On This Day: 2 May 1985

International superstar soccer player David Beckham was born. (May 2)

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David Attenbourough presents new nature series in London

David Attenborough presents his new documentary series ‘Our planet’ at the global premiere of the new Netflix show in London with the Royal family and David Beckham attending the red carpet.

David Beckham takes Tokyo

New app OTRO, which allows fans to get closer to their favorite soccer stars, shows David Beckham experiencing all the fashion and food that Tokyo has to offer. (March 18)

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Beckham’s proposal to build stadium in Miami met with opposition

Former England captain David Beckham and his partners present Miami commissioners with a proposal that would see their 25,000-seat stadium — along with a hotel and entertainment and retail space — take over the site of Melreese Country Club, where the publicly owned golf course houses the youth golf program, First Tee Miami.

He has spoken: Beckham tips England v Argentina final

Former captain David Beckham has tipped England to play Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the World Cup final, reflecting rising optimism about the Three Lions’ chances after a positive start in Russia. England have long stuttered on the big stage and they last reached the World Cup quarter-finals in 2006, when Beckham was captain. Their only World Cup final was way back in 1966, when they beat Germany at Wembley.

A-list extravaganza at royal wedding

Stars including George Clooney, David Beckham, Elton John, Oprah Winfrey, and Meghan Markle’s fellow “Suits” cast attend the royal wedding in Windsor. (May 19)

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Mixed views on Beckham’s new MLS stadium in Miami neighborhood

Sports fans are abuzz with the news that Miami will soon be home to an MLS franchise owned by football superstar David Beckham. However, controversy stirs over the building of a 25,000-seater stadium in Overtown, a deprived area of downtown Miami where Beckham’s ownership group have purchased a plot of land that will eventually cost in excess of $25 million, and a legal case against the sale of one part of the land remains ongoing.