David and Victoria Beckham's pay cheque revealed as footballer rakes in astonishing sum every week | The Sun

DAVID Beckham raked in an eye-watering £657,322 a WEEK last year.

The ex Manchester United player’s numerous firms earned him £34,274,658 in turnover and he and Spice Girl wife Victoria, 48, paid themselves £6.3m in dividends from their riches.

The figures come despite Victoria’s ailing fashion empire this week posting annual losses of £6.3m.

The couple’s Beckham Brand Holdings Limited filed annual accounts this week that revealed a £19.1m profit for the 12 months to the end of December last year.

That’s up from £11.6m in the previous year – and turnover jumped from £11.4m to £34.3m.

A report has revealed the money-spinning deals that global superstar David, 47, had signed which led to his riches growing further.


Beckham reacts to son Romeo joining Brentford on loan from Inter Miami

David Beckham’s son Romeo joins Brentford on loan from dad’s team Inter Miami

The company paid £3.5m in Corporation Tax during the financial year.

The couple’s accounts revealed: “During the year, the group remained committed to its investments in the long-term growth of its brands and this growth strategy is fully supported by its shareholders.

“The group reports a profit after tax of £19.1m (2020 – £11.6m) and revenue of £34.3m (2020 – £11.4m).

“The increase in revenue is as a result of the successful growth strategy to work closely with the group's brand partners in expanding the reach and commercialisation of the David Beckham brand."

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During 2021, the company continued to respond to the effects of the global pandemic and maintained operations and growth, securing new contracts to a portfolio which now includes Electronic Arts, Adidas, Tudor, Diageo's Haig Club and Maserati.

It added: "During 2021, relationships with existing brand partners were strengthened and new contracts signed in the period, widening the group's portfolio of product categories, which now includes Sports, Media and Entertainment, Automobile, Fragrance, Eyewear, Luxury Brands and Financial Services.

“Alongside this brand partnership activity, David Beckham continues to build and support the MLS football league team Inter Miami CF.

“The management team continues to oversee all operational elements of the business and manages the long- term strategic plan to deliver commercial partnerships, grow brand value and unlock opportunities afforded by digital media channels and the global reach of the David Beckham brand.”

The former England star recently signed a £150m 10-year deal to promote tourism for World Cup hosts Qatar but the cash has not shown in the most recent accounts for his firm.

Meanwhile, David enjoyed the rewards of his hard work as he celebrated New Year in his lavish Cotswolds home.

Proud parents David and Victoria smiled wide for the camera alongside three of their four children.

Only three of their children looked to be at home for the special occasion as Romeo, 20, Cruz, 17 and Harper, 11, smiled for the camera beside their parents.

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However, their fourth and eldest child Brooklyn, 24, was noticeably missing from the new family photo.

Recently, the Beckham's family rich list was revealed – with Romeo being the wealthiest sibling.

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