David Beckham factfile

Updated: 02 December 2012 09:03 IST

Factfile on former England midfielder David Beckham, who on Saturday capped his Major League Soccer playing career with a second straight MLS Cup title with the Los Angeles Galaxy:

David Beckham factfile
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Factfile on former England midfielder David Beckham, who on Saturday capped his Major League Soccer playing career with a second straight MLS Cup title with the Los Angeles Galaxy:

DAVID BECKHAM

Height: 1.82 metres

Weight: 74 kg

Date of Birth: 02/05/1975

Age: 37

Place of Birth: Leytonstone (London)

Married: to Victoria, four children (Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper Seven)

Position: Midfielder

Clubs

Manchester United (1992-March 1995), Preston North End (D4/loan March-June 1995), Manchester United (July 1995-June 2003), Real Madrid (ESP/June 2003-August 2007), Los Angeles Galaxy (USA/August 2007-Dec. 2008), AC Milan (ITA/loan/January 2009), Los Angeles Galaxy (July-December 2009), AC Milan (ITA/loan/January-June 2010), Los Angeles Galaxy (USA/since July 2010)

International appearances for England: 115

International goals: 17

International debut: 01/09/1996, Moldova-England (0-3)

Last international appearance: 14/10/2009, England-Belarus (3-0)

Playing honours

International

World Cup: quarter-finals (2002, 2006), second round (1998)

European Championships: quarter-finals (2004), 1st round (2000)

Club

Champions League winner: (1999)

Intercontinental Cup winner: (1999)

6 English Premier League titles: (1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003)

2 English FA Cups: (1996, 1999)

1 Spanish league title (2007)

2 MLS league in United States: (2011, 2012)

Others

OBE (Order of the British Empire, 2003)

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