The surname could become synonymous with football for years to come.
Less than six months after David Beckham played the former England captain’s last professional football match, the 38-year-old’s sons are starting their careers.
Beckham has three boys, the middle of which – Romeo – signed a deal with Arsenal to follow in the footsteps of the teenager’s father.
It’s clearly in the genes as now eldest son Brooklyn is training with Fulham, having already spent time with fellow west London sides Chelsea and QPR.
The 14-year-old played in an under-15s match against Southend to try and impress the youth academy at Craven Cottage.
Beckham junior has also trained with Manchester United in recent times – the club that made the name of the boy’s father in the early 1990s.
With three sons in the family there was always a chance that one may try and emulate their dad, but at this rate it could be the whole lot with youngest Cruz needing to sign up to complete the set.
Within the next decade the Premier League could be gripped by Beckham mania once again.