The Ultra League returns to Pokémon Go for Season 10. In it, you’ll be able to pit some of your strongest Pokémon against other players, so long as they meet the 2,500 CP cap. These battles will take place from December 13 to 27. Selecting the Pokémon you can use in the competition might be a little difficult. These are some of the best Pokémon Teams that you can use in the Ultra League.
The best Pokémon teams for the Ultra League
Trevenant, Lapras, and Umbreon
Trevenant was added to Pokémon Go for the Halloween Mischief event, and it’s become one of the better choices for the Great and Ultra Leagues. It’s a Ghost and Grass-type, making it a problematic Pokémon to counter. In addition, its overall moveset gives it plenty of spam potential. We recommend pairing it with Lapras for the Switch choice and Umbreon as the Closer.
- Trevenant: Shadow claw (fast move), seed bomb, and shadow bomb
- Lapras: Ice shard (fast move), surf, and ice beam
- Umbreon: Snarl (fast move), foul play, and last resort
Galarian Stunfisk, Cofagrigus, and Regirock
Next, we have Galarian Stunfisk, still one of the better Ultra League Pokémon choices. You can’t go wrong with this option, and it’s a flexible choice that you can use in any team. We recommend trying it out with Cofagrigus, a Pokémon with an updated moveset, and the always-reliable Regirock.
- Galarian Stunfisk: Mud shot (fast move), rock slide, and earthquake
- Cofagrigus: Shadow claw (fast move), psychic, and shadow ball
- Regirock: Lock on (fast move), focus blast, and stone edge
Nidoqueen (shadow), Drifblim, and Steelix
Because Season 8 and Season 9 did not change too much, the shadow version of Nidoqueen remains an excellent choice for any trainer. It has plenty of damage potential in multiple encounters. We recommend using it alongside Drifblim and Steelix.
- Nidoqueen (shadow): Poison jab (fast move), poison fang, and earth power
- Drifblim: Hex (fast move), icy wind, and shadow ball
- Steelix: Dragon tail (fast move), crunch, and earthquake
Snorlax, Skunktank, and Talonflame
Snorlax is another powerful Lead Pokémon option that will be difficult to counter against unless your opponent prepares a Fighting-type to meet it headon. We recommend having Skunktank and Talonflame on standby for this team.
- Snorlax: Lick (fast move), body slam, and earthquake
- Skuntank: Poison jab (fast move), crunch, and sludge bomb
- Talonflame: Incinerate (fast move), brave bird, and flame charge
Drapion (Shadow), Perrserker, and Swampert
The last team we will discuss is the shadow version of Drapion, a reasonable Poison-type Pokémon. You’ll want to use Perrserker for your Switch option. It’s a defensive Pokémon capable of taking several hits and dealing plenty of damage with various attacks. The final Closer Pokémon is Swampert, only weak to Grass-type attacks.
- Drapion (Shadow): Poison sting (fast move), aqua tail, and crunch
- Perrserker: Shadow claw (fast move), close combat, and foul play
- Swampert: Mud shot (fast move), hydro cannon, and earthquake