BBL Winners List All-Season, Player of the Match, Series – Included

BBL Winners List All-Season, Player of the Match, Series – Included

BBL Winners List All-Season, Player of the Match, Series – Included

Last updated on August 29th, 2022 at 10:04 am

Six of the eight teams in the league have won the Big Bash League at least once. BBL Winners List for the Entire Season.

In its ten seasons, the Big Bash League has had six different champions, with the Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers having won four times of those championships.

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The league’s most successful teams are the Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers, who have a combined total of three BBL championships—two of which came in back-to-back years.

BBL Winners List All Season From 2011 to 2022

BBL All-season winner list is given below in the table.

SeasonWinnerRunner-UpFinal VenuePlayer of the MatchPlayer of the Series
2011–12Sydney SixersPerth ScorchersWACA GroundMoises Henriques(Sydney Sixers)David Hussey(Melbourne Stars)
2012–13Brisbane HeatPerth ScorchersWACA GroundNathan Hauritz(Brisbane Heat)Aaron Finch(Melbourne Renegades)
2013–14Perth ScorchersHobart HurricanesWACA GroundBrad Hogg(Perth Scorchers)Ben Dunk(Hobart Hurricanes)
2014–15Perth ScorchersSydney SixersManuka OvalShaun Marsh(Perth Scorchers)Jacques Kallis(Sydney Thunder)
2015–16Sydney ThunderMelbourne StarsMCGUsman Khawaja(Sydney Thunder)Chris Lynn(Brisbane Heat)
2016–17Perth ScorchersSydney SixersWACA GroundJhye Richardson(Perth Scorchers)Chris Lynn(Brisbane Heat)
2017–18Adelaide StrikersHobart HurricanesAdelaide OvalJake Weatherald(Adelaide Strikers)D’Arcy Short(Hobart Hurricanes)
2018–19Melbourne RenegadesMelbourne StarsDocklands StadiumDan Christian(Melbourne Renegades)D Arcy Short(Hobart Hurricanes)
2019–20Sydney SixersMelbourne StarsSCGJosh Philippe(Sydney Sixers)Marcus Stoinis(Melbourne Stars)
2020–21Sydney SixersPerth ScorchersSCGJames Vince (Sydney Sixers)Josh Philippe(Sydney Sixers)
2021-22Perth ScorchersSydney SixersMelbourneLaurie Evans(Perth Scorchers)Ben McDermott(Hobart Hurricanes)