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David Beckham celebrates LA Galaxy win with family

Updated: 2012-12-04 15:55
( Agencies)

David Beckham celebrates LA Galaxy win with family

Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham holds the trophy after the Galaxy defeated the Houston Dynamo to win the MLS Cup championship soccer game in Carson, California, December 1, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]

David Beckham celebrated Los Angeles Galaxy's MLS Cup win with his wife Victoria Beckham.

The former England soccer captain ended his Major League Soccer career on Saturday (01.12.12) on a major high after winning the Championship Cup for a second year in a row in his final game for the club.

David took to his Facebook page to thank fans for all their support and posted several pictures of him celebrating, including shots with his wife and the trophy and of the couple with their sons, Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, Cruz, seven.

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He wrote: "Thank you all for your support. Incredible ... So happy to win a second Championship in America and end my time there as a player on such a special note. I will never forget today, what a great feeling..."

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David, 37, went to watch the Los Angeles Lakers play Orlando Magic in an NBA basketball game on Sunday (03.12.12), and 'P.S I Love You' star Gerard Butler was in the crowd and went over to congratulate David on his win.

Although it is not yet known which club David will play for next, the iconic sportsman - who also has a 16-month-old daughter Harper with 38-year-old Victoria - has already stated he plans to buy an American soccer team in the future.

Speaking last week, he revealed: "My commitment when I came here six years ago was to take this league to another level, and my commitment stays the same.

"I might not be playing here but I will become a owner of a franchise and it's something that I'm excited about. We're close to a decision on that, but I can't say it right now."