David Beckham, a former player for Manchester United and England, watched his son Romeo Beckham make his Brentford B debut on Tuesday.
However, after the game, he had to jump on a fence to get away from the crowd.
The delighted father was beaming as he watched Brentford B defeat Erith & Belvedere in the second round of the London Senior Cup.
Throughout the game, David Beckham ecstatically supported his gifted son, but he quickly disappeared after the final whistle.
The football player then made a quick getaway over a fence, as witnessed.
The celebrity kept a low profile, blending in with the crowd in a navy blue anorak, a black cap, and some pants.
Romeo Beckham joined the Premier League club’s B team last week after joining Brentford on loan from Inter Miami. In the London Senior Cup matchup against ninth-tier Erith & Belvedere, he made his debut as a substitution.
Romeo Beckham joined the match with his team trailing 2-1, but he assisted in forcing a late equalizer before they stole the victory at the very last second. David, his father, was present but had to leave right away as the full-time whistle blew.
There were 554 fans in attendance to watch the action in Welling, and many of them recognized the former Manchester United and England captain throughout the game and approached him for pictures and autographs.
As a result, Beckham Sr. was seen with his hood up and climbing a fence after the game to escape the crowd.
To escape Park View Road, he first climbed out of the concession stand and then jumped over a fence.
A cloaked Becks made his escape after scaling the stand by hauling himself over a wooden fence and dodging some sharp shrubs.
David’s Great Escape appeared to be successful because he wasn’t seen leaving the stand again.
Despite the possibility that it would have been an expensive detour if the bushes had ruined his expensive-looking jacket.
Romeo didn’t score, but he was a significant contributor to his team’s thrilling 3-2 victory over Erith.
Romeo joined Brentford after working with them for a while and winning over the Premier League team.
The right-sided midfielder plans to stay with the Bees through the end of the current campaign in the hopes of capturing manager Thomas Frank’s attention.
Romeo’s surprise signing was announced last week by his proud father David, who also posted a photo of himself and his son carrying the club’s jersey.
What’s next for Romeo Beckham?
Romeo, who made his Brentford B debut on the bench, will look to play in the Bees’ upcoming home game against Aston Villa on Friday.