WNBA Champions


The Houston Comets asserted themselves at the dominating force early in WNBA history. However, the Los Angeles Sparks have shown longevity, with 3 straight finals appearances from 2001 to 2003 and back to back appearances in 2016 and 2017. Still, the Minnesota Lynx have emerged as the franchise to beat.

Minnesota Lynx appeared in 6 WNBA Finals (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017), holding a record of 4 wins and 2 loses.

Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus, Rebekkah Brunson and Lindsay Whalen are part of Minnesota’s longtime veteran core. AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill.

1990 – 1999

  • 1997: Houston Comets def. New York Liberty
  • 1998: Houston Comets def. Phoenix Mercury
  • 1999: Houston Comets def. New York Liberty

2000 – 2009

  • 2000: Houston Comets def. New York Liberty
  • 2001: Los Angeles Sparks def. Charlotte Sting
  • 2002: Los Angeles Sparks def. New York Liberty
  • 2003: Detroit Shock def. Los Angeles Sparks
  • 2004: Seattle Storm def. Connecticut Sun
  • 2005: Sacramento Monarchs def. Connecticut Sun
  • 2006: Detroit Shock def. Sacramento Monarchs
  • 2007: Phoenix Mercury def. Detroit Shock
  • 2008: Detroit Shock def. San Antonio Silver Stars
  • 2009: Phoenix Mercury def. Indiana Fever

2010 – 2019

  • 2010: Seattle Storm def Atlanta Dream
  • 2011: Minnesota Lynx def. Atlanta Dream
  • 2012: Indiana Fever def. Minnesota Lynx
  • 2013: Minnesota Lynx def. Atlanta Dream
  • 2014: Phoenix Mercury def. Chicago Sky
  • 2015: Minnesota Lynx def. Indiana Fever
  • 2016: Los Angeles Sparks def. Minnesota Lynx
  • 2017: Minnesota Lynx def. Los Angeles Sparks
  • 2018: Seattle Storm def. Washington Mystics
  • 2019: Washington Mystics def. Connecticut Sun

2020 – 2029

  • 2020:
  • 2021:
  • 2022:
  • 2023:
  • 2024:
  • 2025:
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  • 2027:
  • 2028:
  • 2029:

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Coach Desmond

Strategic leader with a knack for building powerfully, productive teams. Occupational Activist. Fitness Director. Georgia Bulldog. Lakers Nation.

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