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BBL 2023-24 (Big Bash League 2023-24) is all set to commence next month. The 13th edition of the league commences on December 7. A total of 8 teams are part of BBL 2023-24. They are Brisbane Heat, Melbourne Stars, Sydney Sixers, Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers, Perth Scorchers, Hobart Hurricanes, and Sydney Thunder. These teams will […]

Big Bash League (BBL) Teams & Squads

The Big Bash League (BBL) is Australia’s main domestic T20 competition. It is one of the most popular T20 leagues in the world that attracts top players from around the world. The tournament was started by Cricket Australia in 2011.

The BBL replaced the KFC T20 Big Bash in which six state teams participated. In the BBL, eight city-based teams take part. BBL 2023-24 is the thirteenth edition of the competition. The tournament is scheduled to be played from December 7, 2023 to January 24, 2024. 

BBL Team List:

A total of eight teams participate in the BBL. Each of Australia’s six states has a team representing its capital city, while Sydney and Melbourne each feature two teams. 

Here is the BBL Team List along with the cities and states they represent as well as their home ground:

Team Location Home ground
Adelaide Strikers Adelaide, South Australia Adelaide Oval
Brisbane Heat Brisbane, Queensland Brisbane Cricket Ground
Hobart Hurricanes Hobart, Tasmania Blundstone Arena
Melbourne Renegades Melbourne, Victoria Marvel Stadium
Melbourne Stars Melbourne, Victoria Melbourne Cricket Ground
Perth Scorchers Perth, Western Australia Perth Stadium
Sydney Sixers Sydney, New South Wales Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney Thunder Sydney, New South Wales Sydney Showground Stadium

BBL 2023 All-Team Squad:

Adelaide Strikers: Travis Head, Wes Agar, James Bazley, Cameron Boyce, Alex Carey, Brendan Doggett, Henry Hunt, Thomas Kelly, Chris Lynn, Ben Manenti, D’Arcy Short, Matt Short, Henry Thornton, Jamie Overton, Adam Hose, Jake Weatherald, Harry Nielsen, David Payne. Coach: Jason Gillespie.

Brisbane Heat: Usman Khawaja (c), Xavier Bartlett, Josh Brown, Max Bryant, Spencer Johnson, Matthew Kuhnemann, Michael Neser, Marnus Labuschagne, Jimmy Peirson, Will Prestwidge, Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Colin Munro, Sam Billings, Paul Walter, Jack Wildermuth. Coach: Wade Seccombe.

Hobart Hurricanes: Nathan Ellis (c), Iain Carlisle, Tim David, Paddy Dooley, Peter Hatzoglou, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Matthew Wade, Riley Meredith, Mitch Owen, Billy Stanlake, Mac Wright, Chris Jordan, Sam Hain, Corey Anderson, Liam Guthrie, Nikhil Chaudhary, Sam Heazlett. Coach: Adam Griffith.

Melbourne Renegades: Nic Maddinson (c), Aaron Finch, Jake Fraser-McGurk, MacKenzie Harvey, Nathan Lyon, Shaun Marsh, Kane Richardson, Tom Rogers, Peter Siddle, Jon Wells, Will Sutherland, Adam Zampa, Quinton de Kock, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Joe Clarke, Harry Dixon. Coach: David Saker.

Melbourne Stars: Glenn Maxwell, Scott Boland, Joe Burns, Hilton Cartwright, Brody Couch, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Sam Harper, Joel Paris, Nick Larkin, Tom Rogers, Mark Steketee, Marcus Stoinis, Beau Webster, Haris Rauf, Usama Mir, Liam Dawson (for three matches). Coach: Peter Moores.

Perth Scorchers: Ashton Turner (c), Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Cooper Connolly, Aaron Hardie, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Mitch Marsh, Hamish McKenzie, Lance Morris, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman, Zak Crawley, Laurie Evans. Coach: Adam Voges.

Sydney Sixers: Moises Henriques (c), Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird, Joel Davies, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Daniel Hughes, Jordan Silk, Hayden Kerr, Todd Murphy, Steve O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Josh Philippe, Tom Curran, James Vince, Rehan Ahmed, Steve Smith. Coach: Greg Shipperd.

Sydney Thunder: Chris Green (c), Cameron Bancroft, Ollie Davies, Matt Gilkes, Liam Hatcher, Nathan McAndrew, Blake Nikitaras, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, David Warner, Alex Hales, Zaman Khan. Coach: Trevor Bayliss.

BBL Team Wise Winners list:

Edition Year Winner Won By Runner Up
12th 2022-23 Perth Scorchers 5 wickets Brisbane Heat
11th 2021-22 Perth Scorchers 79 runs Sydney Sixers
10th 2020-21 Sydney Sixers 27 runs Perth Scorchers
9th 2019-20 Sydney Sixers 19 runs Melbourne Stars
8th 2018-19 Melbourne Renegades 13 runs Melbourne Stars
7th 2017-18 Adelaide Strikers 25 runs Hobart Hurricanes
6th 2016-17 Perth Scorchers 9 wickets Sydney Sixers
5th 2015-16 Sydney Thunder 3 wickets Melbourne Stars
4th 2014-15 Perth Scorchers 4 wickets Sydney Sixers
3rd 2013-14 Perth Scorchers 39 runs Hobart Hurricanes
2nd 2012-13 Brisbane Heat 34 runs Perth Scorchers
1st 2011-12 Sydney Sixers 7 wickets Perth Scorchers

BBL Cricket Teams FAQs:

How many BBL teams are there?

There are a total number of eight teams in the BBL.

Which teams play BBL?

The teams that play in the BBL are - Adelaide Strikers, Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, Perth Scorchers, Melbourne Stars, Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder.

Which is the most successful team in the BBL?

Perth Scorchers are the most successful team in the history of the BBL, having won the competition five times so far.