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David Beckham has revealed that he wants to dedicate his life to family and charity work when he retires.

The soccer star answered questions from readers of People.com, and revealed secrets about his life and family.

“I plan on spending time with the family and getting more involved in charity,” he replied after being asked his retirement plans. "Being ambassador for UNICEF is something I’m very passionate [about]. I went to Sierra Leone last year, which was an amazing experience. We also have our own charity – the Victoria and David Beckham Charitable Trust – and I’ve got a soccer academy. I’ve got quite a few things to keep me busy."

The Victoria and David Beckham Charitable Trust supports initiatives for sick and disabled children. Past charities supported include UNICEF and organizations that help disabled children, such as those which provide wheelchairs to those in need.

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