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David Beckham brings sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz to Arsenal Champions League game

He previously said he would let his sons pursue their passions in life, regardless of whether they were interested in football.

But a keen interest in the game certainly runs in the Beckham brood since doting dad David brought his sons Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 11, to the Arsenal v Paris Saint Germain game on Wednesday.

The retired footballer, 42, was spotted in the stands alongside his children as they watched the UEFA Champions League action from their VIP vantage point.

 

Football-mad family: David Beckham brought his sons Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 11, to the Arsenal v Paris Saint Germain game on Wednesday

Boys' night! A a keen interest in the game certainly runs in the Beckham brood

Boys’ night! A a keen interest in the game certainly runs in the Beckham brood

David looked super suave in a gold button, military inspired jacket, worn buttoned up to the neck.

The Beckham boys were seen chatting animatedly among themselves before the game, which resulted in a 2-2 draw.

Despite their superstar dad drawing admiring glances from onlookers, the youngsters appeared perfectly at ease.

Brooklyn was previously enrolled at the club’s Hale End academy and was hoping to be handed a two-year term to continue with the Gunners.

Kicking back in style: The retired footballer, 42, was spotted in the stands alongside his children as they watched the UEFA Champions League action from their VIP vantage point

Kicking back in style: The retired footballer, 42, was spotted in the stands alongside his children as they watched the UEFA Champions League action from their VIP vantage point

In their element: The Beckham boys were seen chatting animatedly among themselves before the game, which resulted in a 2-2 draw

In their element: The Beckham boys were seen chatting animatedly among themselves before the game, which resulted in a 2-2 draw

However, it was revealed last year that he was set to end his tenure with Arsenal.

His brothers Romeo and Cruz are also enrolled at Hale End, with Cruz said to be the most promising of the Beckham brothers.

‘He actually loves photography. That is one of his passions,’ said Beckham Snr. 

Eldest son Brooklyn has trained with Arsenal in the past, but his father tried to downplay suggestions that he could make it a full-time career.

Short-lived football career: Brooklyn was previously enrolled at the club's Hale End academy and was hoping to be handed a two-year term to continue with the Gunners

Short-lived football career: Brooklyn was previously enrolled at the club’s Hale End academy and was hoping to be handed a two-year term to continue with the Gunners

Show of support: David was showing his support for his former team PSG 

Show of support: David was showing his support for his former team PSG 

‘I have always said to my children, as long as they have a passion for something, we will encourage it.

‘He loves football, but has a passion for photography as well.’

David and Victoria allowed the talented teen to explore his interest over the summer, enrolling him in a top photography course in New York City.

Talented bunch: Cruz, 11, is said to be the most promising of the Beckham brothers on the pitch

Talented bunch: Cruz, 11, is said to be the most promising of the Beckham brothers on the pitch

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