Clash Royale Tier List: All Cards Ranked (June 2023)

Here's a complete ranking of all the cards available in Clash Royale depending on how they perform in June 2023.

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Our tier list ranks all the cards in Clash Royale for June 2023. | © Supercell

With over 100 cards in Clash Royale, deciding which cards to have in your deck can be a tricky problem. Each card comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Finding synergy between the right cards can often result in a game-winning deck.

So, to help you sort out the possible selections, we've ranked all the cards in Clash Royale from best to worst depending on how well they're currently performing in the June 2023 meta.

To shape our tier list, we've considered the recent April balance changes.

Clash Royale Card Tier List - June 2023

Clash Royale Tier List May2023
A complete ranking of all the cards in Clash Royale. | © Supercell

This is an overview of our card rankings. As some of you might have guessed, S-tier indicates the very best cards in Clash Royale at the moment. The further you move down the tier list, the less powerful these cards become. The least strong cards are at the bottom of the table in F-tier.

That being said, here's a look at the specifics of our card tier list for June 2023.


Mighty Miner April2023
The Mighty Miner is one of the very best cards in Clash Royale. | © Supercell

S-tier cards are the best cards in the game. They're incredibly hard-hitting, durable, and can fit into most decks in any game mode. Frankly speaking, they're top-tier picks that you should have for your deck.

The best cards in Clash Royale are Mighty Miner, Cannon Cart, Barbarian Barrel, Goblins, Rascals, Skeleton King, Zappies, Phoenix, and Graveyard.

The S-tier cards are:

  • Mighty Miner
  • Cannon Cart
  • Barbarian Barrel
  • Goblins
  • Rascals
  • Skeleton King
  • Zappies
  • Phoenix
  • Graveyard


Royal Ghost May2023
Don't sleep on the Royal Ghost. | © Supercell

A-tier cards are high-end picks to have in your deck. They're incredibly powerful alternatives to the S-tier cards - and in some cases, better than them. However, A-tier cards lack the firepower to seat them in a higher position. Nevertheless, you'll still have a high chance of winning many battles with these cards.

The A-tier cards are:

  • Dark Prince
  • Fisherman
  • Poison
  • Flying Machine
  • Royal Ghost
  • Arrows
  • Tornado
  • The Log
  • Tombstone
  • Goblin Hut
  • Ice Spirit
  • Miner
  • Archers
  • Goblin Barrel
  • Skeleton Barrel
  • Bowler
  • Monk
  • Fireball
  • Archer Queen


Megaminion May2023
The Mega Minion is flying decently well in the current meta. | © Supercell

B-tier cards are, for the most part, decent picks for decks as their power levels are above average. However, they lack the stats, abilities, and synergies to be impactful cards. Regardless, they're inclusions that can get the job done in the right situation.

The B-tier cards are:

  • Lightning
  • Mega Minion
  • Lumberjack
  • Goblin Gang
  • Bomb Tower
  • Magic Archer
  • Royal Delivery
  • Inferno Dragon
  • Musketeer
  • Skeletons
  • Giant Snowball
  • Cannon
  • Balloon
  • Prince
  • Zap
  • Electro Giant
  • Golden Knight
  • Earthquake
  • Royal Hogs
  • Minions
  • Giant
  • Lava Hound
  • Golem
  • Elixir Collector
  • Mortar


Mother Witch May2023
The Mother Witch is performing below average at the moment. | © Supercell

C-tier cards are below-average deck inclusions in the current meta. Their overall performance depends on the cards they synergize with in your deck. However, as a stand-alone card, they are typically worse for wear than their B-tier compatriots.

The C-tier cards are:

  • Giant Skeleton
  • Bats
  • Hog Rider
  • Electro Spirit
  • Electro Wizard
  • Goblin Cage
  • Wall Breakers
  • Knight
  • Royal Recruits
  • Hunter
  • Fire Spirit
  • Bandit
  • Dart Goblin
  • Mega Knight
  • Mother Witch
  • Elite Barbarians
  • Goblin Giant
  • Guards
  • P.E.K.K.A
  • Rocket
  • Inferno Tower
  • Electro Dragon
  • Sparky
  • Battle Ram
  • Skeleton Army
  • Freeze
  • Bomber


Mini Pekka April2023
Mini P.E.K.K.A is not the best inclusion in your Clash Royale deck. | © Supercell

D-tier cards are picks that don't usually see the light of day. Their power level is usually low, so don't expect huge benefits if you include them in your deck. There is still hope for them, but it depends on the cards you pair them with.

The D-tier cards are:

  • Goblin Drill
  • Ram Rider
  • Royal Giant
  • Three Musketeers
  • Skeleton Dragons
  • Baby Dragon
  • Mini P.E.K.K.A
  • Valkyrie
  • Ice Golem
  • Executioner
  • Furnace
  • Princess
  • Rage
  • Minion Horde
  • Heal Spirit
  • Firecracker
  • Night Witch
  • Ice Wizard
  • Tesla
  • Witch
  • Wizard


Elixir Golem April2023
Elixir Golem isn't as intimidating as it used to be. | © Supercell

F-tier cards are currently the worst cards you can include in your Clash Royale deck. They're not supremely powerful in any sense of the word. Most of the time, you'll be at a disadvantage if you pick them. They don't provide enough value or synergy for their inclusion in your deck.

These are the F-tier cards:

  • X-Bow
  • Battle Healer
  • Mirror
  • Clone
  • Barbarian Hut
  • Elixir Golem

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