Sky News Update: Football superstar David Beckham is a brilliant ambassador for Sky and has put his name to the company with some of their sports projects. In particular he will be working with children to promote sports and encourage them to get more involved. This will not only assist with health and fitness but also future teams. Beckham will not only be working with footballers but all children interested in all sports, encouraging them to try their hand at something and discover if they’re good. “As big names go, there are few bigger than David Beckham. So we’re super excited that he’s joined Sky as an ambassador. As part of a long-term partnership, he’ll play a leading role to support our grassroots sports initiatives, including Sky Sports Living for Sport, and help us to promote our unrivalled range of sports coverage and innovative services. He joins an impressive list of sporting icons who are part of our strong and deep-rooted support for British sport and grassroots participation: Olympic gold medal-winning heptathlete and Sky Sports Living for Sport ambassador Jessica Ennis, Tour de France winner and cycling legend Sir Bradley Wiggins, and Team Sky principal Sir David Brailsford. ‘I’ve always been passionate about the importance of sport in the lives of young people,’ Beckham commented. ‘I was lucky to have some amazing role models when I was younger, and I’m excited about the opportunity to work with Sky to pass on some of that knowledge to the next generation.’ Sky Sports Living for Sport is a free initiative that uses sports skills and sports stars to help improve the lives of thousands of young people across the UK and Ireland. It enables secondary schools to set up sports-based projects that reach out to disengaged or under-confident students, boosting their academic achievement, their life skills and their future prospects.“ This article was originally published on Sky.com. If you’re interested in anything related to Sky that’s detailed here, including the grassroots initiatives that Beckham will be working on with Sky, contact their customer services department and speak with one of the team. Sky populate their phone lines with friendly and helpful employees who are willing to provide assistance for any enquiry you might have. You can use the contact information listed at http://www.skycontactnumber.com/ whether you are an existing customer or looking to enlist with a Sky service. Visit our news section for more Sky news updates!
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