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Soccer Teams David Beckham Played For

Name all the football clubs that David Beckham played for in his professional and international career.
Not counting junior teams
Quiz by PanosG31
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First submittedNovember 22, 2015
Last updatedMay 12, 2017
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Years
Appearances
Goals
Club
1992-2003
265
62
Manchester United
1994-1995 (loan)
5
2
Preston North End
1996-2009 (international)
115
17
England
2003-2007
116
13
Real Madrid
2007-2012
98
18
Los Angeles Galaxy
2009-2010 (loan)
29
2
AC Milan
2013
10
0
Paris Saint-Germain
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level 67
May 11, 2017
He played FOOTBALL not "Soccer"
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level 70
May 11, 2017
exactly!
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level 72
May 12, 2017
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level 82
May 12, 2017
+1,000,000
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level 46
Dec 20, 2018
nah 2 hard
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level 70
May 12, 2017
If Jetpunk calls the Beckham sport "football" then what should be the name for the Tom Brady sport? "American Football", coming from an American website?
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level ∞
May 12, 2017
This exactly. Just accept that we are weird in America. It's okay.
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level 70
Apr 30, 2018
Handegg? Connotations as a bonus in some languages.
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level 37
Jul 19, 2017
There is more than one type of football. This quiz refers to Association football or, more commonly abbreviated, soccer to differentiate from all the other codes of football in the world.
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level 67
Jul 24, 2017
When I was a kid (few years ago now) growing up in Lancashire, UK. we would call it soccer and soccer match. E.G. "let's have a game of soccer".
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level 70
Jul 25, 2017
I am also from the land of Lancashire, Malbaby, and in this day and age it is considered a sin to even murmur the word soccer in reference to the glorious game.
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level 48
Jul 27, 2017
From Lancaster, agreed.
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level 56
Jul 24, 2017
For God's sake! We British have called it soccer for decades. It's not as common these days but it used to be really common; for my dad's generation, who grew up in the 50s, it was the usual term for the sport. Look up old Pathe news clips online about the sport from the 40s, 50s, and 60s (for example) and they more often than not refer to the sport as soccer. And Ray Wilson, one of the 1966 England World Cup winning players, called his autobiography "My Life in Soccer" - if that's not an indication of the prevailing usage in England I don't know what is! In short, soccer is one name for the sport, it is not exclusively called football in England.
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level 34
Jul 24, 2017
Maybe in the UK you use soccer and football. But in the rest of the world it's either called football (with some variation in spelling) or a translation of the word (in Arabic for example) which means that when non-native speakers refer to the sport in English the go-to word is football.
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level 69
Jul 24, 2017
Agreed - 'soccer' is public school slang for association football - the equivalent of 'rugger' for rugby football. It's an old English term. Perfectly acceptable.
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level 57
Jul 24, 2017
I grew up near Burnley Lancashire and played footy almost every day from ~1959 until 1980. I watched Burnley FC and latterly Man City avidlyduring that period. Not once in those 20-odd years was it ever referred to as "soccer" by anyone I knew. It may have been soccer in posh schools and towns but never in Accrington Grammar or at Turf Moor - where it was always football or footy. I know its supposed to be a corruption of "Associated Football" - but why use soccer - Football says it all - it is after all the ball game that is most associated (sic) with feet - all others should find their own name ! BTW - we didn't play footy either - we "laked". As in " Are you laking" or "do you want to lake". :-)
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level 47
Jul 24, 2017
It's called soccer in the USA. When he played in the USA he played soccer.
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level 47
Jul 24, 2017
The Brits have ruined the English language. Aluminium. Boot. Wanker. Sod off. Lift. Brolly. And don't get me started on the Cockney accent!
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level 71
May 12, 2017
Accept PNE for Preston North End? Common parlance in the *football* world.
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level ∞
May 12, 2017
PNE will work now
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level 78
Jul 24, 2017
Here we go. Soccer v Football. In America, football is soccer - deal with it. Living in the north of England during the 50s we always referred to the round ball game as soccer to distinguish it from the oval ball game of Rugby League Football. So, it's a British expression and not unique to the USA.
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level 45
Jul 24, 2017
Don't accept just Manchester imo, there are two teams in Manchester.
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level 72
Jul 24, 2017
I think there may be just a couple more...
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level 50
Jul 24, 2017
In Ireland it's called soccer too as we have our own football- Gaelic football.
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level 46
Jul 24, 2017
Both football and soccer are barely ok for me as long as you just don't call football that weird North-American sport that you play with hands and without ball.
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level 24
Jul 29, 2017
Looking at his stats he doesn't seem that fantastic...
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level 55
May 3, 2019
You should see the stats on some of the goalkeepers, they hardly score at all!
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level 47
Oct 31, 2017
I pulled preston north end out of nowhere first try. I must've had it locked away somewhere.
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level 22
Dec 10, 2018
done in 10 seconds I love beckham