David Beckham, who made 115 appearances for England, will end his career with two final games for Paris Saint-Germain.
LONDON - End it like Beckham.
LONDON — David Beckham is retiring from soccer, ending a career in which he transcended the sport with forays into fashion and a marriage to a pop star that made him a global celebrity.
Dax McCarty, left, of the New York Red Bulls gets a little higher than Emiliano Bonfigli of Real Salt Lake in their attempt to head the ball during the third-place match of the Desert Diamond Cup at Kino Stadium.
If Major League Soccer had an official ambassador, it would be Kyle Beckerman.
David Beckham, right, practicing with the Los Angeles Galaxy at Kino Sports Complex, says: "I always try to give my all in every game."
Before the Desert Diamond Cup began, I had crossed paths with David Beckham on a few occasions. By that, I mean we were both in 25,000- to 55,000-seat stadiums at the same time in nine instances.
Dan Keat, left, of Los Angeles pushes Benny Feilhaber of New England in Wednesday's game, which drew 5,547 to Kino Stadium.
Los Angeles Galaxy and U.S. national team midfielder Landon Donovan has arrived in Tucson. But so far he's not seen much more than his hotel room.
A rumor circulated around campus Thursday that two of the world's most recognizable faces - soccer star David Beckham and movie giant Brad Pitt - were headed to McKale Center to watch basketball.
A David Beckham sighting in Tucson is making the rounds on