David Beckham: A Journey from Manchester to Global Philanthropy

Manchester United Debut (1992)

Beckham began his professional club career with Manchester United, making his first-team debut at age 17. He won numerous titles with the club, including the Premier League, FA Cup, and the UEFA Champions League​

Treble Winner (1999)

Beckham played a key role in Manchester United's historic treble-winning season, contributing to their Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League victories​​.

England Captaincy

Beckham was captain of the England national team for six years, earning 58 caps as captain. He made 115 career appearances for England, playing in three FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Championships​​.

Move to Real Madrid (2003)

Beckham's transfer to Real Madrid marked the start of his Galáctico era, where he won the La Liga championship in his final season with the club​​.

LA Galaxy and MLS Growth (2007)

Beckham's move to LA Galaxy was a milestone for Major League Soccer, increasing its global profile and contributing to the league's growth​​.

International Recognition

Beckham is the first English player to win league titles in four different countries: England, Spain, the United States, and France. He was also twice runner-up for FIFA World Player of the Year​​.

Philanthropy with UNICEF

Through his partnership with UNICEF, Beckham has worked to help vulnerable children worldwide reach their potential, demonstrating his commitment to philanthropy​​.

Malaria No More

Beckham supports the global initiative to eradicate malaria, joining efforts with Malaria No More to combat this deadly disease​​.


Beckham has been part of the #TogetherBand campaign, supporting Global Goals and UNICEF, highlighting his ongoing efforts to drive positive change globally​​.

Final Match and Retirement (2013)

Beckham's illustrious 21-year career concluded at Paris Saint-Germain, where he played a part in securing the Ligue 1 title and received a standing ovation in his final match, celebrating a remarkable journey in football​​.