IPL 2016: Customise Facebook Profile Pic to Support Your Favourite IPL Team


After the successful launch of Game Face for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20, Facebook Game Face is here for the ongoing IPL 2016. Just like T20 World Cup 2016, the cricket fans can customize their Facebook profile picture to support their favourite cricket team in the ninth edition of Indian Premier League.


Facebook is giving the opportunity to the cricket lovers to support their favourite team in IPL by means of customising profile picture. According to Facebook, it will be temporary and the profile picture of the user will be automatically changed with the old one according to time set by the users.

How to Use Game Face to Customise Facebook Profile Picture to Support IPL Cricket Team?

Step 1: After logging into your Facebook account, move to the Facebook Game Face page from here

Step 2: In the list of the events, select the IPL.

Step 3: The list of eight IPL cricket teams being supported by the Facebook Game Face will appear. Select for the desired team and set the size of your profile picture.


Step 4: There is the option of switch back to previous profile picture in 1hour/ 1 day/ 1 week/ or never. Select the option and click on use as Profile Picture.

In addition to using the existing profile picture, the users can select for the new profile picture as well from the Change picture option.

Your profile picture will look as:

IPL Teams 2016

  • Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad
  • Mumbai Indians
  • Kolkata Knight Riders
  • Delhi Daredevils
  • Gujarat Lions
  • Kings XI Punjab
  • Rising Pune Supergiants

IPL is said to be the most expensive and largest cricket league in the world. This year Indian Rupee 1,36,00,00,000 have been spent on the auction of 94 players in which 27 are overseas players. Only 94 players comprising 66 Indians and 28 from overseas have been selected from the total of 351 players.

Ahmad A.R

Ahmad A. is professional I.T guru and Blogger from Pakistan and he hold Computer Sciences degree from LUMS and serves many multinational organizations. His technology review remain quite popular in past. He holds Masters Degree in Computer Science from Leeds University, United Kingdom.