David Beckham Entering the "School Zone"
A sprained knee ligament, fortunately, could not stop David Beckham from doing something. The soccer god who's been sidelined for a month, after hurting a knee ligament earlier this month during a Spanish league game, launches a new Website to provide a free coaching advice to teachers and pupils and improve their health, fitness and achievements.
The Website, called "School Zone", is an extension of Beckham's football academy in London which hosts free educational days. By now there are more than 12,000 children have passed through The David Beckham Academy in the UK. The academy also has a branch in Los Angeles.
Unveiling the School Zone during a visit Monday March 19th to the City Academy School in Bristol, southwest England, the former England captain's said, "I have seen firsthand how boys and girls respond to the coaches at the academy. I am extremely proud of the work we have achieved to date with schools and community groups who visit the academy for free and I am pleased that now every school will get the chance to sample what we provide."
The "School Zone" can be accessed from Beckham's The David Beckham Academy.
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