Former England captain David Beckham has moved a step closer to forming a football club in Miami.Read the full story ›
David Beckham treated 12-year-old son Cruz to a rather unusual egg this Easter.Read the full story ›
A David Beckham spokesman has dismissed reports relating to "hacked and doctored emails" about his charity work as an Unicef ambassador.Read the full story ›
The former Manchester United star said he and the whole family were "very proud" of Cruz for releasing "If Every Day Was Christmas".Read the full story ›
Cruz said his debut single combined two of his favourite things - singing and Christmas - and all profits will go to charity.Read the full story ›
Victoria Beckham's youngest son had his track "If Every Day Was Christmas" premiered on Capital FM on Wednesday morning.Read the full story ›
A 60-second clip shows animated tattoos depicting scenes of violence against children appear on David Beckham's body.Read the full story ›
David Beckham is taking part in the viral challenge to "shine a light" on the issue of suicide among military veterans.Read the full story ›
Footballer Rio Ferdinand has followed in David Beckham's footsteps and also backed a vote to Remain.
Ferdinand said "I haven't liked what I've seen" from the Leave campaign and he was taught how "no individual is bigger than the team".
He said: "I think all the focus on immigration has been a real shame. I don't want Britain to become an angry and mean-spirited country. I think there's a danger that, if Leave wins, it'll be an endorsement of the idea that it's OK to blame all our problems on foreigners."
He added: "Sir Alex Ferguson always taught us that no individual is bigger than the team; that just because we played for Man United – a massive, famous club – didn’t mean we could swan around doing our own thing. We had to work even harder, and be even more of a team, to get where we wanted to be. And I think Europe is a bit like that."
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