PHOTOS: David Beckham Makes It A Family Affair At Last Game For LA Galaxy

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It was his last ever game for LA Galaxy since joining the US team six years ago so David Beckham fittingly made sure he went out in style at his match yesterday, bringing his beloved sons onto the pitch.

David Beckham was joined on the field by Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz who took part in the team presentation before the start of his Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup match against the Houston Dynamo.

PHOTOS: David Beckham Makes It A Family Affair At Last Game For LA GalaxyPHOTOS: David Beckham Makes It A Family Affair At Last Game For LA Galaxy

David Beckham poses with his three sons ahead of his final game for LA Galaxy, December 1 (Splash News)

The boys looked adorable as they dressed in mini versions of their father's club strip with the younger boys kit emblazoned with 'Daddy'. At one point proud dad David could be seen kissing the cheek of middle son Romeo, 10.

PHOTOS: David Beckham Makes It A Family Affair At Last Game For LA GalaxyPHOTOS: David Beckham Makes It A Family Affair At Last Game For LA Galaxy

Family man Beckham plants a kiss on son Romeo, December 1 (Splash News)

David's daughter with wife Victoria wan't left out either as the dad's pink graduated Predator LZ TRX cleats were inscribed with all four children’s names including little Harper.

Becks' family were joined by A listers like Gerard Butler and basketball star Kobe Bryant in the VIP stands. The good luck charms seemed to work as the footballer led his team to a 3-1 score and the MLS cup.

Beckham's next move is still unclear with some speculating that a move to a European team is a strong possibility, Victoria has been spotted house hunting and checking out schools in London, suggesting the family could be decamping to the UK. 

 

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