Introduction: Circuit class therapy consists of function specific motion exercises from daily life and is recommended for all phases after stroke. Purpose: The purpose is to review results about its effectiveness to improve mobility in the chronic phase after stroke. Methods: Databases PubMed, CINAHL, PEDro, Cochrane and PsycINFO were reviewed for the period from January 2017 to January 2019. Furthermore, relevant studies from the Cochrane systematic literature review were added. Results: 11 randomised controlled trials were included in the review with scores from 5 to 8 on PEDro scale. They were published between 2000 and 2017. Participants were on average from 10.3 months to 6.7 years after stroke. Statistically significant improvement was reported for walking distance (6 of 9 researches), aerobic capacity (2 of 3 researches), walking speed (4 of 5 researches) and balance (5 of 9 researches). Conclusion: Circuit class therapy may be effective to improve patients’ mobility in the chronic phase after stroke. To be effective it should consist of function-specific exercises, last from 45 to 60 minutes and be performed three times a week for four weeks. For a longer exercising period, lower exercise frequency is also effective.