He was born in Leytonstone, London, England.
His parents were fanatical Manchester United supporters.
His father Edward Alan "Ted" Beckham was a kitchen fitter.
His mother Sandra Georgina West was a hairdresser.

David played football in Ridgeway Park, Chingford when he was a child.
He attended Chase Lane Primary School and Chingford Foundation School as a child.
His mother’s family is Jewish.
In his book Both Feet on the Ground, David Becham stated that growing up he always attended church with his parents and sisters.
His parents were attending Menchester United’s home matches by a travel from London to Old Trafford.
So we can say that, the passions of football and Manchester United are heritages for David Beckham from his parents.
Beckham the chance to take part in a training session at FC Barcelona, as part of a talent competition when he attended one of Bobby Charlton’s football schools.
Beckham played for a local youth team called the Ridgeway Rovers - coached by his father, Stuart Underwood and Steve Kirby when he was a child.
He was a Manchester United mascot for a match against West Ham United in 1986.
Young Beckham had trials with his local club Leyton Orient, Norwich City and attended Tottenham Hotspur's, which was the first club he played for, school of excellence.
During a two-year period in which he played for Brimsdown Rovers' youth team, he was named Under-15 Player of the Year in 1990.
He also attended Bradenton Preparatory Academy, but signed schoolboy forms at Manchester United on his fourteenth birthday, and subsequently signed a Youth Training Scheme contract on 8 July 1991.

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