List of Indian Premier League centuries

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Players from the Royal Challengers Bangalore have recorded thirteen centuries so far, out of which five have been scored by Chris Gayle.[1]

In cricket, a batsman reaches a century when he scores 100 more runs in a single innings. A century is regarded as a landmark score for a batsman, and his number of centuries is generally recorded in his career statistics.[2] The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional league for Twenty20 cricket in India,[3] which has been held annually since its first edition in 2008.[4] In eleven seasons played so far, 58 centuries have been scored by 35 different batsmen. Players from ten of the thirteen franchises have scored centuries; the only franchises that have not had a player score a century for them are Pune Warriors India, Kochi Tuskers Kerala and Gujarat Lions.[5]Rising Pune Supergiant is the only franchise not in original eight franchises to have a hundred by its player.

The first century in the IPL was scored in the first match on 18 April 2008 at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore by Brendon McCullum for Kolkata Knight Riders against Royal Challengers Bangalore.[6] The highest score in the competition was made by Chris Gayle, who scored 175 runs not out for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors India.[5] The fastest century in terms of strike rate was scored by Chris Gayle, who scored 100 runs in 30 balls while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore.[5] The slowest century was scored by Manish Pandey while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He scored 100 runs in 67 balls. 23 centuries have come from Indian batsmen.

The highest number of centuries have been scored by Chris Gayle with 6 centuries,[7] followed by Virat Kohli who has five centuries. David Warner and Shane Watson have four centuries each. AB de Villiers has three centuries while Brendon McCullum, Adam Gilchrist, Virender Sehwag, Murali Vijay, Hashim Amla, Sanju Samson and Ajinkya Rahane have scored two centuries each.[5] Thirteen centuries have been made by players of Royal Challengers Bangalore, which is more than any other team.[5] Kolkata Knight Riders have conceded the highest number of centuries, with seven, followed by Kings XI Punjab who have conceded six centuries.[5]

The first part of this list includes all IPL centuries organised in a chronological order. The second part of the list provides an overview of centuries by IPL seasons, and the third part provides an overview of centuries by IPL teams. Teams are initially listed in alphabetical order. In a single season, the most centuries scored by an individual was 4, by Virat Kohli in 2016.[α][β][γ]

Key[edit]

Symbol Meaning
* Remained not out
dagger Captained the respective team
Balls Balls faced during the innings
S/R. Strike rate during the innings
Inn. The innings of the match
Won The match was won by the team for which the player played
Lost The match was lost by the team for which the player played

Centuries[edit]

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scored a century in IPL 2010 for Mumbai Indians.[5]
Brendon McCullum scored the first ever century in the history of IPL
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is the only player to score 4 IPL centuries in a single season and that too while captaining his team.
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was one of two players who scored a century in the 2009 season. He has two centuries to his name for Royal Challengers Bangalore[8]
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scored his first century in the 2013 season.[5][9]
Indian Premier League centuries[10]
Score Balls S/R Player Team Opposition Inn. Venue Date Result
158* 73 216.43 Brendon McCullum (1/2) Kolkata Knight Riders Royal Challengers Bangalore 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 18 April 2008 Won[11]
116* 54 214.81 Michael Hussey Chennai Super Kings Kings XI Punjab 1 PCA Stadium, Mohali 19 April 2008 Won[12]
117* 53 220.75 Andrew Symonds Deccan Chargers Rajasthan Royals 1 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 24 April 2008 Lost[13]
109* 47 231.91 Adam Gilchristdagger (1/2) Deccan Chargers Mumbai Indians 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 27 April 2008 Won[14]
114* 48 237.50 Sanath Jayasuriya Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 14 May 2008 Won[15]
115 69 166.66 Shaun Marsh Kings XI Punjab Rajasthan Royals 2 PCA Stadium, Mohali 28 May 2008 Won[16]
105* 54 194.44 AB de Villiers (1/3) Delhi Daredevils Chennai Super Kings 1 Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban 23 April 2009 Won[17]
114* 73 156.16 Manish Pandey Royal Challengers Bangalore Deccan Chargers 1 SuperSport Park, Centurion 21 May 2009 Won[18]
100 37 270.27 Yusuf Pathan Rajasthan Royals Mumbai Indians 2 Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 13 March 2010 Lost[19]
107* 69 155.07 David Warner (1/4) Delhi Daredevils Kolkata Knight Riders 1 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 29 March 2010 Won[20]
127 56 226.78 Murali Vijay (1/2) Chennai Super Kings Rajasthan Royals 1 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 3 April 2010 Won[21]
110* 59 186.44 Mahela Jayawardene Kings XI Punjab Kolkata Knight Riders 2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 4 April 2010 Won[22]
120* 63 190.47 Paul Valthaty Kings XI Punjab Chennai Super Kings 2 PCA Stadium, Mohali 13 April 2011 Won[23]
100* 66 151.51 Sachin Tendulkardagger Mumbai Indians Kochi Tuskers Kerala 1 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 15 April 2011 Lost[24]
102* 55 185.45 Chris Gayle (1/6) Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata Knight Riders 2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 22 April 2011 Won[25]
119 56 212.50 Virender Sehwagdagger (1/2) Delhi Daredevils Deccan Chargers 2 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 5 May 2011 Won[26]
107 49 218.36 Chris Gayle (2/6) Royal Challengers Bangalore Kings XI Punjab 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 6 May 2011 Won[27]
106 55 192.72 Adam Gilchristdagger (2/2) Kings XI Punjab Royal Challengers Bangalore 1 HPCA Stadium, Dharmasala 17 May 2011 Won[28]
103* 60 171.66 Ajinkya Rahane (1/2) Rajasthan Royals Royal Challengers Bangalore 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 15 April 2012 Won[29]
103* 64 160.93 Kevin Pietersen Delhi Daredevils Deccan Chargers 2 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 19 April 2012 Won[30]
109* 54 201.85 David Warner (2/4) Delhi Daredevils Deccan Chargers 2 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 10 May 2012 Won[31]
109* 60 181.66 Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians Kolkata Knight Riders 1 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 12 May 2012 Won[32]
128* 62 206.45 Chris Gayle (3/6) Royal Challengers Bangalore Delhi Daredevils 1 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 17 May 2012 Won[33]
113 58 194.82 Murali Vijay (2/2) Chennai Super Kings Delhi Daredevils 1 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 25 May 2012 Won[34]
101 58 165.57 Shane Watson (1/4) Rajasthan Royals Chennai Super Kings 1 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 22 April 2013 Lost[35]
175* 66 265.15 Chris Gayle (4/6) Royal Challengers Bangalore Pune Warriors India 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 23 April 2013 Won[36]
100* 53 188.67 Suresh Raina Chennai Super Kings Kings XI Punjab 1 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 2 May 2013 Won[37]
101* 38 265.78 David Miller Kings XI Punjab Royal Challengers Bangalore 2 PCA Stadium, Mohali 6 May 2013 Won[38]
100* 61 163.93 Lendl Simmons Mumbai Indians Kings XI Punjab 2 PCA Stadium, Mohali 21 May 2014 Won[39]
122 58 210.34 Virender Sehwag (2/2) Kings XI Punjab Chennai Super Kings 1 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 30 May 2014 Won[40]
115* 55 209.09 Wriddhiman Saha Kings XI Punjab Kolkata Knight Riders 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1 June 2014 Lost[41]
100* 56 178.57 Brendon McCullum (2/2) Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad 1 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 11 April 2015 Won[42]
117 57 205.3 Chris Gayle (5/6) Royal Challengers Bangalore Kings XI Punjab 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 6 May 2015 Won[43]
133* 59 225.42 AB de Villiers (2/3) Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai Indians 1 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 10 May 2015 Won[44]
104* 59 176.27 Shane Watson (2/4) Rajasthan Royals Kolkata Knight Riders 1 Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 16 May 2015 Won[45]
108 51 211.76 Quinton de Kock Delhi Daredevils Royal Challengers Bangalore 2 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 17 April 2016 Won[46]
100* 63 158.73 Virat Kohli (1/5) Royal Challengers Bangalore Gujarat Lions 1 Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot 24 April 2016 Lost[47]
101 54 187.03 Steve Smith Rising Pune Supergiants Gujarat Lions 1 MCA Cricket Ground, Pune 29 April 2016 Lost[48]
108* 58 186.20 Virat Kohli (2/5) Royal Challengers Bangalore Rising Pune Supergiants 2 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 7 May 2016 Won[49]
129* 52 248.07 AB de Villiers (3/3) Royal Challengers Bangalore Gujarat Lions 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 14 May 2016 Won[50]
109 55 198.18 Virat Kohli (3/5) Royal Challengers Bangalore Gujarat Lions 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 14 May 2016 Won[50]
113 50 226.0 Virat Kohli (4/5) Royal Challengers Bangalore Kings XI Punjab 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 18 May 2016 Won[51]
102 63 161.90 Sanju Samson (1/2) Delhi Daredevils Rising Pune Supergiant 1 MCA Cricket Ground, Pune 11 April 2017 Won[52]
104* 60 173.3 Hashim Amla (1/2) Kings XI Punjab Mumbai Indians 1 Holkar Stadium, Indore 20 April 2017 Lost[53]
126 59 213.55 David Warner (3/4) Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata Knight Riders 1 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 30 April 2017 Won[54]
103* 63 163.49 Ben Stokes Rising Pune Supergiants Gujarat Lions 2 MCA Cricket Ground, Pune 1 May 2017 Won[55]
104 60 173.33 Hashim Amla (2/2) Kings XI Punjab Gujarat Lions 1 PCA Stadium, Mohali 7 May 2017 Lost[56]
104* 63 165.08 Chris Gayle (6/6) Kings XI Punjab Sunrisers Hyderabad 1 PCA Stadium, Mohali 19 April 2018 Won[57]
106 57 185.96 Shane Watson (3/4) Chennai Super Kings Rajasthan Royals 1 MCA Cricket Ground, Pune 20 April 2018 Won[58]
128* 63 203.17 Rishabh Pant Delhi Daredevils Sunrisers Hyderabad 1 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 10 May 2018 Lost[59]
100* 62 161.29 Ambati Rayudu Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad 2 MCA Cricket Ground, Pune 13 May 2018 Won[60]
117* 57 205.26 Shane Watson (4/4) Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 27 May 2018 Won[61]
102* 55 185.45 Sanju Samson (2/2) Rajasthan Royals Sunrisers Hyderabad 1 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad 29 March 2019 Lost[62]
114 56 203.57 Jonny Bairstow Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore 1 31 March 2019 Won[63]
100* 55 181.81 David Warner (4/4)
100* 64 156.25 K. L. Rahul Kings XI Punjab Mumbai Indians 1 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 10 April 2019 Lost[64]
100 58 172.41 Virat Kohli (5/5) Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata Knight Riders 1 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 19 April 2019 Won[65]
105* 63 166.66 Ajinkya Rahane (2/2) Rajasthan Royals Delhi Capitals 1 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 22 April 2019 Lost[66]

Season overview[edit]

Season wise statistics for century scores
Year No. of centuries Highest score Strike rate Highest scorer
2008[67] 6 158* 216.43 New Zealand Brendon McCullum
2009[8] 2 114* 156.16 India Manish Pandey
2010[68] 4 127 226.78 India Murali Vijay
2011[69] 6 120* 190.47 India Paul Valthaty
2012[70] 6 128* 206.45 Jamaica Chris Gayle
2013[71] 4 175* 265.15 Jamaica Chris Gayle
2014[72] 3 122 210.34 India Virender Sehwag
2015[73] 4 133* 225.42 South Africa AB de Villiers
2016[74] 7 129* 248.07 South Africa AB de Villiers
2017[75] 5 126 213.55 Australia David Warner
2018[76] 5 128* 203.17 India Rishabh Pant
2019[77] 6 114 203.57 England Jonny Bairstow

Team overview[edit]

Team statistics for century scores
Team No. of matches[78] No. of centurions No. of centuries Highest score Highest scorer
Chennai Super Kings[79] 132 6 8 127 India Murali Vijay
Deccan Chargers[80] 75 2 2 117* Australia Andrew Symonds
Delhi Daredevils[81] 141 6 7 128* India Rishabh Pant
Gujarat Lions 26 0 0 84 India Suresh Raina
Kings XI Punjab[82] 143 7 10 122 India Virender Sehwag
Kochi Tuskers Kerala[83] 14 0 0 81 New Zealand Brendon McCullum
Kolkata Knight Riders[84] 142 1 1 158* New Zealand Brendon McCullum
Mumbai Indians[85] 150 4 4 114* Sri Lanka Sanath Jayasuriya
Pune Warriors India[86] 46 0 0 86 New Zealand Jesse Ryder
Rajasthan Royals[87] 118 4 6 105* India Ajinkya Rahane
Rising Pune Supergiants[88] 24 2 2 103* England Ben Stokes
Royal Challengers Bangalore[1] 150 4 12 175* Jamaica Chris Gayle
Sunrisers Hyderabad[89] 71 2 3 126 Australia David Warner

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ To sort these tables by any statistic, click on the Table sort icon icon in the column title.
  2. ^ These statistics do not cover the games played in other tournaments such as the Champions League Twenty20, the British Asian Cup or the 2008 Kolkata Knight Riders tour of Australia.
  3. ^ These statistics are correct as of the 2016 season.

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