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Guide to Clubs

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Ever wanted to share a persistent chat group with other League players and hit the Rift united under a single, radiant banner? Join the club.

 


 

The Basics

 

  • In the legacy client: Find clubs in the social panel, between your friends list and notifications buttons.
  • In the updated client: The Clubs home page and roster is in your Profile. You can also access chat by clicking on your clubs in the social panel on the right.
  • Clubs are invite-only, so to join a club you’ll need to request an invitation from the owner or an officer. You can also create your own, and invite whomever you like.
  • Clubs currently cap out at 50 members.
  • You can join up to 3 clubs, but you can only be the owner of one of them.
  • Club chatrooms are persistent for as long as the club is active, but only the most recent 100 messages are saved.
  • Clubs have unique names and tags. To unlock a club tag, you must have at least 5 members.

 


 

Roles

Depending on the role you play in a club, your interactions will vary.

Club Owner

Invite and kick members
Promote members to officers
Approve member recommendations
Create club tag
Set the message of the day

Officer

Invite and kick members
Approve member nominations
Set the message of the day

Member

Can nominate players to the club


 

Representation

 

Club Name

The name of your currently-selected club is visible to other players. It shows up on the scoreboard and in the end-of-game screen. Club names have a 25 character limit, and can include apostrophes.

Club names and tags have the same restrictions as Summoner names, so they must be unique and contain no offensive language. Pro team names have been reserved and will be restricted from everyone except for the members of those teams.

Your active club’s name will appear in place of a status if your status is blank.

Club Tag

Once your club has a few members (at least 5), you’ll be able to create a club tag. This two-to-five character tag appears next to your summoner name whenever you’re playing or preparing for a game. Other players will see it in the lobby, loading screen, champion select, in-game, and in the end-of-game screen. Tags can include punctuation.

Joining Multiple Clubs

You can be a member or officer of up to three clubs, but you can only be the owner of one club. Only one club at a time can be ‘active,’ meaning that club’s name and tag will appear alongside your summoner name.


 

FAQ

 

How do I transfer ownership of my club to someone else?

In the legacy client: Right-click any member in the club lobby and select "Transfer Ownership."
In the updated client: Transfer ownership of clubs through the Members section. Click the action menu (ellipsis) for the member you'd like to transfer ownership to, then select "Transfer Ownership" and confirm the transfer.

Can I change my club’s name/tag?

Right now, you can’t change a club’s name or its tag once it’s created. The best way to do this currently is to remove all members and delete the club, then create a new club with your desired name and invite your previous members.

Will my club disband if there’s no activity for a certain period of time?

Your club won’t disband due to inactivity. It’s possible in the future that we’ll make inactive club names available for use again after a certain period, but the club will remain.

What happens if the owner of my club gets permabanned?

Someone from the club should contact Player Support here, and we can transfer ownership of the club to the next-highest-ranking member.

How do I leave a club?

In the legacy client: Go to the clubs tab in the social panel, right-click on the club you want to leave, and select "Leave Club."
In the updated client: Go to the club home page, click the cog in the top right corner of the club options menu, and select "Leave Club." You can also select yourself in the club lobby and click "Leave Club."

Can I chat with my club through the League Friends app?

You can! You'll see your clubs at the top of the app. Tap on one to chat in that club's chat room.

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