The former England captain has played his last professional match.
PSG midfielder David Beckham has officially retired from professional football, after the French champions failed to name the 38-year-old in their squad for the final match of the season.
Beckham announced that this campaign would be his last as a footballer on May 16, following a successful career that saw the former England skipper win trophies in four different countries.
The midfielder played against Bastia last week in the Parisian side’s last home match of 2012/13, but has not been included for the squad for the last match of the season.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side will line-up against Lorient but Beckham will not be playing.
The midfielder made his name under fellow recent retiree Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, the peak being part of the treble-winning team of 1999 who triumphed in the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.
Following a bust-up with Ferguson in the early-2000s Beckham made the high profile move to Real Madrid, although four seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu only yielded one La Liga title.
The ex-Three Lions skipper then made the controversial move to the American MLS league and it was derided that Beckham only making the move for money.
However, the midfielder fulfilled his four-year contract at LA Galaxy and won two league titles with the side.
Beckham also spent two shot loan spells on-loan at AC Milan whilst in Los Angeles, before signing a five-month deal at current side PSG.
The former United and Madrid star is also the most highly-capped outfield English player in history with 117 appearances for his country.