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“Clans are an integral part of the game. Join one to get in on the fun!”

Clans are a feature where players can congregate and try to push themselves to their best potential while receiving and giving help from friends and competing with other Clans, to prove their skill in Clash Royale. Clanmates can donate cards to each other and work together to fight Clan Wars. Once the player has completed the tutorial, they are allowed to join or create a Clan. However, the player must be at least King Level 3 to request cards. The player can initiate Friendly Battles in a Clan. One will not get any rewards from them, nor will they lose or gain trophies. In a Clan, players are able to share replays from both their own battle log and TV Royale. Clans can have up to 50 members.

Starting a Clan

  • To create a brand-new clan, the player has to complete the tutorial.
  • They must also pay 1,000 Gold to create a clan.
  • When these requirements are met, the player can choose the name of their clan, tweak the badge, description, and settings to their liking, and at last create the clan. (NOTE: Everything but the name can be changed by the leader or co-leader later.)
  • Once the clan is created, the creator of the clan automatically becomes the leader of the clan.

Donations and Requests

  • While in a Clan, players are able to donate and request cards to clanmates.
  • Players can request every 7 hours for cards of their choosing. They are allowed to request for any Common or Rare card they have unlocked. Players in higher Arenas can both receive and donate more cards.
    • They can decide to speed up the request cooldown using Gems at the rate of 1 gem per 10 minutes, the same as instantly opening Chests.
    • On Epic Sundays, players are allowed to request Epic cards once. The number of Epics they can request at one time is equal to the number of Rares they can request.
    • Legendaries cannot be requested.
  • Players can respond to any donation requests by donating cards of their own. They will receive 1 XP/SP and 5 Gold for each Common card donated or 10 XP/SP and 50 Gold for each Rare card donated. For every Epic card donated, they get 10 XP/SP and 500 Gold.
  • In the case that their card is at the max level, they can donate for free. In this case, the player will only get the XP/SP.
  • Clan-wide donations are reset on a weekly basis at midnight GMT on Sunday.
Arena Donations Requests Daily Donation Limit
Name Number
Goblin Stadium.png
Goblin Stadium
1 1 Common or 1 Rare 10 Commons or 1 Rare 90
Bone Pit.png
Bone Pit
2 2 Commons or 1 Rare
Barbarian Bowl.png
Barbarian Bowl
P.E.K.K.A.'s Playhouse.png
P.E.K.K.A's Playhouse
4 4 Commons or 1 Rare 20 Commons or 2 Rares 180
Spell Valley.png
Spell Valley
Builder's Workshop.png
Builder's Workshop
Royal Arena.png
Royal Arena
7 6 Commons or 1 Rare 30 Commons or 3 Rares 270
Frozen Peak.png
Frozen Peak
Jungle Arena.png
Jungle Arena
Hog Mountain.png
Hog Mountain
10 8 Commons or 1 Rare 40 Commons or 4 Rares 360
Electro Valley.png
Electro Valley
Spooky Town.png
Spooky Town
Rascal's Hideout.png
Rascal's Hideout
Serenity Peak.png
Serenity Peak
Legendary Arena.png
Legendary Arena

Daily Donation Limit

  • The Daily Donation Limit is a restriction that prevents the player from donating a virtually infinite amount of cards per day, which in turn prevents the player from earning large amounts of Gold and Experience per day. The Daily Donation Limit limits each player to donate a certain amount of cards a day. For example, if a player is in the Royal Arena, they are allowed to donate 270 cards, or 9 times the request capacity for Common cards in that Arena (30). As they enter higher Arenas, their donation limit will increase. As a result of this, a player can only earn a maximum of 1,800 Gold (except Epic Sundays) and 360 Experience/Star Points from donating cards per day.
  • Donating a Common Card counts as 1 card to this limit, and donating a Rare or Epic Card counts as 10 cards to this limit.
  • The Daily Donation Limit, as its name suggests, resets daily.


Main article: Trade Tokens
  • While in a Clan, players with King Level 8 or higher can trade cards with other members of the Clan.
  • To do so, players need to use Trade Tokens to start a trade. Other players can accept the trade by spending a corresponding Trade Token of their own.
  • Players can trade any rarity of card, and can even request a card they haven't unlocked if they could unlock it through other means in their Arena.
  • Players can accept one trade every 15 minutes.

Clan Score

  • The clan score is calculated using the following weighting:
Ranks Value (of the total)
1-10 50%
11-20 25%
21-30 12%
31-40 10%
41-50 3%

  • Note that although this is commonly called “Clan Trophies”, it shouldn't be confused with the purple Clan Trophies that indicates the performance of a Clan in Clan Wars.

Clan Settings

  • Clan Leaders can choose between three settings for “type of clan” when starting, which can also be changed later:
    • Open: Anyone can join, provided they have the minimum amount of Trophies required.
    • Invite Only: Players can request to join (provided they have the minimum number of trophies) and anyone invited can join regardless of the trophy limit. Clan Elders, Co-Leaders and Leaders have the position of power to decline requests.
    • Closed: The Clan does not accept new people joining unless they are invited.
  • The Clan Name is set at the Clan's creation, and cannot be changed later.
  • The Clan Badge can be set and changed whenever a Clan Leader wants to.
  • Leaders, and Co-leaders (see below) can change Clan Settings, including the required Trophy count and Clan location.
  • It is important to note that clanmates will NOT be automatically kicked as a result of not having the minimum amount of Trophies.

Clan Roles

  • There are four different roles within a Clan: Member, Elder, Co-Leader and Leader.
    • Members have no special privileges within a Clan. They cannot kick or promote, nor change the Clan Settings. This is the default role when players join a clan.
    • Elders are the first level of promotion. They are able to kick members once every 20 minutes and invite or accept players to the Clan, but are not able to change the Clan Settings.
    • Co-Leaders are the second level of promotion. They can kick/promote/demote members and elders, recruit/accept players, and are able to change the Clan Settings. They can also send clan mail by clicking "Message" on the Clan's main menu. By tapping on a player's name, they can tap "Nudge" to send a automatic message to that player which reminds them to complete their attacks in Clan Wars. They can also promote Elders to Co-Leaders, but cannot demote Co-Leaders.
    • The Leader is, for the most part, the player who created a Clan, but they can demote themselves while promoting someone else to the role of Leader. They have the same privileges as Co-leaders, however, the Leader is the only player in the Clan who can kick and demote everyone, no matter the player's role. Transferring leadership of a clan will demote the transferring player's role to Co-Leader, and their desired player will take the Leader role.


  • One may access a friend list and their profiles through the home screen.
  • This lists one's Facebook/Game Center friends and shows which of them are online. For Chinese players, QQ/WeChat friends can be accessed here.
  • From this interface, the player may start a Friendly Battle with any friend even if they aren't in the same Clan, or they can spectate them in a battle.
  • The player can also directly invite friends to join them in a 2v2 battle.


  • On 29/2/16, the March 2016 Update increased the experience received from donating Rare Cards to 10 experience (from 5 experience).
  • On 16/3/16, a maintenance break improved clan searching in Asian languages.
  • On 3/5/16, the May 2016 Update increased the donations, requests and the daily donation limit based on the Arena the player is currently in. Also, it added a 20 minute cooldown time between kicking Members for Elders and lots of new badges.
  • On 19/9/16, the September 2016 Update changed the Clan tab's name to the Social tab and modified the icon. It also allowed players to see whether their friends are online or offline and spectate their battles.
  • On 1/11/16, the November 2016 Update decreased the card request time to 7 hours, and the required trophy levels 3200, 3400, 3600, 3800, and 4000 were added as options for clan settings.
  • On 16/12/16, a maintenance break fixed issues with messages in the Clan Chat.
  • On 13/3/17, the March 2017 Update allowed players to spectate their Clanmates' matches, added options for required trophy levels up to 4600 and increased the daily donation limit to 260 cards.
  • On 12/6/17, the June 2017 Update changed the level required to join a clan (from level 3 to level 1).
  • On 13/6/17, a maintenance break fixed a few issues with Clan Chat filtering.
  • On 5/9/18, the September 2018 Update added the trading mechanic, and also added options for required trophy levels up to 6400.
  • On 5/12/18, the December 2018 Update added the function to spend Gems to instantly request Cards, and raised the daily donation limit by about 50%.
  • On 15/4/19, the April 2019 Update added a "Last seen online" status to Clan members.
  • On 30/9/19, the September 2019 Update added the function to auto demote inactive leaders.


  • If the leader leaves the clan without demoting themselves, or has not logged in for 35 days, leadership transfers to the longest serving Co-Leader. If there aren't any Co-Leaders, then the longest serving Elder takes the role of Leader, and if there are neither Co-Leaders nor Elders, then the longest serving Member is the new Leader.
  • Some of the Clan Badges are national flags of some countries and are used by many clans of the corresponding countries.