David Beckham had the help of his three sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz to cheer on his former team Paris Saint-Germain. The legendary football player joined the French club in 2013, shortly before announcing his retirement from the beloved game.
On Wednesday night David took the boys of his his brood to Stamford Bridge in London, where they watched the second leg of the Chelsea-Paris Saint-Germain match as part of the UEFA Champions League.
David had watched the first leg without his sons in Paris last month, but this week's outing was clearly a family affair.
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Brooklyn Beckham, Romeo Beckham and Cruz Beckham had some of the best seats in the house
The group had some of the best seats in the house, occupying a box near the centre of the pitch. Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz were clearly in their element – tucking into ice-cream, sharing jokes and taking selfies and photos throughout the game.
Brooklyn, 16, later uploaded an Instagram snap of the match in full swing, which he enthusiastically captioned "PSG PSG PSG PSG."
The three boys looked as stylish as usual, but it was their dad David who won the points for best-groomed. The model, who sported a thick, well-kept beard, looked sharp in a black coat and matching sweater.
Romeo Beckham and his big brother Brooklyn were seen taking selfies and photos during the game
Victoria Beckham's husband has clearly passed on his love of football to his kids. The couple's eldest son Brooklyn played for Arsenal U16 but left the club after bosses decided not to offer him a youth scholarship. Romeo, 12, and Cruz, ten, are still enrolled in the north London club.
Despite the decision not to retain him, Arsenal youth coaches reportedly still rate Brooklyn highly but feel other players in his position, who are a few years older, are more advanced in their development.
Looking as stylish as ever, David Beckham supported his old team Paris Saint-Germain with his kids
David has previously spoken about how his famous children are just like other youngsters their age – and sometimes want to skip school for a game.
"Without a doubt, my children from time to time do get 'sore throats' in the mornings, especially when there is certain things happening at school or their dad is going to play some game," said David, speaking on Good Morning Britain.
"They definitely try to get out of school. [Cruz] was playing football and he hurt his neck and the physio came over to me and she said, 'He's fine but his first question was, 'Do I have to go to school tomorrow?'"