Former Manchester United and Real Madrid winger David Beckham was on hand to dish out the medals in West Drayton at the West Middlesex and Hayes Youth Football League finals on Sunday.
Beckham watched from the touchline with wife Victoria and youngest child Harper to cheer his son Cruz’s Kensington side Foxes to victory.
The youngster clearly shares his dad’s technical ability and scored twice, including a spectacular goal in the 3-1 win over Sandgate, celebrating with a somersault for good measure.
Laurence Cummings, chairman of the league, then asked the Ex-England captain if he would like to present the trophies to both teams and David was more than happy to oblige.
Cummings said: "It was really great to David support his son like and father would. When he scored David was jumping, again just like any dad.
“I must admit asking David to present the awards and introducing him was a bit surreal but he was brilliant about it and stayed behind having photos and signing autographs for everyone.
“Bearing in mind he's one of the most famous people in the world, he made a lot of local childrens’ and adults’ weekends."
Cruz, nine, is also on the books at Premier League outfit Arsenal and joins his older brother Romeo at the Gunners.
The West Middlesex and Hayes Youth Football League is now taking applications for next seasons league. For more information please contact Laurence Cummings via email@example.com