David Beckham came out of soccer retirement to join a special UNICEF charity match for children on Saturday, Nov. 14. In a show of support, David’s children also joined their father on the field for a family pre-game picture.

David and his children Harper, Cruz and Romeo, all wore matching red jerseys as they posed for a family picture on the soccer field, E!News reported. In the picture, the three children all wore smiles while their famous father crouched behind them. The soccer game, a match between The Rest of the World team versus Great Britain and Ireland, also featured David’s oldest son Brooklyn.

Brooklyn, who joined the game during the latter part of UNICEF’s soccer match for children, also posed with his father on the field. He even uploaded two 'father and son' selfies on Instagram. The first one he captioned, “Matching outfit matching moonrocks. Thanks @sneakerboy @davidbeckham.”

The second Instagram picture which Brooklyn shared showed him stepping onto the soccer field to replace his father during the soccer match. He wrote, “What an amazing experience to play with some of the best players in the world. I will always remember this moment. #matchforchildren.”

David and Victoria's oldest son even wore the same jersey number as his father, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Brooklyn and David each had the number 7 on their UNICEF soccer match jerseys, the number which David used during his Manchester United playing days.

Meanwhile, Victoria Beckham also took to Instagram to congratulate her husband and son for participating in the charity soccer game. In the Instagram post, Victoria gushed on how much she “love[s] [her] boys” and that the UNICEF event was an “incredible game for a wonderful cause.” She continued, “What David has achieved makes me so proud. I love u.”

Other soccer players who joined the UNICEF charity soccer match for children include Luis Figo, Paul Scholes and Ronaldinho.

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