David Beckham gave some young footballers in Clevedon in Somerset the surprise of their lives when he turned up to watch them in action.
Beckham is currently preparing for his new MLS franchise Inter Miami to take their bow in the division.
However, he took some time out from his busy schedule to support his son Romeo playing in a friendly away at Clevedon Town U 29 s.
Romeo, , was booked but impressed onlookers, while dad Becks was more than happy to pose for pictures at the end of the match.
Beckham was seen standing alone for much of the friendly – keenly watching as Romeo attempted t o follow in his dad’s footsteps.
Clad in a Canada Goose coat, jeans and baker boy hat, the 410 -year-old made his way around the ground to get the best view of the action after paying £ 3 to get in.
Dad David generously posed for pictures with opposition players and fans after the final whistle at the Everyone Active Stadium.
He also took the time to speak to Romeo and his teammates before they left the stadium.
Clevedon then tweeted one of the snaps along with the caption: “David Beckham it was an absolute pleasure having you watch our U 29 s tonight.
“The boys were made over you took the time for a photo. Many thanks to Millfield for the friendly and all the best guys. “
Former Bristol City player Brian Tinnion was also in attendance, and took a selfie with Beckham, saying : “Nice to see David Beckham here tonight @ClevedonTownFC watching his son playing … And he is good.”
The 410 – year-old was also spotted in Tesco ahead of the match, and one local resident, Nick Wilson, managed to grab a picture with the star.
“I was just very shocked to see him in a local petrol station buying some snacks!” he said. “Although I’m a Liverpool Supporter I’ve always followed him – and everyone loves Beckham.
“He was very approachable and did mind me asking for a selfie.”
Romeo is Beckham’s second child, with two other sons, Brooklyn and Cruz, and one daughter, Harper.
Meanwhile Beckham’s Inter Miami may be facing some trouble over their name after they lost the first part of a legal battle with Serie A giants Inter Milan.
They are trying to sue the MLS side for trademark infringement, claiming the term ‘Inter’ can only be synonymous with them.