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Pokemon Go’s Battle League Season 11 will start on June 2 until September 2. The season will last 13 weeks with a weekly battle league rotation. Here are the battle league schedules and rewards for this season.

Pokemon Go: Season 11

The Go Battle Leagues for Season 11 will start and end at 1:00 P.M. PDT (GMT-7). If you are in a different time zone, here is a time zone converter.

Season 11 Weekly League Rotation

Battle League Duration

Battle League

June 2 to June 9
  • Great League
  • Great League Remix
June 9 to June 16
  • Ultra League
  • Catch Cup – Go Fest Edition
June 16 to June 23
  • Master League (3x Stardust win reward)
  • Fossil Cup (3x Stardust win reward)
June 23 to June 30
  • Great League
  • Retro Cup
June 30 to July 7
  • Ultra League
  • Kanto Cup
July 7 to July 14
  • Great League
  • Ultra League
  • Master League
July 14 to July 21
  • Great League
  • Flying Cup
July 21 to July 28
  • Ultra League
  • Little Cup Remix
July 28 to August 4
  • Master League (3x Stardust win reward)
  • TBA (???) (3x Stardust win reward)
August 4 to August 11
  • Great League
  • Element Cup
August 11 to August 18
  • Ultra League
  • Summer Cup
August 18 to August 25
  • Great League
  • Fighting Cup
August 25 to September 2
  • Great League
  • Ultra League
  • Master League

 

Season 11 Pokemon GO: Battle League Rewards

Guaranteed Rewards

Battle League Rank

Reward

Rank1
  • Machamp Encounter
Rank 3
  • Pikachu Libre Avatar Items
Rank6
  • Mienfoo Encounter
Rank19
  • Elite Charged TM
  • Elite Fast TM (End of Season)
Ace Rank
(2,000 pts)
  • Axew Encounter
  • Bea-Style Gloves
Veteran Rank
(2,500 pts)
  • Noibat Encounter
  • Bea-style Headband
Expert Rank
(2,750 pts)
  • Bea-style Outfit
Legend Rank
(3,000 pts)
  • Pikachu Libre  Encounter
  • Bea-style Pose
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Standard Encounter Rewards

Rank1 Rank6 Rank11 Rank16 Rank20 and up
  • Poliwag
  • Wingull
  • Meditite
  • Litwick
  • Skwovet
  • Skarmory
  • Mienfoo
  • Lickingtung
  • Hitmontop
  • Karrablast
  • Frillish
  • Shelmet
  • Absol
  • Pancham
  • Falinks
  • 5-star Raid Boss
  • Axew (2000 pts)
  • Noibat (2,500 pts)

 

Note: Shiny versions of Axew Karrablast and Shelment are only available during and after Pokemon Go Fest on June 4, 2022

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Pokemon Go Season 11: League Types

There are 13 unique battle leagues that you can participate in this season.

Here are the requirements for each one.

  • Great League – Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate.
  • Ultra League – Pokemon with 2, 500 CP and below should be used to participate.
  • Master League – Pokemon with 2, 500 CP and above should be used to participate.
  • Fossil Cup – A variation of Great League with elemental restrictions.
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Elemental Types: Water-, Rock-, and Steel- types
  • Retro Cup – A variation of Great League with elemental restrictions.
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Banned Elemental Types: Fairy-, Dark-, and Steel- types
  • Kanto Cup – A variation of Great League with Pokedex # Restrictions.
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Pokemons with Pokedex numbers #1 to #51
  • Flying Cup – A variation of Great League with a very specific type requirement.
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Flying Types
  • Great League Remix – This is a variation of Great League.
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate.
    • Most used Pokemons are banned.
These are the Pokemons that are not allowed in the Great League Remix.
Season 11 Banned Pokemon in Great League Remix
  • Venusaur
  • Nidoquee
  • Alolan Ninetails
  • Azumarill
  • Umbreon
  • Skarmory
  • Swampert
  • Sableye
  • Medicham
  • Altaria
  • Walrein
  • Scrafty
  • Bastiodon
  • Drapion
  • Defense Forme Deoxys
  • Jellicent
  • Galarian Stunkfisk
  • Talonflame
  • Trevenant
  • Obstagoon
  • Summer Cup – A variation of Great League with element requirement
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Normal-, Fire-, Water-, Grass-, Electric-, and Bug- Types
  • Fighting Cup – A variation of Great League with element requirement
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Fighting- Types
    • Banned Pokemon: Psychic- Types
  • Catch Cup – Go Fest Edition – A special Go Battle League event
    • Pokemon with 1,500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Pokemons Caught during Go Fest Weekend June 4, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. and June 5, 2022, at 6:00 p.m (GMT-7) Time zone converter
  • Little Cup Remix – A special battle league that requires the low CP.
    • Pokemon with 500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Able to evolve but not evolved.
    • Season 11 Banned Pokemon: Vulpix, Bronzor, Cottonee, Deino
  • Element Cup – A special battle league that requires a low CP.
    • Pokemon with 500 CP and below should be used to participate
    • Allowed Pokemon: Fire-, Water-, and Grass-type

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