Full details of all seasons of IPL with prize money

The Indian Premier League was organised by BOARD OF CONTROL FOR CRICKET IN INDIA (BCCI). BCCI anounced total of eight teams representing the eight different cities of Indai. Indian premier league is the highest attended cricket league in the world. In 2014, it was ranked 6th by average attendance among all the sports league in the world. In 2010, Indian Premier League became the first sport event which was broadcast live in youtube. The tournament is Round-Robin Group Knockout format. In 2019, it was estimated that the brand value of Indian Premier League is around ₹475 billion (approx 6.7 billion US$). According to BCCI the 8th edition of IPL (the 2015 IPL season) contributed ₹11.5 billion (160 million US$) to the GDP of the indian economy. 

There have been 12 IPL edition and the most dominating teams of IPL among all the IPL teams are CHENNAI SUPER KINGS and MUMBAI INDIANS. Currently the IPL title holder of current season is MUMBAI INDIANS. The vanue of the 13th IPL edition has changed because of the pandemic and it is currently taking place in United Arab Emirates (UAE).



THE DETAILS OF EACH EDITION OF IPL


• 1st Edition Of IPL [DLF IPL 2008]


It was April 2008 when the grand inaugural of the Indian Premier League took place in New Delhi, India. It was a new experience for the cricket fans because of the new dynamic Twenty20 league Tournament. When BCCI anounced this tournament, the hype for this was incredible. There were total of eight teams and representing 8 different cities of India. Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab, Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Daredevils were the top four teams which was qualified for the playoffs. The Champion of inaugural season of Indian Premier League was Rajasthan Royals. In the beginning of the IPL Rajasthan Royals were considered as the weakest team among all the teams of the tournament and after the first match of Royal's against Delhi Daredevils where they lost by 9 wickets it was confirmed that the RR will not be able to hold the good position on the table. After the first match of RR they won the 2nd match against Kings XI Punjab by 6 wickets and 11 bals remaining. After that they won 5 matches in a row proving themselves under the captaincy of Shane Warne. In the final RR defeated Chennai Super Kings by 3 wickets. They became the Champion of the inaugural IPL season (2008). 


Title sponsor 2008 IPL - DLF


Number Of Teams 2008 IPL - 8


Prize Money 2008 IPL:-


Winners - ₹4.8 crore

Runners-up - ₹2.4 crore


Matches Played - 59


Champions - Rajasthan Royals (1st title)

Runners-up - Chennai Super Kings


Player Of The Tournament - Shane Watson (472 runs and 17 wickets)


Orange Cap - Shaun Marsh [KXIP] (616 runs)


Purple Cap - Sohail Tanvir [RR] (22 wickets)


• 2nd Edition Of IPL [DLF IPL 2009]


The second edition of IPL was played between 18 April and 24 May 2009. The IPL 2009 was coincided with the 2009 Indian General Election and Government Of India refused to give the Security by Indian Paramilitary Forces that's why BCCI decided to host the second edition of Indian Premier League in South Africa. It was estimated that there were more than 200 million television audience in India alone. Although India was not hosting the Second Seas6 of IPL the format of the tournament did not change and remained the same as 2008 IPL season. The BCCI signed a contract of 82 billion rupees with multi screen media to broadcast the live IPL matches from South Africa to India. Deccan Chargers where the Champion of the second edition of IPL. Deccan Chargers defeated the Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 runs and became the Champions under the Captaincy of Adam Gilchrist. 


Title Sponsor 2009 IPL - DLF


Number Of Teams In 2009 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2009 IPL:-


Winners - ₹4.8 crore

Runners-up - ₹2.4 crore


Matches Played - 59


Champions - Deccan chargers (1st title)

Runners-up - Royal Challengers Bangalore


Player Of The Tournament - Adam Gilchrist [DC] (495 runs and 18 dismissals)


Orange Cup - Matthew Hayden [CSK] (572 runs)


Purple Cup - RP Shingh [DC] (23)



• 3rd Edition Of IPL [DLF IPL 2010]


The third edition of Indian Premier League was played between 12 March and 25 April 2010. It was the first ever Cricket Tournament which was live streamed on youtube. In 2010, The final four matches of the tournament were screened in 3D across the movie theatres in india. 

On 17 April, 2010 the 52nd match of the 2010 IPL season between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians which was to be played in M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. Two Time Bombs were exploded in the stadium where 15 people were injured. A third bomb was found and diffused outside the stadium. 

Chennai Super Kings were the Champions of third edition of the IPL. The final match was played between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians where CSK defeated MI by 22 runs. CSK won their first IPL title under MS Dhoni.


Title Sponsor Of 2010 IPL - DLF


Numbers Of Teams In 2010 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2010 IPL:-


Winners - ₹6 crore

Runners-up - ₹3 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Chennai Super Kings(1st title)

Runners-up - Mumbai Indians


Player Of The Tournament - Sachin Tendulkar [MI] (618 runs)


Orange Cap - Sachin Tendulkar [MI] (618 runs)


Purple Cap - Pragyan Ojha [DC] (21 wickets)



• 4th Edition Of IPL [DLF IPL 2011]


The Fourth edition of Indian Premier League was played from 8 April to 28 May 2011. The Opening and ending match of the tourna ment was played in M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai the home ground of Chennai Super Kings. In this IPL season the number of teams were increased from eight to ten with the addition of Pune Warriors India and Kochi Tuskers Kerela. This season Chennai Super Kings became the only team to be winning the IPL title more than once as they win the IPL 2011. In the final Chennai Super Kings defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 58 runs. CSK became the Champion again in a row. 


Title Sponsor Of 2011 IPL - DLF


Number Of Teams In 2011 IPL - 10


Prize Money Of 2011 IPL :-


Winners - ₹6 crore

Runners-up - ₹3 crore


Matches Played - 74


Champions - Chennai Super Kings (2nd title)

Runners-up - Royal Challengers Bangalore


Player of the Tournament - Chris Gayle [RCB] (608 runs and 8 wickets)


Orange Cap - Chris Gayle [RCB] (608 runs)


Purple Cap - Lasith Malinga [MI] (28 wickets)



• 5th Edition Of IPL [DLF IPL 2012]


The fifth edition of IPL was played between 4 April and 27 May 2012. In this season of IPL the teams went from ten to nine as the Kochi Tuskers Kerela were terminated because they breached the Terms of Condition oF BCCI. The table top four IPL teams in this season were Kolkata Knight Rider, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils. Kolkata Knight Riders were the Champions of the 2012 IPL season. In the final KKR defeated Chennai Super Kings by 5 wickets to win their first IPL title. 


Title Sponsor Of 2012 IPL - DLF


Number Of Teams in 2012 IPL - 9 


Prize Money Of 2012 IPL :-


Winners - ₹10 crore (2 million US$)

Runners-up - ₹7 crore(1.5 million US$)


Matches Played - 76


Champions - Kolkata Knight Riders (1st title)

Runners-up - Chennai Super Kings


Player of the Tournament - Sunil Narine [KKR]


Orange Cap - Chris Gayle [RCB] (733 runs)


Purple Cap - Morne Morkel [DD] (25 wickets)



• 6th Edition of IPL [Pepsi IPL 2013]


Sixth season of IPL was held from 3 April to 26 May 2013. In this season the rights of the title sponsor of IPL for DLF was over and so PepsiCo was the title sponsor for the 2013 IPL. In this season of IPL The Spot Fixing Case was revealed by delhi police. Three players of Rajasthan Royals were arrested. The Chapions of sixth edition of IPL was Mumbai Indians and it was their first IPL title. They defeated Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs in the final.


Title Sponsor Of 2013 IPL - PepsiCo


Number Of Teams in 2013 IPL - 9


Prize Money Of 2013 IPL :-


Winners - ₹10 crore

Runners-up - ₹7.5 crore


Matches Played - 76


Champions - Mumbai Indians (1st title)

Runners-up - Chennai Super Kings


Player Of The Tournament - Shane Watson [RR]


Orange Cap - Michael Hussey [CSK] (733 runs)


Purple Cap - Dwayne baravo [CSK] (32 wickets)



• 7th Edition Of IPL [Pepsi IPL 2014]


The 2014 IPL was hosted by jointly India and United Arab Emirates (UAE) because the home minister Shushil Kumar Shinde denied to give the security to the Tournament as it was coincided with the 2014 indian general election. The Seventh edition of IPL was started from 16 April to 1 June 2014 with 8 teams as the Pune Warriors India took withdrawal from the tournament. The half of the league was played in UAE and the tournament returned to India on 2nd May, the remaining matches took place in India. The Kolkata Knight Rider won their second IPL title by beating Kings XI Punjab in the final by 3 wickets.


Title Sponsor Of 2014 IPL - PepsiCo


Number Of Teams in 2014 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2014 IPL :-


Winners - ₹15 crore

Runners-up - ₹10 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Kolkata Knight Riders ( 2nd title)

Runners-up - Kings XI Punjab


Player Of The Tournament - Glenn Maxwell [KXIP]


Orange Cap - Robin Uthappa [KKR] (660 runs)


Purple Cap - Mohit Sharma [CSK] (23 wickets)



• 8th Edition Of IPL [Pepsi IPL 2015]


The 2015 IPL season was played between 8 April and 24 May 2015 and the opening ceremony of the tournament was held at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata. This season Mumbai Indians won their second IPL title by defeating Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in the final at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. In this season the Fanpark Initiative was started by the BCCI for the first time. The Fanpark was made available in the 36 cities across the country. The huge screens were installed in Fanpark where fans can come and watch the mathes, it was replicating the environment of the Stadium. The fans use to get closer action and can connect to their favourite teams. 


Title Sponsor Of 2015 IPL - PepsiCo


Number Of Teams in 2015 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2015 IPL :-


Winners - ₹15 crore

Runners-up - ₹10 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Mumbai Indians (2nd title)

Runners-up - Chennai Super Kings


Player Of The Tournament - Andre Russell [KKR]


Orange Cap - David Warner [SRH] (562 runs)


Purple Cap - Dwayne Baravo [CSK] (26 wickets)



• 9th Edition Of IPL [Vivo IPL 2016]


In the 9th edition of IPL two new teams were introduced as the Rajasthan Royals aand Chennai Super Kings were suspended for 2 years (2016 & 2017) for involvment of their respective owners in the 2013 spot fixing and betting scandal. The two new teams were Gujrat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiants. In this season Sunrisers Hyderabad won their first ever IPL title by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 runs at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Banglore.


Title Sponsor Of 2016 IPL - PepsiCo


Number Of Teams in 2016 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2016 IPL :-


Winners - ₹15 crore

Runners-up - ₹10 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Sunrisers Hyderabad (1st title)

Runners-up - Royal Challengers Bangalore


Player Of The Tournament - Virat Kohli [RCB]


Orange Cap - Virat Kohli [RCB] (973 runs)


Purple Cap - Bhuvaneswar Kumar [SRH] (23 wickets)



• 10th Edition Of IPL [Vivo IPL 2017]


The 10th edition of IPL was played between 5 April and 21 May 2017. The teams in 2017 IPL remained unchanged and the first and the final match was hosted by hydrabad. Mumbai Indians again became the Champions in the 10th season of IPL. Mumbai Indians won their third IPL title in 2017 by defeating the Rising Pune Supergiants by 1 run in the nail-biting final match. 


Title Sponsor Of 2017 IPL - Vivo


Number Of Teams in 2017 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2017 IPL :-


Winners - ₹15 crore

Runners-up - ₹10 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Mumbai Indians (3rd title)

Runners-up - Rising Pune Supergiants


Player Of The Tournament - Ben Stokes [RPS] (316 runs and 12 wickets)


Orange Cap - David Warner [SRH] (641 runs)


Purple Cap - Bhuvneshwar Kumar [SRH] (26 wickets)


• 11th Edition Of IPL [Vivo IPL 2018]


This season Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals was returning from 2 years of suspension. Both Gujrat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiants were replaced by Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals in this season. It was the Great comback for Super Kings as they won the title this season. Chennai Super Kings defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 8 wickets in the final and won the third IPL title.


Title Sponsor Of 2018 IPL - Vivo


Number Of Teams in 2018 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2018 IPL :- 


Winners - ₹20 crore

Runners-up - ₹12.5 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Chennai Super Kings

Runners-up - Sunrisers Hyderabad


Player Of The Tournament - Sunil Narine [KKR] (357 runs and 17 wickets)


Orange Cap - Kane Williamson [SRH] (735 runs)


Purple Cap - Andrew Tye [KXIP] (24)



• 12th Edition Of IPL [Vivo IPL 2019]


12th edition of the Indian Premier League was played in 2019. Other country was supposed to host the 2019 Indian Premier League because of the 2019 indian general election but eventually the entire season of the 2019 IPl was played in india. In this season Mumbai Indians won their 4th IPL and became the first team to achieve this milestone. In the final Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by just 1 run and won the title for the 4th time.


Title Sponsor Of 209 IPL - Vivo


Number Of Teams in 2019 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2019 IPL :-


Winners - ₹20 crore

Runners-up -₹12.5 crore


Matches Played - 60


Champions - Mumbai Indians

Runners-up - Chennai Super Kings


Player Of The Tournament - Andre Russell [KKR] (510 runs and 11 wickets)


Orange Cap - David Warner [SRH] (692 runs)


Purple Cap - Imran Tahir [CSK] (26 wickets)



• 13th Edition Of IPL [Dream 11 IPL 2020]


The current season of the IPL was scheduled to start from 29 March 2020 but it was delayed due to the Covid-19 global pendemic and lockdown in india. On 2 august 2020 the BCCI finally anounced that the 13th edition of Indian Premier League will be played between 19 Sep and 10 Nov 2020. The fantasy sports platform Dream 11 replaced the Vivo as the title sponsor for this edition of IPL with a bid of ₹222 crore (31 million US$). In this season the BCCI halves the prize money as the wiiners will get ₹10 crore and runners up will receive ₹6.25 crore.


Title Sponsor Of 2020 IPL - Dream 11


Number Of Teams in 2020 IPL - 8


Prize Money Of 2020 IPL :-


Winners - ₹10 crore

Runners-up - ₹6.25 crore