Cruz Beckham is a "Copy" of His Proud Dad David
He's said to be the most promising footballer of the three Beckham boys, and Cruz certainly looked like he put his all into a match on Saturday.
The 10-year-old was seen cooling off in the hot weather with a bottle of water after a kickabout with his Arsenal Academy teammates.
And the promising footballer also got a hug from his dad David during half time, with the former England captain looking on proudly as his youngest son played for the Under 11s team.
Cruz is enrolled at Arsenal's Hale End academy with older brothers Romeo, 12, and 16-year-old Brooklyn, although the eldest Beckham boy is not expected to be retained by the club next season.
Doting dad David is a regular at all three boys' matches, and on Saturday he was on the sidelines to watch Cruz play.
The 40-year-old dressed casually in a denim shirt and black jeans for his sporty day out, adding one of his favourite flat caps and a pair of trainers.
David was spotted mingling with the other parents as the team came off the pitch, and cooling down with a refreshing drink.
This time it looked like David stuck to the sidelines as Cruz played, but during an interview on The Graham Norton Show earlier this year, the star revealed how he was once called on to referee one of Romeo's matches.
As Becks explained, he had to step in for an absent match official but was left with an awkward call to make.