Los Angeles - David Beckham has been making soccer balls out of banana leaves in Papua New Guinea.
The 40-year-old retired sportsman is currently travelling the world to mark a decade of working with the children's charity UNICEF, playing seven matches in seven continents, and David has taken to Instagram to reveal the primitive techniques he's been using to start a game on the Pacific island.
Alongside an image of himself making the balls, David wrote: "I don't think I've ever made a football before a game before, this one is made from banana leaves. The hat was given to me the tribe #LoveOfTheGame. (sic)"
In another snap on his Instagram, the former England captain can be seen posing alongside a team bus that bears his name and iconic shirt number, seven.
David wrote: "Team bus on the way to our first match in Papua New Guinea. 7 games in 7 continents...#LoveOfTheGame. (sic)"
And although the H&M model is working hard to make a difference, he has managed to find some time to try some of the local cuisine.
The first dish pic he shared was a beautifully garnished plate of "cod fish sperm" while a second picture is an unnamed dish that looks a lot like a kind of sushi...
As well as playing in Papua New Guinea, David is also set to test his skills in Antarctica, Nepal, Buenos Aires, the desert plains of Djibouti and Miami.
The soccer legend - who will play with two teams drawn from the local community for a new BBC documentary - previously said: "This epic journey will allow me to show the positive side of the game I love and shine a light on the passion and selflessness of people that play this sport as a force for good."