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Katherine Helsop & Siobhan Macdonald

David Beckham's enormous weekly earnings made public as star makes millions

David Beckham is no stranger to working with luxury brands, and has brought in millions through deals, according to his accounts.

Documents reveal how much the former football captain's company has made, with lucrative partnerships and new contracts raking in millions of pounds.

Both David, 47, and wife Victoria Beckham, 48, are directors for their company Beckham Brand Holdings Limited as the financial statements for 2021 have been released, reports the Mirror.

The former England captain, who faced huge public backlash for his partnership with Qatar, signed a slew of new contracts in 2021 raking in a series of multi-million pound deals for the company.

The company, which includes the "David Beckham business and brand", "investment in the Victoria Beckham global fashion and beauty brand" and "ownership participation" in football club Inter Miami FC, made an after tax profit of £19.1m, up from 11.6m in 2020, with a revenue of £34.3, up from £11.4m.

David's side of the company made an eye-watering profit of £19.6m which is a considerable boost from 10.6m the year before, with a turnover of £34m, up from £11.4m. Through all their separate businesses and brand deals, Brand Beckham's annual earnings works out at roughly £653,846 entering their accounts each week throughout 2021.

The report said: “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."

The business report, which is available to view on Companies House, makes notes of new contracts that were secured in 2021 including deals with Electronic Arts, Adidas, Tudor, Diageo's Haig Club and Maserati.

The document added that 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."

The report does not include David's £10m deal to become an ambassador for Qatar ahead of the country hosting the 2022 World Cup. Beckham's decision to take the deal and work alongside Qatar has come under severe backlash from fans due to the country's homosexuality laws and human rights record.

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