David Robert Joseph Beckham OBE   1 comment

全名:大衛·羅伯特·約瑟夫·貝克漢姆
出生時間:1975年5月2日
出生地點:倫敦雷頓斯通(Leytonstone London)
身高:1.82cm 體重:74kg
星座:金牛座
血型:O型
頭發:淺棕色
眼睛:深藍色
衣服尺碼:XL
場上位置:中場
鞋子尺碼:UK9
曾效力俱樂部:英超曼彻斯特聯隊(Manchesta United)(7號)、西甲皇家馬德里隊(Realmadrid)(23號)
現效力俱樂部:美國大聯盟洛杉磯銀河隊(LA Galaxy)(23號)
國家隊:英格蘭隊 前英格蘭國家隊隊長(7號)
家庭成員:妻子—維多利亞(Victoria Adam Beckham 生日:1974年4月17日)、大兒子—布魯克林(Brooklyn 生日:1999年3月4日)、二兒子—羅密歐(Romeo 生日:2002年9月1日) 、三兒子—克魯茲(Cruz 生日:2005年2月20日)、父親—特德·貝克漢姆、母親—桑德拉·貝克漢姆、姐姐—麗妮·貝克漢姆、妹妹—喬安妮·貝克漢姆、岳父—托尼·亞當斯、岳母—傑妮·亞當斯
主要榮譽:1996年英超聯賽冠軍、足總杯冠軍; 1997英超聯賽冠軍; 1999年英超聯賽冠軍、足總杯冠軍、歐洲冠軍杯冠軍; 2000年英超聯賽冠軍; 2001年英超聯賽冠軍; 2003年英超聯賽冠軍; 2007年西甲聯賽冠軍
擁有坐架:福特Escort,Ranger Rover,Bentliey, 美洲豹XK8,保时捷911Turbo, 法拉利F550 Maranello,悍马H2,兰博基尼,TV跑车,布加迪威龙跑车等,一共27辆。
喜愛的設計師是Gucci,Armani
喜歡的顔色是紅色
喜歡的水果是香焦
在某年情人節,他竟收到2,000多封女球迷的示愛信
貝克漢姆如何形容自己: 有禮、沈默、外向、 購物狂

●貝克漢姆漢姆曆程●
小學時,代表裏瑞德維流浪者隊,獲得“菲菲爾德”5人制足球賽冠軍。
11歲時,加盟沃爾特漢姆12歲以下少年隊。之後,被曼聯球探馬爾科姆·費吉恩相中;以學生身份代表埃塞克斯中學出戰;以優秀學員身份進入托特納姆熱刺隊訓練。
1988年,在英格蘭前著名球星查爾頓主辦的足球學校中脫穎而出,被評為該校最有發展前途的學生。
1991年7月8日,加入曼聯青年隊開始訓練。
1993年1月22日,正式成為職業足球運動員。
1995年4月2日,首次代表曼徹斯特聯隊上場參賽,對手是利茲聯隊。
1996年,在英國足總杯半決賽對切爾西隊的比賽中,為曼聯隊攻入制勝的一球,從此確立了他在曼聯隊中的主力位置。
1996—1997賽季,他首次參加英格蘭足球超級聯賽,並與隊友合作,使曼徹斯特聯隊獲得英格蘭足球超級聯賽冠軍。
1996年8月17日,他在曼聯隊對溫布爾登隊的比賽中,從中場附近一記60米開外的超遠距離遠射成功,技驚四座。他的這一入球在1998年被資深足球明星評選出的有史以來最精彩的3個入球中列第3位。
1996年9月1日,在對陣摩爾多瓦的比賽中他首次代表英格蘭出征。
1996年,超級聯賽8月最佳球員;“天空體育/松下”最佳新人獎
1996年,聯賽冠軍;足總杯冠軍。
1997年,聯賽冠軍
1997年,英超年度最佳新人。
1997年,榮獲馬特·巴斯比獎
1998年,在法國世界杯八分之一決賽英格蘭對阿根廷一戰中,他在下半場因踢人被紅牌罰下,致使英格蘭隊以10人應戰11人,最終點球失利。賽後,他受到了國內輿論的強烈譴責。
1999年4月25日,入選由英格蘭職業運動員協會評選的98—99賽季英格蘭超級聯賽最佳陣容 
1999年5月16日,與隊友合作,使曼聯隊獲得98-99賽季英格蘭超級聯賽冠軍。
1999年5月23日,與隊友合作,使曼聯隊獲得99年英格蘭足總杯冠軍。
1999年5月26日,做為中場主將,用自己的出色表現幫助曼聯隊在巴塞羅那戰勝了勁旅拜仁慕尼黑隊,獲得1999年歐洲俱樂部冠軍杯賽冠軍。
1999年11月30日,與隊友一起使曼聯隊獲得了豐田杯比賽的冠軍。
1999年12月,入選了99年歐洲全明星陣容。
1999年3月4日,未婚妻、流行樂組合辣妹演唱組的維多利亞·亞當斯為其生下第一個兒子布魯克林。
1999年7月4日,與維多利亞·亞當斯結婚。
1999年10月,因在即將參加冠軍聯賽比賽時前往倫敦參加聚會,被俱樂部停發兩星期工資。隨後又因多次吃黃牌,被英足總召見進行非正式談話。
1999年, 歐洲足球先生提名(票數第二)
2000年1月,在國際足聯世界足球先生評選中僅次于巴西前鋒裏瓦爾多,名列第二。
2000年6月,入選英格蘭隊參加了第11屆歐洲足球錦標賽,他在小組賽對德國隊的比賽中有出色表現,以一記精准的長傳為希勒頭球破門、最終戰勝對手立下功勞。
2000年,與隊友合作,使曼聯隊獲得了1999—2000賽季英格蘭超級聯賽冠軍。
2000年11月15日,在英格蘭對意大利隊的比賽前,國家隊臨時教練彼得.泰勒任命他擔任隊長。
2000年,英格蘭足球先生
2001年2月,在對西班牙隊的比賽時,國家隊新任主教練斯文·戈蘭·埃裏克松重新任命貝克漢姆為國家隊隊長。英格蘭隊以3:0贏得這場比賽。
2001年4月15日,曼聯隊提前5輪獲得了2000—01賽季英格蘭超級聯賽冠軍,實現了3聯貫;曼聯隊在最近的9年中7度封王,成為名副其實的英超霸主。
2001年7月,成為《封面》雜志的首位運動員封面人物。
2001年,01–02賽季西部聯盟最有價值球員
2001年9月,以貝克漢姆為隊長的英格蘭隊在世界杯預選賽中,在慕尼黑以5:1客場大勝德國隊。
2001年10月,在世界杯預選賽對希臘隊比賽的傷停補時階段,憑借一個任意球破門挽救了球隊,幫助英格蘭隊與對手2:2戰平,並取得了參加世界杯決賽階段比賽的資格。
2001年10月,當選為BBC體育年度個人獎。
2001年, 2001年度英國最佳運動員
2001年,歐洲足球先生提名(票數第四)
2001年12月,前德國國家隊主教練和隊長弗蘭茨·貝肯鮑爾稱贊貝克漢姆為世界上最優秀的球員。
2001年,世界足球先生提名(票數第二),僅微弱劣勢屈居第二。
2002年報4月,在冠軍聯賽四分之一決賽對拉科魯尼亞體育隊的比賽中,被踢傷導致腿骨骨折,險些無法參加世界杯賽。後又在一次車禍中幸免于難。
2002年5月9日,受到英國首相布萊爾的接見。
2002年5月10日,受到英國女王的接見。
2002年6月,成為《瑪利·克萊爾》雜志的首位單獨男性封面人物。
2002年5月,在聯賽賽季的最後一天,與曼聯俱樂部續簽了直到2005年6月的合同。
2002年6月,腿傷及時康複,隨國家隊參加了世界杯賽,並在小組賽對阿根廷隊的比賽中打入一個點球,幫助英格蘭隊1:0戰勝了四年前曾害得自己吃紅牌的對手。在四分之一決賽中,英格蘭隊負于巴西隊。
2002年9月1日,第二個兒子羅密歐出生。
2003年2月,在足總杯第五輪曼聯隊被阿森納隊淘汰後,在休息室中被主教練阿列克斯弗格森踢飛的鞋擊傷臉部。
2003年4月,在聯賽對阿森納隊的關鍵比賽以及冠軍聯賽對皇家馬德里隊的四分之一決賽中,淪為了替補隊員。在對皇馬的第二回合比賽進行到第64分鍾時替補上場,隨後兩度進球,幫助曼聯隊4:3取勝,但球隊還是以5:6的總比分遭淘汰。開始有傳言稱他將轉會皇家馬德里隊。
2003年5月21日,受到納爾遜·曼德拉的接見。
2003年5月,在德班與南非隊的友誼賽中手骨受傷,預計要打石膏六到八星期。英格蘭隊在那場比賽中以2:1取勝。
2003年6月,曼聯俱樂部證實,已有西班牙和意大利的多家俱樂部希望得到貝克漢姆。
2003年6月10日,曼聯透露,已經與正在競選巴塞羅那俱樂部主席的霍安.拉波塔進行過會談。如果拉波塔當選巴塞羅那俱樂部主席,曼聯將准備接受巴塞羅那俱樂部收購貝克漢姆的開價。
2003年6月13日,因場內場外表現出色而被英國女王伊麗莎白授予“大英帝國勳章”OBE(OfficeroftheOrderoftheBritishEmpire)獎。
2003年6月17日,曼聯俱樂部宣布,貝克漢姆以3500萬歐元的價格轉到皇家馬德里隊。
2003年7月1日,加盟西甲皇家馬德裏隊。
2003年7月,隨皇馬來亞洲(包括中國)做宣傳及賽前訓練。
2004年6月,以隊長身份帶領英格蘭出征歐洲杯,進入八強。
2005年2月20日,第三個兒子克魯茲出生。
2006年6月10日,以隊長身份帶領英格蘭出征世界杯。小組賽首戰巴拉圭,他的任意球迫使加馬拉打進烏龍球,英格蘭以1:0拿下首戰。
2006年6月16日,對陣特立尼達和多巴哥久攻不下,又是貝氏弧線傳中助攻樂勞奇打破僵局。
2006年6月25日,以一粒漂亮的任意球完美絕殺厄瓜多爾,直接將英格蘭送進八強。
至此,貝克漢姆用三次出色表現為英格蘭帶來了三場勝利,英格蘭能夠進八強,他可謂居功至偉。同時,他也成為英格蘭隊曆史上第一位在三屆世界杯中都有進球的隊員。
2006年7月1日,對陣葡萄牙英格蘭點球惜敗遭淘汰。貝克漢姆未能打滿全場。
2006年7月2日,辭去英格蘭隊長職務。
2007年1月11日,宣佈夏季加盟美國洛杉磯銀河隊。
2007年6月17日,皇家馬德里奪得西班牙甲級聯賽冠軍,貝克漢姆在被卡佩羅重新啓用後數次用貝氏弧綫幫助皇馬實現逆轉,是本賽季皇馬奪冠的最大功臣。
2007年7月12日,舉家飛往洛杉磯,正式加盟洛杉磯銀河隊。

David Beckham Bio
Full Name: David Robert Joseph Beckham OBE
Born: May 2, 1975 in Leytonstone, London, United Kingdom
Nationality: English
Height: 182cm (6ft)
Weight: 74kg
Eyes: Hazel
Marital Status: Married to Victoria Caroline Adams Beckham
Children: 3 sons – Brooklyn Joseph, born Mar 4, 1999, Romeo James, born Sept 1, 2002, Cruz David born Feb 20, 2005
Current Club: Real Madrid
Position: Midfield
Squad Number: 23

David Beckham is inarguably one of the most celebrated and successful athletes of his era. He has spent his entire career in professional football with only two teams firstly the Manchester United team, a team he has supported since birth and which will always have a special place in his affections and Real Madrid, the world-famous home of Los Galacticos in Madrid, Spain. He has bolstered the already legendary status of both clubs. Secondly, "Becks," is one of the world’s most popular pin-up boys, and his face appears in advertisements for products ranging from hair gel to sausages and has graced the cover of magazines such as Vanity Fair and Mari Claire. Married to pop star Victoria "Posh" Adams, Beckham’s every move including joint shopping excursions with his wife is avidly chronicled in the British tabloids. Notwithstanding his telegenic looks, Beckham’s prowess on the football pitch remains unparalleled. "There is nothing more beautiful in the game than the sight of one of Mr. Beckham’s free kicks arching over the defenders’s wall and curling into a corner of the net, or one of his signature cross shots cannonading off his foot and speeding like a guided missile toward one of his leaping teammates," opined New York Times writer Warren Hoge. Closer to home, he has been termed "English football’s willowy, floppy-haired poster boy, the living symbol of the new affluence which has enabled the game to shake itself free of its roots," asserted Independent writer Richard Williams.

David Beckham was born on May 2, 1975, in Leytonstone, England. He grew up in a solidly middle-class area of Essex called Chingford, where his father, Ted, was a kitchen renovator and his mother worked as a hairdresser. Winning a football skills tournament at the age of eleven, Beckham won a place at a football academy for youth run by the Tottenham Spurs team. As a teen, however, he was rejected for a spot in the English junior league, on account of being considered "too small". One of the country’s most celebrated teams, however, took an interest in him, and Beckham entered the legendary Manchester United club organization as a 14-year-old recruit in its development league in 1989; two years later, he began playing on its youth team. In 1992, Beckham led his team to a national championship with their win in the Football Association (FA) Youth Cup finals.

Manchester United, rivals to cross-town Manchester City, overcame an infamous tragedy in 1957 when a plane crash killed several team members en route from a game in West Germany. Eleven years later, they became the first English team in history to win the prized European Cup. Over the years, Manchester’s fortunes rose, and it became a leader in the FA, known for its mix of veteran players and young upstarts. "Manchester United is to Britain what the New York Yankees are to the United States," explained Hoge in the New York Times, "a collection of highly paid athletes who win with a dynastic consistency, which makes them adored in Manchester and loathed elsewhere."

On 2 April 1995, David made his League debut at home to Leeds United. His first team debut had come two and a half years earlier when he came on as a substitute, 20 minutes from time, during the away leg of a Rumbelows Cup second round tie at Brighton and Hove Albion on October 1 1992. However, in the meantime to gain experience, Sir Alex Ferguson, Manager of Manchester United, had loaned David Beckham to Preston North for a period, during which he played in 5 games and scored 2 goals. During his first game in the 1996-97 season, Beckham made a stunning shot that brought him overnight fame and a place in the annals of football: he scored a goal from inside his own half of the field in a game against Wimbledon, a shot of nearly 60 yards.

Beckham was given a spot on the English national squad within a few days another impressive honor for such a young player and continued to play well for Manchester, scoring an impressive eleven goals during his first season. His ability to "bend" a shot to send it flying in an arc that eludes opposing players soon became legendary, and some medical experts even theorized that an unusual combination of joints in his knees and ankles helps him achieve such aerodynamic precision. Beckham, explained New Statesman’s Hunter Davies, "is bandy-legged-but only from the knees down…. Above the knee, his legs and thighs go straight up and are what we call normal. But below the knees, each leg is curved inwards like a boomerang. Very weird. This abnormality explains how he can bend the ball when taking corners and free kicks."

As the 1998 World Cup in France loomed, Beckham was increasingly tagged as the player to watch, the one who would take England to a long awaited finals finish. Hoddle, who coached the national squad, attempted to check some of this anticipation by keeping Beckham out of the first match. He was sent in to a game against Romania after another player was injured, and then against Colombia scored his first goal for England, a fantastic free-kick shot.

Thus emotions ran high when England began its next game in the second round, a match against bitter foe Argentina on the St. Etienne pitch on June 30. The two nations had gone to war in 1982, and four years later Argentine footballer Diego Maradona, considered one of the sport’s greatest players, scored a winning goal with his hand in a move that was overlooked by referees. Maradona later claimed that it was "the hand of God" that put that ball into the net, and all subsequent World Cup matches between the two countries were marked by intense play and even more ardent crowd reactions. At the start of the second half in the 1998 game, England was down 1-0 when the captain of the Argentine team, Diego Simeone, smashed into Beckham’s back. Beckham fell over, and flicked his heel at Simeone, who then collapsed in the melodramatic theatrics which are often a hallmark of international football play. The referee showed up and gave Simeone a yellow card for the first foul, but then flashed a red card at Beckham, ejecting him from the game.

England lost the match, and Beckham was vilified as a loose cannon, a player whose recklessness had yielded another blow to English national pride. Even Hoddle made negative remarks in the next day’s papers, and one infamous newspaper photo showed an effigy of Beckham clad in his Manchester jersey and a sarong, that had once made headlines of a different sort for him, on fire outside a pub. "I will always regret my actions," the Independent quoted him as saying not long after the debacle. "I have apologised to the England players and management and I want every England supporter to know how deeply sorry I am…. I was absolutely staggered when [the referee] produced the red and sent me off. I felt sick and numb. I couldn’t believe what was happening to me." The apology failed to stem the tide of negative press. In the respected Times of London, writer Rob Hughes wryly noted that a dozen "years on from Diego Maradona’s infamy in Mexico City, comes David Beckham, a gifted but flawed player, to show that the English are well capable of defeating themselves."

Fans and reporters even besieged the Beckham family home in Chingford, and when the new season started, he was given police protection. Crowds booed him every time he had the ball, and sang vicious chants. Though Beckham publicly apologized, he also flew to New York City to be with his girlfriend immediately after the St. Etienne game. He had been dating former Spice Girl Victoria Adams for several months, and the pair had just found out that they were expecting a baby. Beckham later told Kate Thornton in Sunday Times that Adams’s support was crucial during those tough months. "I couldn’t have got through it without her; she was my saviour," he told the paper, and claimed that what "hurt the most about the World Cup was how my family were treated?I thought that was really out of order…. At first I couldn’t see any light at the end of the tunnel because by the time I got back from France it was totally out of control, there was nothing I could do or say to make it stop."

Beckham’s life improved considerably during 1999. His son, Brooklyn, was born on March 4, 1999, and he led Manchester United to an impressive season finish: the team won the Premier League championship, the FA Carling Premiership, and the European Champions’s Cup in what is known as a Treble victory. He and Adams were married on July 4, 1999, at Luttrellstown Castle in Ireland in a ceremony reported to have cost almost $800,000. Over the next year, he returned to his vaulted status in the British tabloids though there were sometimes rumors that he might defect to play for an Italian team and earned impressive contractual endorsements that upped his income considerably. Beckham, wrote Andrew Longmore in the Independent Sunday, "has epitomised the ultimate fusion of football and popular culture, the family trees of Manchester United and the Spice Girls, of ancient traditions and disposable fashion joined together in one big money-making enterprise to be known hereafter as Mr and Mrs D Beckham Ltd."

In October of 2001, Beckham made a free kick in the last moments of a World Cup qualifying match against Greece that won the game and gave England a cherished place in the finals. Now the captain of the English national team, Beckham inspired a frenzy of new headlines in April of 2002, just weeks before the May 31 start of the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea, when he injured his second metatarsal, one of the bones between the ankle and toes, during a game against Spanish team Deportivo La Coru񡮠Literally adding insult to injury, Beckham’s pain was caused by a two footed tackle from an Argentine player for La Coru񡮠One newspaper printed a photograph and asked readers to lay their hands on it in with healing wishes, and even British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s spokesperson told the press, according to Sports Illustrated, that "nothing is more important to England’s preparations than the state of David Beckham’s foot." Okayed to play by doctors just in time, Beckham atoned for his 1998 red card when he scored with a penalty kick in the 44th minute of the first half. Argentina never scored, and England won the game 1-0. At the finish, Beckham ran to the Argentine side of stadium and waved his jersey, giving out a jubilant yell.

The British press concurred. Headlines and commentary deployed laudatory, heroic terms to describe his performance. "Leadership. Calm. Maturity. Responsibility. All the words that could never have been applied to Beckham four years ago have been raining down on him for months," wrote Simon Barnes in the Times of London. "You can tell a great sportsman not merely by his skill, but by the way he deals with an occasion…. Yesterday was the most massive occasion of his life. And he rose." Barnes also stated that "the emotion he displayed in scoring showed clearly that this was an exorcism of four years of grief and misery, of shame and humiliation. For his mistake four years ago was not the error of a footballer, it was the error of a man. Not technique, but character."

Prior to his World Cup feat, Beckham was signed to another three years by Manchester for 14 million British pounds, which tripled his salary. The contract which took a year of negotiation to finalize would keep him wearing the Manchester red until the end of June in 2005. For all of the press items that chronicle his haircuts, his clothes, his cars – Ferrari, Porsche, and Jaguar are his preferred rides – and the lavish lifestyle of "Posh" and "Becks," Beckham remains a down-to-earth celebrity athlete. He is not known for his carousing ways, is often photographed nuzzling his son, and his father still attends every one of his games. He calls his wife "the only woman I’ve ever loved," as he told Thornton in the Sunday Times. Beckham’s prowess on the football pitch has even been honored with an independent film, Bend It Like Beckham, a 2002 release from Bhaji on the Beach director Gurinder Chadha. The story centers on a teenage girl who dreams of a professional football career, much to the dismay of her Indian Sikh parents. Beckham took on a new project in 2002, designing a line of clothing for boys aged six to 14. Beckham told the BBC that the apparel, which will be sold in Britain’s Marks & Spencer stores, is "the kind of clothes which I would have wanted to wear when I was younger." On September 1, 2002, Beckham and his wife welcomed the birth of their second son, Romeo, in London, England.

In June of 2003, the Spanish football club FC Barcelona agreed to a conditional deal with Manchester United to sign Beckham for $50 million. However, later that month, Manchester United confirmed that they had agreed to sell Beckham to Real Madrid, FC Barcelona’s rival (Beckham had two years remaining on his Manchester United contract). On July 1, 2003, Beckham signed a four-year contract with Real Madrid, worth $40 million. Beckham successfully adjusted to a new club and new country of residence and in both the 2004/05 season and again in 2005/06 was the leading player for assists in La Liga. He also was voted best player for the most recent season. He has proved very popular with both the Madrid press and the famously demanding fans. On February 20, 2005 Beckham and his wife Victoria, welcomed the birth of their third son, Cruz David Beckham.

David Beckham captained England to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. He became the first Englishman to score a goal in three world cups with a beautiful curling free-kick against Ecuador which took England through to the quarter-finals against Portugal. A game which sadly they lost on penalties, after David Beckham limped from the field in th 51st minute with a torn Achilles and a sprained knee. The day after England were eliminated, July 2, 2006 Beckham resigned as England Captain.

Posted 2007 年 11 月 10 日 by princeshiny in 魅力貝影

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