The six players with the most combined votes will enter the Premier League Hall of Fame.
Aside from the glamour, David Beckham brought to the Premier League a range of passing that had never been seen before.
His right foot set the league alight on the opening weekend of 1996/97, when he scored for Manchester United from the halfway line at Wimbledon.
A six-time title-winner, Beckham tormented opponents with whipped, curling crosses that were impossible to defend. The midfielder also scored 18 free-kicks, six more than any other player in the competition's history.
Career in numbers
What they said
“From the start you knew the quality he had and the professionalism. His range of passing and his free-kicks were brilliant and that was no accident – he was out there practising all day long.” – Gary Neville
"He had unbelievable stamina... he could run all day, and that allowed him to stay in the game at that kind of level, playing for his country in his mid-30s.” - Sir Alex Ferguson
“David Beckham is up there with the best passers I’ve ever played with. Over a long distance he was ‘radar foot’. Some left-footers look beautiful when they pass the ball. His right foot was like that – it even sounded nice when he hit the ball.” - Rio Ferdinand
Did you know?
Between his Premier League debut in April 1995 and his final appearance in May 2003, Beckham assisted 80 goals in the competition, six more than any other player in that time.
Beckham assisted 10+ PL goals in four consecutive seasons between 1997/98 and 2000/01, becoming the first player to achieve that feat.