Updated: March 15, 2021
Author: Staff Writer

Indian Premier League Historical Results

Indian Premier League history goes back to 2008, when the first edition was played. Since then, it has grown to be one of the biggest sports leagues on the planet. It is only getting more and more popular each year, especially with Indian cricket betting players.

But what about Indian Premier League history? Here is a look back at past results.

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Who Has Won The Most Titles In Indian Premier League History?

Indian Premier League History For Each Season

IPL 11: Season 2018

The eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League took place in 2018 and once again, cricket fans across India and beyond were treated to a thrilling competition. Known as the Vivo IPL for sponsorship purposes, we said goodbye to the temporary franchises of Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiant, and welcomed back Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings from their two-year suspensions.

Both of those teams made it through to the playoffs, but it was Chennai who were ultimately victorious, claiming their third IPL title. MS Dhoni and his CSK side beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by eight wickets in the final, thanks largely to a brilliant hundred from Shane Watson.

Player of the series was Sunil Narine, who had a brilliant all-round campaign for Kolkata Knight Riders with both bat and ball.

Winners: Chennai Super Kings

Man of the Series: Sunil Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders) 357 runs and 17 wickets

Most Wickets: Andrew Tye (Kings XI Punjab) 24 wickets

Most Runs: Kane Williamson (Sunrisers Hyderabad) 735 runs

IPL 10: Season 2017

Another thrilling IPL campaign draws to a close and we witnessed one of the most dramatic finals ever, with Mumbai Indians claiming victory over the Rising Pune Supergiant by just one run. It was Mumbai’s third title, a landmark that makes them the most successful side in Indian Premier League history and having finished on top of the groups, it was well deserved. Royal Challengers Bangalore started the season as favourites, but were missing Virat Kohli and AB De Villiers at the start. The two key men returned, but couldn’t prevent a poor opening from turning into a disaster as RCB finished bottom.

Losing finalists Pune recovered well after a slow start and deserved their place in the final, but just fell short in their run chase. There was, however, the consolation of having Ben Stokes named as the tournament’s most valuable player after a great all round display. As for the Purple and Orange Caps, those awards were claimed by the Sunrisers Hyderabad with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and David Warner leading the way, but it wasn’t enough to get the team past the eliminator.

So, it’s on to 2018 and we hope for another thrilling edition of the world’s best T20 competition.

Winners: Mumbai Indians

Man of the Series: Ben Stokes, Rising Pune Supergiant: 12 matches, 316 runs, highest score 103*, 12 wickets, best bowling 3/18, 5 catches.

Most Wickets: Bhuvneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 26 wickets from 14 matches at an average of 14.19

Most Runs: David Warner Sunrisers Hyderabad. 641 runs from 14 matches at an average of 58.27

IPL 9: Season 2016

The 2016 of IPL, also known as Vivo IPL 2016 due to sponsorship, was filled with excitement. Sunrisers Hyderabad upset the favorites, Royal Challengers Bangalore with a close win by eight runs. The season began with a bit of a shakeup as two teams took the place of the suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, who are set to make their return in 2018. RCB were favorites from the beginning and remained strong apart from a few setbacks, but SRH were able to battle through and take the title in a surprise ending.

Virat Kohli was a standout and took the title of man of the series for his massive total of 973 runs in 16 matches.

Winner: Sunrisers Hyderabad

Man of the Series: Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 16 matches, 973 runs, 0 wickets

Most wickets: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Sunrisers Hyderabad) – 23

Most runs: Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 973

IPL 8: Season 2015

The Mumbai Indians secured their second IPL championship with their win over the Chennai Super Kings, winning by 41 runs. The player of the match was Rohit Sharma, Mumbai’s captain. The season was not without scandal. Both the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were suspended for the 2016 and 2017 seasons after it was found that their respective owners were involved in illegal betting on IPL cricket. These teams have been temporarily replaced by Rising Pune Supergiants and Team Rajkot.

Winner: Mumbai Indians

Man of the Series: Andre Russell (Kolkata Knight Riders)

Most wickets: Dwayne Bravo (Chennai Super Kings) – 26

Most Runs: David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad) – 562

IPL 7: Season 2014

The Kolkata Knight Riders won their second IPL title in IPL 7, beating Kings XI Punjab in the final by three wickets. The first several matches were played outside of India in the United Arab Emirates due to a lack of security provisions that the league requested during the Indian general election. Because of the withdrawal of the Pune Warriors India, there were only eight teams competing during the 2014 season. Another interesting change came this year with the player auction, which was conducted using Indian Rupees instead of USD.

Winner: Kolkata Knight Riders

Man of the Series: Glenn Maxwell (King XI Punjab) 16 matches, 552 runs, 36 6’s,

Most wickets: MM Sharma (Chennai Super Kings) – 23

Most Runs: RV Uthappa (Kolkata Knight Riders) – 660

IPL 6: Season 2013

The Mumbai Indians won their first IPL tournament in 2013 beating the Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs allowing Sachin Tendulkar to retire from IPL on a high note. Shane Watson earned his second Man of the Series in IPL 6 with 543 runs and 13 wickets in 16 matches. This season saw the departure of the Pune Warriors, who withdrew over a disagreement with the IPL organization.

Winner: Mumbai Indians

Man of the Series: Shane Watson (Rajasthan Royals) 16 matches, 13 wickets, 543 runs

Most wickets: Dwayne Bravo (Chennai Super Kings) – 32

Most Runs: Michael Hussey (Chennai Super Kings) – 733

IPL 5: Season 2012

The 2012 season of IPL concluded with an exciting matchup between the defending champions, Chennai Super Kings, and the Kolkata Knight Riders. Kolkata won the final match by five wickets. The series ran from April 4th to May 27th. The top three teams from IPL 5, Kokata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Daredevils, will play in the 2012 T20 cricket tournament (October 10th – 28th), representing India.

Winner: Kolkata Knight Riders

Man of the Series: Sunil Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders) 15 matches, 24 wickets, Average 13.5, Econ Rate 5.47

Most wickets: Morne Morkel (Delhi Daredevils) – 25

Most Runs: Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 733

IPL 4: Season 2011

The fourth season of IPL had 10 teams participate with 74 matches played. The tournament began on April 8th and ran until May 28th for a total of 50 days. IPL 4 was won by the IPL 3 champions, the Chennai Super Kings, who beat out Royal Challengers Bangalore by a total of 58 runs.

Winner: Chennai Super Kings

Man of the Series: Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 12 matches, 608 runs, 8 wickets, Econ Rate 6.77

Most wickets: Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians) – 28

Most Runs: Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 608

IPL 3: Season 2010

The third IPL season hosted eight teams with 60 matches. It lasted for 34 days, beginning March 12th and ending April 15th. The final game was played between the Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians. The Kings topped the Indians in the first ever cricket tournament that was shown live via YouTube.

Winner: Chennai Super Kings

Man of the Series: Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians) – 15 matches, 618 runs

Most wickets: Pragyan Ojha (Mumbai Indians) – 21

Most Runs: Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians) – 618

IPL 2: Season 2009

The 2009 season boasted more than 200 million viewers just in India. There were 59 matches played with eight teams. The tournament began on April 18th and ended May 24th with a duration of 36 days. The final match was between Deccan Chargers and the Royal Challengers Bangalore. It should be noted that the Deccan Chargers came in last in the 2008 IPL.

Winner: Deccan Chargers

Man of the Series: Adam Gilchrist (Deccan Chargers) – 16 matches, 495 runs, 18 dismissals

Most wickets: RP Singh (Deccan Chargers) – 23

Most Runs: Matthew Hayden (Chennai Super Kings) – 23

IPL 1: Season 2008

The 2008 tournament was the first season in Indian Premier League history. It began April 18th and had a duration of 46 days. There were eight teams, with 59 matches scheduled. One match was not played due to rain. It came to an exciting conclusion that was decided on the last ball. The Rajasthan Royals beat out the Chennai Super Kings in the final. The total attendance was about 3.4 million.

Winner: Rajasthan Royals

Man of the Series: Shane Watson (Rajasthan Royals) – 15 matches, 472 runs, 17 wickets

Most wickets: Sohail Tanvir (Rajasthan Royals) – 22

Most runs: Shaun Marsh (Kings XI Punjab) – 616