Ranji Trophy Winners

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The competition is named after the first Indian cricketer who played international cricket, Ranjitsinhji (the ruler of Nawanagar), who was also known as ‘Ranji’. The first match of the competition was held on 4 November 1934 between Madras and Mysore.
Ranji Trophy Winners
SeasonWinnerRunnerVenue
2019-20SaurashtraBengalSaurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
2018-19VidharbhaSaurashtraVidharbha Cricket Association, Nagpur
2017-18VidharbhaVidharbhaHolkar Cricket Stadium
2016-17GujaratMumbaiHolkar Cricket Stadium
2015-16MumbaiSaurashtraMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium
2014-15KarnatakaTamil NaduWankhede Stadium
2013-14KarnatakaMaharashtraRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal
2012-13MumbaiSaurashtraWankhede Stadium
2011-12RajasthanTamil NaduChepauk
2010-11RajasthanBarodaMoti Bagh Stadium
2009-10MumbaiKarnatakaGangothri Glades Cricket Ground
2008-09MumbaiUttar PradeshRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal
2007-08DelhiUttar PradeshWankhede Stadium
2006-07MumbaiBengalWankhede Stadium
2005-06Uttar PradeshBengalKD Singh Babu Stadium
2004-05RailwaysPunjabPunjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
2003-04MumbaiTamil NaduChepauk
2002-03MumbaiTamil NaduWankhede Stadium
2001-02RailwaysBarodaFeroz Shah Kotla
2000-01BarodaRailwaysGujarat State Fertilizer Corporation Ground
1999-00MumbaiHyderabadWankhede Stadium
1998-99KarnatakaMadhya PradeshM Chinnaswamy Stadium
1997-98KarnatakaUttar PradeshM Chinnaswamy Stadium
1996-97MumbaiDelhiCaptain Roop Singh Stadium
1995-96KarnatakaTamil NaduChepauk
1994-95Bombay (Mumbai)PunjabChepauk
1993-94Bombay (Mumbai)BengalWankhede Stadium
1992-93PunjabMaharashtraPunjab Agricultural University Ground
1991-92DelhiTamil NaduFeroz Shah Kotla
1990-91HaryanaBombay (Mumbai)Wankhede Stadium
1989-90BengalDelhiEden Gardens
1988-89DelhiBengalFeroz Shah Kotla
1987-88Tamil NaduRailwaysChepauk
1986-87HyderabadDelhiFeroz Shah Kotla
1985-86DelhiHaryanaFeroz Shah Kotla
1984-85Bombay (Mumbai)DelhiWankhede Stadium
1983-84Bombay (Mumbai)DelhiWankhede Stadium
1982-83KarnatakaBombay (Mumbai)Wankhede Stadium
1981-82DelhiKarnatakaFeroz Shah Kotla
1980-81Bombay (Mumbai)DelhiWankhede Stadium
1979-80DelhiBombay (Mumbai)Feroz Shah Kotla
1978-79DelhiKarnatakaM Chinnaswamy Stadium
1977-78KarnatakaUttar PradeshNarendra Mohan Sports Stadium
1976-77Bombay (Mumbai)DelhiFeroz Shah Kotla
1975-76Bombay (Mumbai)Bihar (Jharkhand)Keenan Stadium
1974-75Bombay (Mumbai)KarnatakaWankhede Stadium
1973-74KarnatakaRajasthanSawai Mansigh Stadium
1972-73Bombay (Mumbai)Tamil NaduChepauk
1971-72Bombay (Mumbai)BengalBrabourne Stadium
1970-71Bombay (Mumbai)MaharashtraBrabourne Stadium
1969-70Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanBrabourne Stadium
1968-69Bombay (Mumbai)BengalBrabourne Stadium
1967-68Bombay (Mumbai)Madras (Tamil Nadu)Brabourne Stadium
1966-67Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanBrabourne Stadium
1965-66Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanRailway Cricket Ground
1964-65Bombay (Mumbai)HyderabadLal Bahadur Shastri Stadium
1963-64Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanBrabourne Stadium
1962-63Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanMaharaja College Ground
1961-62Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanBrabourne Stadium
1960-61Bombay (Mumbai)RajasthanBhupal Noble’s College Ground
1959-60Bombay (Mumbai)Mysore (Karnataka)Brabourne Stadium
1958-59Bombay (Mumbai)BengalBrabourne Stadium
1957-58BarodaServicesMoti Bagh Stadium
1956-57Bombay (Mumbai)ServicesRoshanara Club Ground
1955-56Bombay (Mumbai)BengalEden Gardens
1954-55Madras (Tamil Nadu)Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)Yeshawant Club Ground
1953-54Bombay (Mumbai)Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)Yeshawant Club Ground
1952-53Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)BengalEden Gardens
1951-52Bombay (Mumbai)Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)Brabourne Stadium
1950-51Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)GujaratYeshawant Club Ground
1949-50BarodaHolkar (Madhya Pradesh)Maharaja Pratapsingh Coronation Gymkhana Ground
1948-49Bombay (Mumbai)BarodaBrabourne Stadium
1947-48Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)Bombay (Mumbai)Yeshawant Club Ground
1946-47BarodaHolkar (Madhya Pradesh)Central College Ground, Baroda
1945-46Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)BarodaYeshawant Club Ground
1944-45Bombay (Mumbai)Holkar (Madhya Pradesh)Brabourne Stadium
1943-44Western India (Saurashtra)BengalBrabourne Stadium
1942-43BarodaHyderabadRailways Recreation Club Ground
1941-42Bombay (Mumbai)Mysore (Karnataka)Brabourne Stadium
1940-41MaharashtraMadras (Tamil Nadu)Chepauk
1939-40MaharashtraUnited Province (Uttar Pradesh)Poona Gymkhana
1938-39BengalSouthern Punjab (Punjab)Eden Gardens
1937-38HyderabadNawanagar (Saurashtra)Brabourne Stadium
1936-37Nawanagar (Saurashtra)BengalBombay Gymkhana
1935-36Bombay (Mumbai)Madras (Tamil Nadu)Feroz Shah Kotla
1934-35 Bombay (Mumbai)Northern India ()Bombay Gymkhana

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