How to create a custom Match Day image

Look at these photographs:

Each of these images was created using the image generator on our Match Day page. You can use the same tool to create a custom image to show your support for your favorite Match Day participants. Then, you can share that image on social media, through text messages, or by email to let others know who you’ll be supporting this Match Day! Here’s how:

  1. Visit our Match Day page and scroll to the “Share Your Support on Facebook” section.
  2. By default, the image says “I’m Supporting Southeast Kansas on Match Day.” If you like that message as is, skip to steps 4 and 5.
  3. To create a custom image, scroll down until you find a series of checkboxes with organization names next to them. Click or tap up to six of these checkboxes to add the organizations’ logos to your custom image. The organizations’ names will also be added to the customizable text that appears below the “Download your image” button.
  4. Option 1: Copy and paste. If you’re using a computer, you can simply copy and paste the image to Facebook, other social networks, or an email. Just right-click the image and select “Copy” from the drop-down menu. Now, you can paste the image wherever you want to use it! (Remember that you can use the keyboard shortcut CTRL-V to paste items you’ve copied.) Skip to step 7.
  5. Option 2: Download your image. Click the “Download your image” button that appears below the image. It will be saved to your computer with the filename My-Match-Day.png.
  6. Share your image with others in whatever way you’d like! Upload it to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or other social media pages. Or send it to your friends in a text message or email. It’s up to you!
  7. When you share your custom image, please include the text that was customized to go with it in the “Copy this text for your Facebook post” section. The text includes our Facebook ID (@sekcf) so you can tag us, and it will also make your post more user-friendly for people who use screen readers to navigate the Web. (If you’re sharing on Twitter, you should change the tag to @cfsek).

If you have any problems using the image generator, contact Joshua McCloud for help.