We are the business end of the 16th edition of the Indian Premier League this season (IPL) with the both Qualifiers and Eliminator being played. Since 31st March 10 teams have battled it out to decide who gets to hold the title of “Champion” this season, and now only two teams remain.
Chennai Super King (CSK) and Gujarat Titans (GT) will battle it out in the final game of this year’s IPL to decide who will call themselves “Champion” for the upcoming year.
For CSK this would be their fifth title which would level them with Mumbai Indians as the franchise with most IPL trophies. On the other hand, GT have reached their second final in a row, making to the last stage in each year they have participated. They will also want to make it 2 in 2 in terms of winning the IPL trophy.
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Last year GT and Rajasthan Royals (RR) took each other on in the final, with the former coming out as the victor in their maiden season.
This year’s showpiece could be an equally spectacular affair, as the action builds towards a climax. Let’s take a look at where the 2023 IPL final will be held and more.
When and at what time is the 2023 IPL Final?
The 2023 IPL final will take place on 28 May at 19:30 pm IST.
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Which venue will host the 2023 IPL Final?
The 2023 IPL final between CSK and GT will be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
How to watch the 2023 IPL Final on TV?
CSK vs GT will be broadcast in several languages, across the following TV channels:
- Star Sports 1
- Star Sports 1 Hindi
- Star Sports 3
- Star Sports Select 1
- Star Sports Select 1 HD
- Star Sports HD1
CSK vs GT: Live stream, mobile, online details
Live streaming of this game will be provided free of charge, exclusively through the Jio Cinema app across a range of platforms.
Live streaming of all IPL games will be available for free on the JioCinema app.
List of all previous IPL finals
Here is a list of all IPL finals and where they were held so far.
|Season||Winner||Winning margin||Runner-up||Final venue|
|2008||Rajasthan Royals||Won by 3 wickets||Chennai Super Kings||DY Patil Stadium|
|164/7 (20 overs)||163/5 (20 overs)|
|2009||Deccan Chargers||Won by 6 runs||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Wanderers Stadium|
|143/6 (20 overs)||137/9 (20 overs)|
|2010||Chennai Super Kings||Won by 22 runs||Mumbai Indians||DY Patil Stadium|
|168/5 (20 overs)||146/9 (20 overs)|
|2011||Chennai Super Kings||Won by 58 runs||Royal Challengers Bangalore||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium|
|205/5 (20 overs)||147/8 (20 overs)|
|2012||Kolkata Knight Riders||Won by 5 wickets||Chennai Super Kings||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium|
|192/5 (19.4 overs)||190/3 (20 overs)|
|2013||Mumbai Indians||Won by 23 runs||Chennai Super Kings||Eden Gardens|
|148/9 (20 overs)||125/9 (20 overs)|
|2014||Kolkata Knight Riders||Won by 3 wickets||Punjab Kings||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium|
|200/7 (19.3 overs)||199/4 (20 overs)|
|2015||Mumbai Indians||Won by 41 runs||Chennai Super Kings||Eden Gardens|
|202/5 (20 overs)||161/8 (20 overs)|
|2016||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Won by 8 runs||Royal Challengers Bangalore||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium|
|208/7 (20 overs)||200/7 (20 overs)|
|2017||Mumbai Indians||Won by 1 run||Rising Pune Supergiant||Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium|
|129/8 (20 overs)||128/6 (20 overs)|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||Won by 8 wickets||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Wankhede Stadium|
|181/2 (18.3 overs)||178/6 (20.0 overs)|
|2019||Mumbai Indians||Won by 1 run||Chennai Super Kings||Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium|
|149/8 (20 overs)||148/7 (20 overs)|
|2020||Mumbai Indians||Won by 5 wickets||Delhi Capitals||Dubai International Cricket Stadium|
|157/5 (18.4 overs)||156/7 (20 overs)|
|2021||Chennai Super Kings||Won by 27 runs||Kolkata Knight Riders||Dubai International Cricket Stadium|
|192/3 (20 overs)||165/9 (20 overs)|
133/3 (18.1 overs)
|Won by 7 wickets||Rajasthan Royals 130/9 (20 overs)||Narendra Modi Stadium|