David Beckham Bids Farewll To Soccer With Final MLS Cup Victory
After spending six seasons playing for the United States, David Beckham finally played his last game for the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday (December 1).
The 37-year-old British hunk made sure to go out with a bang at the Home Depot Center, as he and his teammates managed to pull off a second consecutive MLS Cup victory, beating the Houston Dynamo 3-1 before hanging up his cleats.
Joining David on his monumental career day were his three adorable sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, who were proud of their soccer star dad on the winner's podium and even posed for photos with the cup.
So now that Beckham's soccer days are slowing down, what's next for the famous English family?
"There's a lot of rumors about where I'm going to play," David told Ryan Seacrest earlier this week, adding, "what we're going to do, where we're going to live. We actually haven't made up our minds about where we are going to end up. But it's a big decision to make. We've been here for six years."