David Beckham – football player, was born on May 2, 1975 in the city of London, England. The best known as the midfielder, as well as Mr. Spice. At the beginning of his biography, David Beckham was in the lead among other English players.
He became popular not only on the field, but still far beyond its borders. The football player was already a famous player of Manchester United when he married Victoria Adams, the star of the Spice Gels group in July 1999. The combination of two popular personalities exerted unparalleled pressure on the public. The couple became one of the most famous British unions.
As a player, Beckham is famous for his light blow to the ball, impressive long-distance strikes.
“Manchester United” sold the player to the Spanish team “Real Madrid” for 35 million euros in July 2003. At the 1998 championship, meeting with Argentina, Beckham was disqualified for rough, nervous behavior on the field. However, the player played in the championships of 2002, 2006. From 2000 to 2006, Beckham was the captain of the English national team. He left this role after losing in a match with Portugal in the quarterfinals of the World Cup. In 2007, the player signed a multimillion-dollar contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy team. He first wore a new uniform on July 21, 2007 in a “friendly” match with Chelsea.
Additional information: Usually Beckham plays as a midfielder. His nickname is “Becks”. Together with Victoria, David has three sons, named Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz. When the biography of David Beckham played for Manchester United, the athlete wore uniform No. 7. After joining Real Madrid, he changed the number to 23. This same number Beckham wore, starting to play for the Galaxy. In addition to Beckham in “Real Madrid” other football stars played: Figo, Ronaldo, Zidane.
In 2002, the film “Bend It Like Beckham” with Kira Knightley – a story about a football player-teenager. Beckham did not act in the film, but his name was present in the title. The title of the film referred to the skill of Beckham to make twisted blows.