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David Beckham brings his three boys to Brazil for their first World Cup final

14 JULY 2014 David Beckham treated his three sons to a once-in-a-lifetime experience on Sunday evening, when he brought them along to their first World Cup final.

David and his three boys, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, were among those lucky enough to be in the stands at the Maracanã stadium to watch Argentina take on Germany in the competition's final match.


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David Beckham: "Me and the boys at our first ever World Cup final, great day!"


Before the match got under way, David proudly posed for a photograph with his children, before sharing it with his Facebook fans. "Me and the boys at our first ever World Cup final, great day!" he wrote alongside.

The three boys went all out in their support for Argentina, each wearing team shirts with Lionel Messi's name on the back. David, 39, chose to keep his allegiances to himself, although he did also wear blue – a denim shirt.


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David Beckham and his sons in the stands at Maracanã stadium


But despite the backing of the Beckhams, there was disappointment for Argentina on the night. Germany won the match 1-0, with a late goal during extra time by Mario Gotze, and lifted the World Cup.

David was one of a number of famous faces in the stadium for the match; Gisele Bündchen, Rihanna and Shakira were just some of the stars watching from the stands.


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Dream team: Kaka, Pele and David Beckham


For football fans though, the sight of David talking to other legends of the sport, Kaka and Pele, proved to be the most exciting.

The former England captain warmly hugged both the Brazilian players before the trio happily posed for photographs together for delighted fans.

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