Delhi Daredevils (DD) was the professional twenty20 cricket team that plays in Indian Premier League. Team’s brand identity was change in 2019 when franchise decided to rename it as Delhi Capitals. Delhi Daredevils represents India’ city Delhi in Vivo Indian Premier League. Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium is the official home ground for Delhi team.

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GMR Group bought Delhi franchise back in 2008 for 84 Million USD. Currently Gautam Gambhir is captaining DD in IPL. Delhi Daredevils never won Indian Premier League trophy, eventually they are due to play their first IPL final since 2008. They reached to the semi-finals of first two IPL editions and made their way to playoffs in 2012 but couldn’t make it through to the final.

Delhi Daredevils Performance Year Wise


Year Result / Place
2008 Semi-Finalist (4th Place)
2009 Semi-Finalist (3rd Place)
2010 Group Stage (5th Place)
2011 Group Stage (10th Place)
2012 Playoffs (3rd Place)
2013 Group Stage (9th Place)
2014 Group Stage (8th Place)
2015 Group Stage (7th Place)
2016 Group Stage (6th Place)
2017 Group Stage (6th Place)
2018 Group Stage (8th Place)


Delhi Daredevils played 2009 and 2012 Champions League Twenty20 events but team never won the CLT20 competition. DD reached to the semi-final of 2012 season but then knocked out.

Note: Champions League Twenty20 doesn’t exist anymore after 2014 as tournament was defunct from 2015.

Delhi Daredevils 2019 Team, Squad, Players List

Delhi Daredevils retained 14 players including skipper Shreyas Iyer, Kagiso Rabada and Rishabh Pant ahead of 2019 Indian Premier League players auction. Shikhar Dhawan is also acquired by Daredevils from Sunrisers Hyderabad. Team released top Indian players like Gautam Gambhir and Mohammed Shami before heading into auction.

Let’s have a look at the complete squad of Delhi Daredevils for Vivo IPL-12.

Sr. No. Player Country Role
1. Shreyas Iyer (Captain) India Batsman
2. Rishabh Pant India Wicket Keeper
3. Prithvi Shaw India Batsman
4. Shikhar Dhawan India Bowler
5. Chris Morris South Africa Bowler
6. Sandeep Lamichhane Nepal Bowler
7. Harshal Patel India All-Rounder
8. Rahul Tewatia India All-Rounder
9. Jayant Yadav India All-Rounder
10. Manjot Kalra India Batsman
11. Kagiso Rabada South Africa Bowler
12. Amit Mishra India Bowler
13. Colin Munro New Zealand All-Rounder
14. Trent Boult New Zealand Bowler
15. Avesh Khan India Bowler

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