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David Beckham teaches football to Indonesian children on island of Sumba

DAVID BECKHAM and his family spent a day coaching Indonesian children on the island of Sumba how to play football.

The Manchester United and England hero took wife Victoria along with children  Harper, 7, Cruz, 13, Romeo, 15, and 19-year-old Brooklyn.

David Beckham played football with children in Indonesia

Posh, 44, shared photos and videos of the day with her Instagram followers.

The Spice Girl wrote: “Inspiring day spending time as a family with the teachers and happy students.

“Beautiful day in Sumba with such happy students x kisses from us all

“Special day with the inspiring students in Sumba. We loved hanging out helping to teach English and play games!”

Romeo Beckham played football with a young Barcelona fan The Beckham family played ball with the Sumba Foundation Victoria ‘Posh Spice’ Beckham posed with the children Cruz Beckham and big brother Brooklyn played with the local children Romeo Beckham and little sister Harper played games with the children

Becks, 43, treated his family to a trip to the idyllic spot, spending a reported £5,000 per night on a villa at the luxurious hotel and resort, Nihi.

But the famous family gave plenty back too with a trip to the Sumba Foundation that has been helping villagers for around 30 years.

The badge for Beckham‘s new Major League Soccer team has allegedly been leaked online.

He has opted for a surprising pink and black colour scheme for the franchise, which is expected to be called Interacional Club de Futbol Miami.

Harper Beckham mingled with the children of Sumba Brooklyn Beckham is the oldest of the gang

The club’s crest consists of two birds, which look like herons, standing back-to-back with their legs interlocked to create a letter M.

Below that, ‘2020’ has been written in Roman numerals to show when the franchise will be launched.

Around the edge of the circular design reads club name ‘Interacional Club de Futbol Miami’.

But it is the bold colour scheme that sent fans into frenzy when the image done the rounds on social media.

The new design has been doing the rounds on social media David Beckham‘s new team are expected to play their first season in 2020

One fan furiously demanded: “It looks ugly. The colours ne to change!!!!!!”

Another added: “While another added: “Yeah they are bad. I pray that’s not what they go with.”

While another concluded: “If this is it, I feel I could have done better. Pink flamingos????”

But for Beckham the badge signifies that he is one step closer to achieving his dream.

The new build will apparently feature 110 acres of permanent green space

Last month the ex-England star unveiled his incredible plans for the team’s futuristic new stadium.

The Miami Freedom Park, set in south Florida, will include 23 acres of football pitches that the public can use.

But protesters hit out after it was revealed that he was planning to build the complex on top of a public golf course.