The Indian Head Association (IPL) is the most strongly challenged T20 association on the planet as it includes the best cricketers from everywhere around the globe. Franchises must play well for 16 to 17 matches over the course of two months in order to win the IPL trophy.
A commander needs to make a decent winning mix and lead his soldiers and make them play overall quite well. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, the tournament’s two most successful franchises, have figured out how to win the IPL.
Mumbai has brought home the championship multiple times driven by Rohit Sharma while Chennai has additionally come out on top for the championship multiple times under MS Dhoni’s initiative. The Kolkata Knight Riders are the tournament’s third-most successful team, having won the title twice under Gautam Gambhir’s leadership in 2012 and 2014.
Additionally, Hyderabad holds two titles. They won for the first time in 2009 as the highly regarded Deccan Chargers, and they won again in 2016 as the Sunrisers Hyderabad, led by David Warner. During Rajasthan Royals’ inaugural season in 2008, Shane Warne became the first captain to win an IPL title.
In contrast, Hardik Pandya’s Gujarat Titans also won the trophy in their inaugural season in 2022. Let’s take a look at the IPL winners from 2008 to 2023 as another season ended.
CSK Winners List of IPL :
|2023||Chennai Super Kings||Gujarat Titans|
|2022||Gujarat Titans||Rajasthan Royals|
|2021||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata Knight Riders|
|2020||Mumbai Indians||Delhi Capitals|
|2019||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||Sunrisers Hyderabad|
|2017||Mumbai Indians||Rising Pune Supergiants|
|2016||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|2015||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings|
|2014||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kings XI Punjab|
|2013||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings|
|2012||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai Super Kings|
|2011||Chennai Super Kings||Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|2010||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai Indians|
|2009||Deccan Chargers||Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|2008||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai Super Kings|