Accuracy
61%
Participated
45
Win/Loss
27/17
Accuracy
61%
Participated
50
Win/Loss
30/19
Accuracy
53%
Participated
44
Win/Loss
23/20
Accuracy
51%
Participated
48
Win/Loss
24/23
Accuracy
51%
Participated
50
Win/Loss
25/24
Accuracy
59%
Participated
55
Win/Loss
32/22
Accuracy
58%
Participated
51
Win/Loss
29/21
Accuracy
52%
Participated
47
Win/Loss
24/22
Accuracy
52%
Participated
32
Win/Loss
16/15
Accuracy
51%
Participated
42
Win/Loss
21/20
Accuracy
50%
Participated
55
Win/Loss
27/27
Accuracy
65%
Participated
18
Win/Loss
11/6
Accuracy
65%
Participated
17
Win/Loss
11/6
Accuracy
64%
Participated
15
Win/Loss
9/5
Accuracy
60%
Participated
16
Win/Loss
9/6
Accuracy
58%
Participated
20
Win/Loss
11/8
Accuracy
58%
Participated
20
Win/Loss
11/8
Accuracy
53%
Participated
20
Win/Loss
10/9
Accuracy
50%
Participated
18
Win/Loss
9/9
Accuracy
60%
Participated
20
Win/Loss
12/8
Accuracy
52%
Participated
21
Win/Loss
11/10
Accuracy
50%
Participated
12
Win/Loss
6/6

Countries: Australia
Administrator: Cricket Australia
Format: Twenty20
First edition: 2015–16
Latest edition: 2019–20
Next edition: 2020–21
Number of teams: 8
Current champion: Brisbane Heat (1st title)
Most successful: Sydney Sixers (2 titles)
Most runs Ellyse Perry (2000*)
Most wickets: Sarah Aley (69)
TV: Seven Network, Fox Cricket
Website: bigbash.com.au/wbbl

The Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) is the Australian women’s domestic Twenty20 cricket competition.

The WBBL replaced the Australian Women’s Twenty20 Cup, which ran from the 2007–08 season through to the 2014–15 season. The competition features eight city-based franchises, branded identically to the franchises in the men’s Big Bash League.

A number of matches during the competition’s inaugural 2015–16 season were broadcast by Network Ten, a free-to-air network. The naming rights sponsor for the WBBL is Rebel Sport. The current champions of this tournament are the Brisbane Heat.