad)1456291156.54
2014Robin Uthappa (Kolkata)1666083137.78
2013Michael Hussey (Chennai)1773395129.50
2012Chris Gayle (Banglore) 15733128160.74
2011Chris Gayle (Banglore)12608107183.13
2010Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai)1561889132.61
2009ML Hayden (Chennai)1657289144.81
2008Shaun Marsh (Punjab) 11616115139.68

IPL Purple Cap Successors History 

Year Player Wickets Eco 
2023Mohammed Shami (Gujarat) 17288.03
2022Yuzvendra Chahal (Rajasthan)17277.75
2021Harshal Patel (Banglore)15328.14
2020Kagiso Rabada (Punjab)17308.34
2019Imran Tahir (Chennai)17266.69
2018Andrew Tye (Rajasthan)14248.00
2017Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Hyderabad)14267.05
2016Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Hyderabad)17237.42
2015Dwayne Bravo (Chennai)17268.14
2014Mohit Sharma (Chennai)16238.39
2013Dwayne Bravo (Chennai)18327.95
2012Morne Morkel (Delhi)16257.19
2011Lasith Malinga (Mumbai)16285.95
2010Pragyan Ojha (Deccan)16217.29
2009RP Singh (Deccan)16236.98
2008Sohail Tanvir (Rajasthan)11226.46

IPL History – Numbers of IPL Cup Wins by a Team 

Mumbai Indians have been one of the most successful franchises in the history of the IPL as they have won 5 titles. The Mumbai-based team, who won their initial IPL trophy in 2013, have lifted five IPL Cups in the following 8 years. By the 2020 IPL, MI – who was being captained by Rohit Sharma – have 5 trophies in their cabinet. MI are pursued by CSK who have won 5 times under the leadership of MS Dhoni. 


  1. How many IPL trophies has SRH lifted? 
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad won the IPL trophy in the 2016 season. 
  1. When was the last time that RR won an IPL season? 
  •  RR lifted the IPL Cup last time in 2008. 
  1. When was the last time MI won an IPL season? 
  • MI lifted the IPL Cup last time in 2020. 
  1. When was the last time KKR last won an IPL season? 
  • KKR lifted the IPL Cup last time in 2014. 
  1. Which team has won the majority of IPL trophies? 
  • CSK as well as MI have won the majority of trophies – 5 per team. 
  1. How many titles in the IPL has GT lifted? 
  • GT won the title in the 2022 IPL season. 
  1. When did Sunrisers Hyderabad last win an IPL season? 
  • SRH lifted the IPL trophy last time in 2016. 
  1. When was the last time CSK won an IPL season? 
  • CSK lifted the IPL Cup last time in 2023
  1. How many IPL Cups has KKR won? 
  • KKR has won 2 IPL trophies, one in 2012 and the other in 2014. 
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