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List of Ranji Trophy Winners and Runners-Up Teams (Since 1934 to Till Now)

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The Ranji Trophy is an annual domestic first-class cricket championship played in India between different teams representing regional and different state cricket associations. This cricket trophy is named after the first Indian cricketer who played international cricket, Ranjitsinhji, who was also known as ‘Ranji’. He was the ruler of the Indian princely state of Nawanagar and a fine batsman who played 15 Tests for England between 1896 and 1902. Ranji Trophy was first played in the 1934-35 season. It is the premier first-class cricket championship in India and is organised by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The competition currently consists of 38 teams, with all 28 states in India and 4 of the 8 union territories having at least one representation.

Vidarbha is the current Ranji Trophy winner, which defeated Saurashtra by 78 runs in the final match of the 2018-19 season. Mumbai is the most successful team in the Ranji Trophy history which has won 41 titles and Karnataka is the 2nd most successful team, winning 8 titles in 14 final appearances till 2018-19 season.

Ranji Trophy Winners List (Season 1934-35 to Till Now)

Season Winners Runners-up
2018–19 Vidarbha Saurashtra
2017–18 Vidarbha Delhi
2016–17 Gujarat Mumbai
2015–16 Mumbai Saurashtra
2014–15 Karnataka Tamil Nadu
2013–14 Karnataka Maharashtra
2012–13 Mumbai Saurashtra
2011–12 Rajasthan Tamil Nadu
2010–11 Rajasthan Baroda
2009–10 Mumbai Karnataka
2008–09 Mumbai Uttar Pradesh
2007–08 Delhi Uttar Pradesh
2006–07 Mumbai Bengal
2005–06 Uttar Pradesh Bengal
2004–05 Railways Punjab
2003–04 Mumbai Tamil Nadu
2002–03 Mumbai Tamil Nadu
2001–02 Railways Baroda
2000–01 Baroda Railways
1999–00 Mumbai Hyderabad
1998–99 Karnataka Madhya Pradesh
1997–98 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh
1996–97 Mumbai Delhi
1995–96 Karnataka Tamil Nadu
1994–95 Bombay Punjab
1993–94 Bombay Bengal
1992–93 Punjab Maharashtra
1991–92 Delhi Tamil Nadu
1990–91 Haryana Bombay
1989–90 Bengal Delhi
1988–89 Delhi Bengal
1987–88 Tamil Nadu Railways
1986–87 Hyderabad Delhi
1985–86 Delhi Haryana
1984–85 Bombay Delhi
1983–84 Bombay Delhi
1982–83 Karnataka Bombay
1981–82 Delhi Karnataka
1980–81 Bombay Delhi
1979–80 Delhi Bombay
1978–79 Delhi Karnataka
1977–78 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh
1976–77 Bombay Delhi
1975–76 Bombay Bihar
1974–75 Bombay Karnataka
1973–74 Karnataka Rajasthan
1972–73 Bombay Tamil Nadu
1971–72 Bombay Bengal
1970–71 Bombay Maharashtra
1969–70 Bombay Rajasthan
1968–69 Bombay Bengal
1967–68 Bombay Madras
1966–67 Bombay Rajasthan
1965–66 Bombay Rajasthan
1964–65 Bombay Hyderabad
1963–64 Bombay Rajasthan
1962–63 Bombay Rajasthan
1961–62 Bombay Rajasthan
1960–61 Bombay Rajasthan
1959–60 Bombay Mysore
1958–59 Bombay Bengal
1957–58 Baroda Services
1956–57 Bombay Services
1955–56 Bombay Bengal
1954–55 Madras Holkar
1953–54 Bombay Holkar
1952–53 Holkar Bengal
1951–52 Bombay Holkar
1950–51 Holkar Gujarat
1949–50 Baroda Holkar
1948–49 Bombay Baroda
1947–48 Holkar Bombay
1946–47 Baroda Holkar
1945–46 Holkar Baroda
1944–45 Bombay Holkar
1943–44 Western India Bengal
1942–43 Baroda Hyderabad
1941–42 Bombay Mysore
1940–41 Maharashtra Madras
1939–40 Maharashtra United Provinces
1938–39 Bengal Southern Punjab
1937–38 Hyderabad Nawanagar
1936–37 Nawanagar Bengal
1935–36 Bombay Madras
1934–35 Bombay Northern India

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