The biggest fan in Major League Soccer has revealed that he’s a big fan of Major League Baseball and will have a special seat for the New York Red Bulls in their upcoming game against the Chicago Fire.
Stevie Biggie Beckham is joining us on the panel at the 2018 MLS Charity Game on Wednesday, where the Red Bulls will take on the Fire at Yankee Stadium.
The 37-year-old has been a fixture at the Red Bull Arena since the team was founded in 2006, appearing in 11 games since that time and winning three MLS Cup titles with the team.
He will have an opportunity to make a big impression on the crowd with his unique flair.
“I think if you look at how the game has evolved over the last couple of years, the fan experience has gone from a very personal thing for the players to an entertainment experience,” he said.
“There’s a lot more interaction in the game today than ever before.
I’m a huge fan of the game and I’m going to be watching the game as well.”
Beckham is a regular at the charity game, and he says he’ll be able to help out by raising money for the Redbull Foundation.
The charity event takes place every other month, with the event taking place at the venue on New Year’s Eve.
There are other charity games, including one for veterans, but Beckham says he’s going to donate his time to the cause of the Red Wings, as well as the Redbuds Red Bulls Foundation.
“It’s going on right now, it’s just the timing of the event and the amount of money raised, and I feel like the Reds Foundation has been instrumental in helping us get through that time of year,” he explained.
“And the charity has helped us through that tough time and the year that we’ve been through and I can definitely help the Redbacks Foundation and Red Bulls Football Club out with a lot of money that I raise.”
He will be on hand to watch the Redblacks take on Fire on New Years Eve.