The T20 Blast is the world’s first professional Twenty20 cricket league. It was founded in 2003 by the England and Wales Cricket Board. Due to sponsorship reasons, the league is now known as the Vitality T20 Blast. The upcoming T20 Blast edition will begin soon. A total of 18 teams compete in the T20 Blast. The most recent edition of Vitality Blast will take place from August 27th to October 4th, 2020. Check out the T20 Blast Season Winners and Prize Money.
The schedule for the 2021 T20 Blast begins on June 9th, 2021. All of the matches will be held between June 9 and September 18, 2021. The upcoming T20 Blast seasons will be the fourth in the domestic competition. The Vitality T20 Blast will feature 18 teams in total. The teams are divided into two groups: North and South. There are nine teams in each group. As a result, cricket fans will be able to watch the live broadcast on Star Sports Networks.
The defending champions of the T20 Blast Competition are the Notts Outlaws. Notts Outlaws faced Surrey in the finals the previous season. The final match of the 2020 T20 Blast will be held at Edgebaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham on October 4, 2020. Notts Outlaws won another title with to Dan Christian’s 4 wickets for 23 runs in 3 overs and Ben Duckett’s 53 runs in 38 balls. Dan Christian was named Man of the Match for his outstanding performance.
With three titles, Leicestershire Foxes are the most successful team in the T20 Blast. Following the Leicestershire Foxes, the Notts Outlaws, Hampshire Royals, and Northants Steelback have won the T20 Blast for the second time. Also, the Warwickshire Bears, Gloucestershire Gladiators, Yorkshire Carnegie, and Durham Jets only made it to the finals once but lost all of their matches. Make sure to look through the whole T20 Blast winner’s list.
|2003||Surrey Lions||Warwickshire Bears|
|2004||Leicestershire Foxes||Surrey Lions|
|2005||Somerset Sabres||Lancashire Lighting|
|2006||Leicestershire Foxes||Notts Outlaws|
|2007||Kent Spitfires||Gloucestershire Gladiators|
|2008||Middlesex Crusaders||Kent Spitfires|
|2009||Sussex Sharks||Somerset Sabres|
|2012||Hampshire Royals||Yorkshire Carnegie|
|2014||Birmingham Bears||Lancashire Lightning|
|2015||Lancashire Lighting||Northants Steelbacks|
|2016||Northants Steelbacks||Durham Jets|
|2017||Notts Outlaws||Birmingham Bears|
|2018||Worcestershire Rapids||Sussex Sharks|
|2019||Essex Eagles||Worcestershire Rapids|