David and Victoria Beckham will share never seen before films of their family as part of a new £16million Netflix life story deal.

The power couple who shot to fame due to football and a pop career will feature in intimate camcorder footage from family birthdays, Christmases and other celebrations.

A source told The Sun: “This is a real coup for Netflix — and will show a completely different side to David, one the public very rarely get to see.

“David’s family are all massive archivers; they’ve been proudly documenting his career since he was a boy and have kept all the old local newspaper cuttings, school records and team photos throughout the years.

David, 45, shot to fame as the former England captain, while his wife Victoria, 46, became a household name as part of the Spice Girls.

The series kicks off with David playing football in the back garden with devoted dad Ted, and features interviews and commentary from all the family including his children Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, and Harper, nine.

David’s best on-pitch moments, including his winning goal against Greece to get England through to the 2002 World Cup, will be replayed, as well as some of his worst, such as his sending off against Argentina in 1998.

The source added: "“There’s even some classic camcorder footage from various birthdays, Christmases and special occasions, as well as some hilarious insights into David and Victoria’s early dates.

“Needless to say, David is bound to come off brilliantly while viewers will get to see Victoria’s quick wit.

“A camera crew will also document David’s life now, following him around the globe as he fulfils various business ventures.”