Cricket Australia established the Big Bash League in 2011 as a professional club Twenty20 cricket league in Australia. It is frequently abbreviated as BBL or Big Bash for reasons of sponsorship. It is referred to as the KFC Big Bash League. The KFC Twenty20 Large Slam has been supplanted by the Huge Slam Association, which currently includes eight establishments situated in urban areas as opposed to the six state groups that partook in the past rivalry.
The competition has been sponsored by KFC, a fast-food chain, ever since it began. It is one of the top ten domestic sports leagues in terms of average attendance, along with the Indian Premier League. One of the two T20 cricket leagues is this one. In the BBL 11 final, the Perth Scorchers defeated the Sydney Sixers by 79 runs to win in 2021 and 2022.
In the summer, Australia hosts BBL matches; from December to February The title has been won by six of the eight teams in the tournament at least once. The Perth Scorchers have won the association multiple times, remembering two years for a column. As a result, they are the league’s most successful team in its short history.
Three times, twice in a row, the Sydney Sixers have taken home the championship. The other four teams that have won the championship are the Sydney Thunder, the Adelaide Strikers, the Melbourne Renegades, and the Brisbane Heat.
Prior to 2014, the Champions League Twenty20 tournament, an annual international Twenty20 competition between the best domestic teams from various nations, was only open to the top two teams in the tournament. After the 2014 competition, the Bosses Association Twenty20 was as of now not present.
Winners List From 2011 To 2023 :
|2011–12||Sydney Sixers||Sixers won by 7 wickets|
|2012–13||Brisbane Heat||Heat won by 34 runs|
|2013–14||Perth Scorchers||Scorchers won by 39 runs|
|2014–15||Perth Scorchers||Scorchers won by 4 wickets|
|2015–16||Sydney Thunder||Thunder won by 3 wickets|
|2016–17||Perth Scorchers||Scorchers won by 9 wickets|
|2017–18||Adelaide Strikers||Strikers won by 25 runs|
|2018–19||Melbourne Renegades||Renegades won by 13 runs|
|2019–20||Sydney Sixers||Sixers won by 19 runs|
|2020–21||Sydney Sixers||Sixers won by 27 runs|
|2021–22||Perth Scorchers||Scorchers won by 79 runs|
|2022-23||Upcoming Season (13 December 2022 to 4 February 2023)|