David Beckham's career in numbers
By Football News
David Beckham has announced he is to retire at the end of the season, bringing his 21-year career to an end.
The former England captain lists Manchester United, Real Madrid, Los Angeles Galaxy, Milan and Paris Saint-Germain among the clubs he has played for since making his United debut in 1992.
Here, we take a look at the numbers behind the 38-year-old's illustrious career.
671 - Beckham's total number of first-team club appearances throughout his career.
10 - League titles won by Beckham over the course of his career. He also won the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United in 1999.
19 - The number of trophies won by Beckham during his career.
115 - The amount of England caps won by Beckham after making his international debut against Moldova in 1996. This is an England record for an outfield player.
21 - The age at which Beckham was given his full England debut by Glenn Hoddle.
3 - The first England player to score in three consecutive World Cup finals.
17 - The number of goals Beckham scored during his England career, the first of which came against Columbia in the 1998 World Cup.
38 - The age at which Beckham will retire from professional football.
4 - He is the only Englishman to win league titles in four different countries.