David Beckham watches first Salford City game as co-owner

Clubs, Manchester United, Story

David Beckham watched his first Salford City match since becoming the latest former Manchester United player to invest in the non-league club, taking a 10 percent stake alongside Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers.

National League side Salford are one step away from the Football League after winning three promotions in four years since being taken over by the Class of 92 and Singapore businessman Peter Lim in 2014.

Former England captain Beckham will watch Salford’s game against Dover Athletic at the Peninsula Stadium.

Beckham is also joint-owner of Inter Miami CF, who will play in Major League Soccer in 2020.

Salford City Co-Owner David Beckham arrives at the stadium.

MLS side LA Galaxy recently announced that they will unveil a statue of Beckham at Dignity Health Sports Park on March 2.

Beckham made 122 appearances in the U.S., winning two MLS Cups and two Supporters Shield crowns with Galaxy.

Products You May Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *