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David Beckham: Info, Teams, Titles Won and Stats

Soccer profile of David Beckham including teams where he played, tournaments and cups won, National Team, games and goals scored by this outstanding player.

Player Profile

David Beckham
Full name:
David Robert Joseph Beckham
Born Date:
May 2, 1975
Place of birth:
London, England
Jersey Number:
7, 23, 32
6' 0" / 1.83 m
Becks, Spice Boy
Official Website:
Social Networks:
Instagram: @davidbeckham /
Facebook: @davidbeckham /
TikTok: @davidbeckham

National Team:

1996 to 2009
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England (senior national team)
115 games
17 goals
1992 to 1993
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England U-18
3 games
0 goals
1994 to 1996
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England U-21
2 games
0 goals

In what teams did David Beckham play?:

1992 to 1994
Manchester United Logo Manchester United (England)
1 game  
0 goals
1994 to 1995
Preston North End Logo Preston North End (England)
5 games
2 goals
 * 1
1995 to 2003
Manchester United Logo Manchester United (England)
393 games
85 goals
2003 to 2007
Real Madrid CF Logo Real Madrid CF (Spain)
155 games
20 goals
2007 to 2008
25 games
7 goals
Milan Logo Milan (Italy)
20 games
2 goals
15 games
2 goals
Milan Logo Milan (Italy)
13 games
0 goals
2010 to 2012
118 games
20 goals
PSG Logo PSG (France)
14 games
0 goals
759 games
138 goals
Totals, 1st level only (1st division, cups and international tournaments)
754 games
136 goals
Totals, others (3rd division)
5 games
2 goals
* 1 - third division

Titles Won:

National Team Tournaments: none

International Tournaments: 2

National Tournaments and Cups: 15





World Cups Played:

David Beckham was in the roster of England National Team in 3 world cups, where he played 13 games and scored 3 goals.

His stats by World Cup:

World Cup Games
Goals National Team Final
France 1998 3 1 England England 9
Korea / Japan 2002 5 1 England England 6
Germany 2006 5 1 England England 7
Total 13 3

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Greatest moments:

It was the 1996/97 campaign that launched Beckham into super stardom. In the opening league game of the season he performed an unforgettable 60-yard lob over Wimbledon goalkeeper Neil Sullivan from inside his own half.
Beckham rise to new heights. Beckham single-handedly scored a crucial goal against Greece to qualify England to the World Cup Korea/Japan (2002).

Others Tournaments:

Beckham was first spotted by Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton and snatched up by United's Youth system at the age of 16 (1991).
In United's first Premiership match of the 1995-96 season against Aston Villa, David came off the bench to play in the second half. United were beaten that day prompting the now notorious Alan Hanson remark, "You can't win anything with kids". The one bright point for the United fans was the wonderful strike from David. That was his first Premiership goal. It was Beckham who scored the winning goal in the semi-final of the FA Cup at Villa Park against Chelsea. This led to United completing the 'double' in the 1995-96 season.


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