J-League Winning Eleven 2010 Club Championship is a soccer simulation game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. J-League 2010 uses an updated version of the Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 engine, and is the successor to J-League Winning Eleven 2009 Club Championship.
J-League 2010 includes many of the features that are staples in the Pro Evolution Soccer series, allowing players to control clubs and attempt to win matches, cups, and leagues. Unlike the PES games, J-League 2010 only includes club teams and does not feature national teams. 36 teams from both tiers of the J. League, as well as 118 foreign clubs.