IPL winner list from 2008 to 2023 with captain, runner up, location and date

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πŸ”΄ list of IPL winners, runners-up, dates, captains, runner-up captains, and locations

IPL winner list from 2008 to 2023

1. The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in India.
2. It was founded in 2008 and has since become one of the most popular and lucrative cricket leagues worldwide.
3. IPL features franchise teams representing different cities and states of India, competing in a fast-paced T20 format.
4. The league attracts top international and Indian players, making it a platform for talent and entertainment.
5. IPL matches are known for their electrifying atmosphere, with enthusiastic fans, cheerleaders, and music.
6. The league has contributed significantly to the growth of cricket’s popularity and commercialization.
7. Teams like Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, and Kolkata Knight Riders have gained massive fan followings.
8. IPL auctions are a major event, where teams bid for players to build their squads for the season.
9. The IPL season usually takes place annually between March and May.
10. While celebrated for its excitement, the IPL has also faced controversies over the years, including issues related to match-fixing and player discipline.

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πŸ”΄ 1- 2008: Rajasthan Royals (Winner)
βœ” Chennai Super Kings (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 18 – June 1
βœ” Captain: Shane Warne (Rajasthan Royals) βœ” M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

 

IPL winner list with captain

πŸ”΄ 2- 2009: Deccan Chargers (Winner)
βœ” Royal Challengers Bangalore (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 18 – May 24
βœ” Captain: Adam Gilchrist (Deccan Chargers) βœ” Anil Kumble (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Anil Kumble (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Location: Various venues in South Africa (due to general elections in India)

IPL winner list with runner up captain

 

πŸ”΄ 3- 2010: Chennai Super Kings(Winner)Β  βœ” Mumbai Indians (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: March 12 – April 25
βœ” Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings) βœ” Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

IPL winner list with final match date

πŸ”΄ 4- 2011: Chennai Super Kings (Winner)
βœ” Royal Challengers Bangalore (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 8 – May 28
βœ” Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)

βœ” Daniel Vettori (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Daniel Vettori (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

 

IPL winner list with final match location

 

πŸ”΄ 5- 2012: Kolkata Knight Riders (Winner)
βœ” Chennai Super Kings (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 4 – May 27
βœ” Captain: Gautam Gambhir (Kolkata Knight Riders)
βœ” M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

IPL winner list width final match location

 

πŸ”΄ 6 2013: Mumbai Indians (Winner)
βœ” Chennai Super Kings (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 3 – May 26
βœ” Captain: Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
βœ” M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

IPL Champion list from 2008 to 2023

 

πŸ”΄ 7- 2014: Kolkata Knight Riders(Winner)
βœ” Kings XI Punjab (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 16 – June 1
βœ” Captain: Gautam Gambhir (Kolkata Knight Riders)
βœ” George Bailey (Kings XI Punjab)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: George Bailey (Kings XI Punjab)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

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πŸ”΄ 8- 2015: Mumbai Indians (Winner)
βœ” Chennai Super Kings (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 8 – May 24
βœ” Captain: Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians) βœ” M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

πŸ”΄ 9- 2016: Sunrisers Hyderabad (Winner)
βœ” Royal Challengers Bangalore (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 9 – May 29
βœ” Captain: David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
βœ” Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

πŸ”΄ 10- 2017: Mumbai Indians (Winner)
βœ” Rising Pune Supergiant (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 5 – May 21
βœ” Captain: Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians) βœ” Steve Smith (Rising Pune Supergiant)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Steve Smith (Rising Pune Supergiant)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

πŸ”΄ 11- 2018: Chennai Super Kings (Winner)
βœ” Sunrisers Hyderabad (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: April 7 – May 27
βœ” Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings) βœ” Kane Williamson (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Kane Williamson (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

 

πŸ”΄ 12- 2019: Mumbai Indians (Winner)
βœ” Chennai Super Kings (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: March 23 – May 12
βœ” Captain: Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
βœ” M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: M.S. Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Location: Various venues in India

 

πŸ”΄ 13- 2020: Mumbai Indians (Winner)
βœ” Delhi Capitals (Runner-up)
βœ” Date: September 19 – November 10 (Delayed due to COVID-19)
βœ” Captain: Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians)
βœ” Shreyas Iyer (Delhi Capitals)
βœ” Runner-up Captain: Shreyas Iyer (Delhi Capitals)
βœ” Location: United Arab Emirates

 

πŸ”΄ 14 – 2021 Chennai Super Kings (Winner)
βœ” Kolkata Knight Riders (Runner-up)
βœ” Captain- MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)
βœ” Captain- Brendon McCullum ( Kolkata Knight Riders )
βœ” Date – 15 October 2021
βœ” Location: Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Duba

πŸ”΄15- 2022 Gujarat Titan (Winner)
βœ” Rajasthan Royal (Runner-up)
βœ” Captain- Hardik Pandya (Gujarat item)
βœ” Captain- Sanju Samson (Rajasthan Royal)
βœ” Date- 29 May 2022
βœ” location :- Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad

πŸ”΄16- 2023 Chennai Super King winner
βœ” Gujarat Titan (runner up)
βœ” Captain- Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Chennai Super King)
βœ” Captain- Hardik Pandya (Gujarat Titan)
βœ” Location – Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
βœ” Date – May 29/ 2023

πŸ”΄ Indian Premier League (IPL) winner list

1. 2008 – Rajasthan Royals
2. 2009 – Deccan Chargers
3. 2010 – Chennai Super Kings
4. 2011 – Chennai Super Kings
5. 2012 – Kolkata Knight Riders
6. 2013 – Mumbai Indians
7. 2014 – Kolkata Knight Riders
8. 2015 – Mumbai Indians
9. 2016 – Sunrisers Hyderabad
10. 2017 – Mumbai Indians
11. 2018 – Chennai Super Kings
12. 2019 – Mumbai Indians
13. 2020 – Mumbai Indians
14. 2021 – Chennai Super King
15.2022 – Gujarat Titan
16.2023 – Chennai Super King

 

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