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{{samename|levels of the {{ga|Trainer Card}}|Trainer stars}}
[[File:Pokémon GO level up.png|thumb|200px|Leveling up]]
The '''Trainer level''' (Japanese: '''トレーナーレベル''' ''Trainer level'') is a property of the player in {{g|GO}}. The player's Trainer level is increased by earning experience (abbreviated XP). Leveling up earns the player items, and certain levels unlock particular items. Once unlocked, items can appear when searching [[PokéStop]]s or opening [[Gift]]s. After reaching level 5, the player can choose a team, which allows them to use {{OBP|Gym|GO}}s and participate in [[Raid Battle]]s. Trainer levels are capped at level 40, but players can continue accumulating XP.
 
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Additionally, the player's Trainer level determines the maximum Power Up level at which they can obtain Pokémon and [[Power Up]] Pokémon to.
 
==Power Up levels==
A player can Power Up a Pokémon up to two levels past their Trainer level, up to level 40; if a player is traded a Pokémon at a higher Power Up level, its level will be dropped to meet this limit. The levels at which Pokémon can be obtained also depend on the player's Trainer level.
*Wild Pokémon (except from raids and [[Field Research|research tasks]]) can appear at any Power Up level up to the player's Trainer level, capped at level 30.
**If they are [[weather]]-boosted, they can instead appear at any Power Up level up to the player's Trainer level + 5, up to level 35.
*Pokémon hatched from {{pkmn|Egg}}s have an initial Power Up level equal to the Trainer level at the time the Egg was originally obtained, capped at level 20.
 
==Earning experience==
|10,000
|[[File:GO Poké Ball.png|24px|link=Poké Ball#Poké Ball]]×20 [[File:GO Potion.png|24px|link=Potion#Potion]]×10 [[File:GO Revive.png|24px|link=Revive]]×10 [[File:GO Incense.png|24px|link=Incense]]×1
|{{OBP|Gym|GO}}s, [[Raid Pass]]es, [[Potion]]s, [[Revive]]s
|- style="background:#fff"
|6
|45,000
|[[File:GO Poké Ball.png|24px|link=Poké Ball#Poké Ball]]×20 [[File:GO Super Potion.png|24px|link=Super Potion]]×20 [[File:GO Revive.png|24px|link=Revive]]×10 [[File:GO Razz Berry.png|24px|link=Razz Berry]]×10 [[File:GO Incense.png|24px|link=Incense]]×1 [[File:GO Lucky Egg.png|24px|link=Lucky Egg]]×1 [[File:GO Egg Incubator.png|24px|link=Egg Incubator]]×1 [[File:GO Lure Module.png|24px|link=Lure Module]]×1
|[[Super Potion]]s, [[Dragon Scale]]s, [[King's Rock]]s, [[Metal Coat]]s, [[Sun Stone]]s, [[Up-Grade]]s, [[Trade]]s
|- style="background:#fff"
|11
==External links==
*[https://support.pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/222049787-Level-up-and-earn-medals Pokémon GO Help Center]
 
==References==
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