How to Play Brawl Stars Club League Mode

Nov 24, 2021


The Brawl Stars Club League mode is a brand new way of playing in the game that belongs to high-tier players. Let’s see how it works!

Last Wednesday, Supercell launched a new update for Brawl Stars introducing Club League, a brand new competitive mode that allows you to compete against other teams consisting of top-tier players.

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If you haven’t played Club League so far, we will provide you with an overview of the mode and how you can contribute to your club to get the best results out of each match.

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How to Play Brawl Stars Club League

Requirements

In order to be eligible to participate in Club League mode, you should have already achieved 900 Trophies in Trophy Road.

When to Play

Club League is only available on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday every week. So, you should make some room in your schedule for this competitive mode on the aforementioned days.

How to Play

On each play-day, players receive four tickets, which means you are allowed to play four matches, be it Power or Normal. The result you get from every match directly affects your club’s position in the standings table.

Each player can purchase up to four Golden Tickets in a week to add more trophies to his club and speed up its progression. Each Golden Ticket costs 75 Star Points or 5 Gems.

The Ranking System

Each week, your club is in a league with 7 other clubs. Even losing a match, will add a certain number of trophies to your club’s weekly performance, but a win will provide more trophies.

The table below showcases the number of Club Trophies earned for any match outcome:

Normal Match (With Random Teammates) Normal Match (With Clubmates) Power Match (With Random Teammates) Power Match (With Clubmates)
Win +3 +4 +7 +9
Draw +2 +3 NA NA
Lose +1 +2 +3 +5

Based on your rank in the standings table at the end of the week, you will receive Club Points, which show the amount of your club’s progression. Here is how many Club Points you earn for each position on the table:

Rank Club Points Earned
1 100
2 80
3 70
4 50
5 40
6 30
7 20
8 10

Brawl Stars is now available for free on Android and iOS devices.

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