He's arguably one of the most famous footballers of all time. And now, after David Beckham's retirement from professional football, his son Brooklyn looks ready to continue the legacy.
It has been announced that 14-year-old Brooklyn has joined Queens Park Rangers' Under 14 academy side, who train near the Beckhams’ home in west London.
Brooklyn, who turned 14 in March, started playing at Spurs and had a trial with Chelsea juniors in January.
David has spoken in the past about the difficulties of being a football-mad son of one of the most famous stars of the game on the planet.
'They've got a great life set up for them,' he told The Times. 'Obviously our boys and little girl are very lucky.“
'But I think, as a parent, you always worry: "Have they got the hunger that I had as a kid?"'
He added: 'I'm as hard on my boys as my dad was. They always ask, "Did I play well?" I'll say, "You did alright, could have done better..."'
Last weekend, David, 38, was given the honour of captaining Paris St Germain during their final home game of the season against Brest and paid an emotional farewell as he brought the curtain down on a career spanning more than 20 years.