David Beckham Career Achievements | David Beckham Goals, Titles, and Awards

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David Beckham Career Achievements

  • David Robert Joseph Beckham
  • Nickname: The Spice-Boy, Becks
  • Born May 2, 1975, in Leytonstone (ENG)
  • English, Right Midfielder
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David Beckham Goals

  • 115 selections, 17 goals
  • (Friendlies: 45 caps, 4 goals)
  • (World Cup qualifier: 32 caps, 5 goals)
  • (World Cup: 13 caps, 3 goals)
  • (Euro qualification: 16 selections, 5 goals)
  • (Euro: 7 selections)
  • (Tournament of France: 2 selections)
  • 1st selection: September 1, 1996, against Moldova (3-0)
  • Last selection: October 14, 2009, against Belarus (3-0)
  • Prospects: 9 selections
  • U18: 3 selections
  • 1992/2003 Manchester UTD  (ENG) 395 games, 85 goals
  • (England Championship: 265 games, 62 goals)
  • (FA Cup: 24 games, 6 goals)
  • (English League Cup: 12 games, 1 goal)
  • (Charity Shield: 6 games, 1 goal)
  • (Champions League: 82 games, 15 goals)
  • (UEFA Cup: 2 games)
  • (UEFA Super Cup: 1 match)
  • (Intercontinental Cup: 1 game)
  • (Club World Cup: 2 games)
  • 1994/95 Preston North End  (ENG) (Loan) 5 games, 2 goals
  • (England D3 Championship: 5 games, 2 goals)
  • 2003/07 Real Madrid  (ESP) 155 games, 20 goals
  • (Spanish League: 116 games, 13 goals)
  • (Spanish Cup: 9 games, 4 goals)
  • (Spanish Super Cup: 2 games, 1 goal)
  • (Champions League: 28 games, 2 goals)
  • 2007/12 Los Angeles Galaxy (USA)
  • (MLS: 98 games, 18 goals)
  • (CONCACAF Champions League: 7 games, 1 goal)
  • (SuperLiga: 2 games, 1 goal)
  • 2009 AC Milan  (ITA) (Loan) 20 games, 2 goals
  • (Italian League: 18 games, 2 goals)
  • (UEFA Cup: 2 games)
  • 2010 AC Milan (ITA) (Loan) 13 games
  • (Italian League: 11 matches)
  • (Champions League: 2 matches)
  • 2013 Paris SG (FRA) 14 matches
  • (French Championship: 10 matches)
  • (French Cup: 2 matches)
  • (Champions League: 2 matches)
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Player adored by men for his right foot and cherished by women for his physique, David Beckham has built his legend in more than 21 years of his career. He is not just a footballer. It is a style, a brand, films and charities, and lucrative works.  A man appreciated by his class, his kindness, and his politeness. The ideal son-in-law. On the pitch, the word that most defines David Beckham’s style of play is precision.

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He built his legend on the science of his passes, crosses, and set pieces. Who has never dreamed of taking free-kicks like him? A lover of perfect trajectories and curves, Beckham was the very embodiment of a nightmare for goalkeepers when a foul was committed near the penalty area. Because Beckham made a weapon out of it before  Juninho made it an art. 

Gifted Qualities

Gifted with a marvelous right foot, his sharp eye and his prodigious precision have delighted generations of attackers. The English midfielder also made remarkable receptions on a running ball or on a high ball thanks to superb control of which he alone has the secret. Nevertheless, he was often handicapped by his slowness because many of his opponents managed to overtake him in the series of accelerations. 

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Although born in Leytonstone, east London, near  White Hart Lane, the home of spurs, little David was always going to cheer on the Red Devils team, accompanied by his parents Ted and Sandra, fervent fans at Old Trafford. 

At The Age of 14

At 14, the Mancunian club spotted him and integrated him into the academy in July 1991. After debuting in the youth section, he quickly got noticed by winning the FA Youth Cup with his team in 1992. He rubbed shoulders with those of the same generation as him who would become stars of the Red Devils,  Ryan Giggs, the Neville brothers,  Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes.

Scores His First Goal

In the wake of this first title, the midfielder honors his first pro appearance in September, before signing his first contract in January 1993 and scoring his first goal in the Champions League against Galatasaray. After a short-lived loan spell at Preston North End, he returned and immediately caused a stir by scoring his first goal, against side Leeds UTD. The Beckham legend is on.

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Starts At National Team

Until 2003, the player made his team happy and took on a whole new dimension year after year. In the national jersey, he started in 1996. The 1998 World Cup in France will certainly not be the one that will remain as his best memory since he was expelled in the round of 16 for a bad gesture on Diego Simeone. England will be taken out by Argentina and David Beckham will be the number 1 manager according to the supporters.

Finally, he will be forgiven by the English by revealing, in the following years, excellence of play that will make his reputation. As in the 2002 World Cup qualifiers. Led 2 goals to 1 at home by Greece, already out of the running for Japan and South Korea, the referee whistled a free-kick from 25 meters for England at the last minutes. 

After elimination in the first round of Euro 2000, The Three Lions cannot miss this World Cup. A draw and Eriksson’s men will overtake Germany on goal difference, pocketing their direct leg to Asia. The free-kick is the full axis, so complicated. David Beckham has come out of the captain’s armband on the arm grabbed the ball. Whistle, he cleans the left corner of Nikopolidis. England is qualified. 

Signs For Real Madrid At €35 million

With one strike, Beckham entered the collective imagination. At the time, the only club capable of signing the new star was Real Madrid. Los Blancos spent a whopping €35 million in 2003, making him the third Englishman to wear the shirt after Lauri Cunningham and Steve McManaman.                                                                                

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Leaving MU, the midfielder has a Champions League, six English league titles, and two National Cups in his pocket. As a symbol, he drops his number 7 for 23, in reference to basketball player Michael Jordan. Surrounded by Zidane,  Figo, and Roberto Carlos, Beckham is definitely moving into another world. On Spanish soil, he no longer wins as many titles as before. A Supercup in 2004 and the championship in 2007. Several failures in the Champions League, in particular the one against Monaco in 2004, constitute multiple regrets for the player.

2006 World Cup

During the 2006 World Cup, the English, led by their emblematic captain, will stop in the quarter-finals. Beckham will become the first English player to score in three World Cups. On January 11, 2007, he left Europe for the United States and the Los Angeles Galaxy. One of the first US soccer stars.

Announced His Retirement

The American championship being reputed to be weaker, Beckham will show twice, in 2009 and 2010, during a loan to AC Milan, that his qualities had not diminished. Unfortunately, he was injured a few months before the World Cup in South Africa in 2010. It then took him four years to win an American trophy.

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The MLS he won again in 2012, before joining Paris where he announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 38, in May 2013, ending to applause during his last outing at the Parc des Princes.

Star At Media Level

On the media level, David Beckham is a star adored both for his qualities as a football player and for the image of sex symbol that he conveys as an ambassador for the major brands of men’s clothing and accessories. His marriage to Victoria Adams, the ex-Spice Girls, also earned him several shots in scandal magazines.

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David Beckham Awards

  • Winner of the  Tournoi de Francein 1997 (England)
  • Winner of the Champions League  in 1999 (Manchester UTD)
  • Winner of the Intercontinental Cup  in 1999 (Manchester UTD)
  • UEFA  Super Cup runner-up in 1999 (Manchester UTD)
  • Champion of England  in 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2003 (Manchester UTD)
  • Vice-champion of England  in 1995 and 1998 (Manchester UTD)
  • Champion of Spain in 2007 (Real Madrid)
  • Vice-champion of Spain  in 2005 and 2006 (Real Madrid)
  • Champion of France in 2013 (Paris SG)
  • United States Champion in 2011 and 2012 (Los Angeles Galaxy)
  • Vice-champion of the United States  in 2009 (Los Angeles Galaxy)
  • Winner of  the MLS Western Conference  in 2009, 2010, and 2011 (Los Angles Galaxy)
  • Winner of the FA Cup  in 1996 and 1999 (Manchester UTD)
  • 1995 FA  Cup runner-up (Manchester UTD)
  • 2004 Spanish Cup finalist  (Real Madrid)
  • 2003 English League Cup runner-up (Manchester UTD)
  • Winner of the Charity Shield  in 1996 and 1997 (Manchester UTD)
  • Winner of the Spanish Super Cup  in 2003 (Real Madrid)
  • Winner of the  MLS Supporter’s Shield in 2010 and 2011 (Los Angeles Galaxy)
  • Winner of the FA Youth Cup in 1992 (Manchester UTD
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David Beckham Personal Awards

  • Silver Ball in 1999
  • Eleven d’Argent in 1999
  • Eleven of Bronze  in 2003
  • 2nd FIFA Footballer of the Year  in 1999 and 2001
  • UEFA Footballer of the Year 1999
  • Voted UEFA Midfielder of the Year  in 1999
  • Named  Major League Soccer Player of the Year (ESPY Award)  in 2008 and 2012
  • Voted PFA Player of the Year  in 2003
  • Voted Sportsman of the Year by BBC Sports in 2001
  • Named Manchester UTD Player of the Year  in 1997
  • Voted Real Madrid Player of the Year in 2006
  • Voted PFA Young Player of the Year  in 1996
  • Named UEFA All-Star Team of the Year in 2001 and 2003
  • Named in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000
  • Named MLS All-Star Team of the Year in 2011
  • Named in the typical team of the year of the ESM association in 1999
  • Named to the  FIFA 100
  • Received the MLS Comeback of the Year trophy in 2011
  • Received the Lifetime Achievement Award from BBC Sports in 2010 for his role in obtaining the London Olympics in 2012
  • Received an FWA Tribute Award  in 2008
  • Awarded the “Blue Peter” Gold Badge in 2001
  • Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2003
  • Inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2008
  • Inducted into the AC Milan Hall of Fame
  • Named one of the 100 most influential people in the world byTime” magazine in 2008
  • Named No. 1 on the UK’s 40 Most Influential Men list by UK magazine “Arena” in 2007
  • First English player to win league titles in four different countries 
  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 2005
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