David Beckham’s new MLS team is set to be named ‘Internacional Club de Futbol Miami’.
According to the Miami Herald, the England captain has also decided on the logo for his new side as well; and it is a thing of beauty.
Beckham exercised his right to purchase an MLS franchise in 2014 and decided upon the Florida city as the location for his new side.
After years of quarrelling with residents and politicians alike, the former Manchester United man seems set to launch his new side in 2020.
Despite debates about the team’s location, it seems as though their name and badge are set in stone.
The report in The Herald states the crest for the team was submitted to the US Trademark and Patent Office on Wednesday by the same company which filed trademarks connected to Beckham’s ownership group.
Featuring two egrets and a black, white and pink theme, the badge also features the year the club will reportedly enter the American league.
When Beckham signed for LA Galaxy back in 2007, his contract included an optional $25million clause to buy an expansion into the league.
In January of this year, the 43-year-old confirmed he had been awarded the 25th MLS franchise.