Romeo Beckham made his professional debut for American third-tier club Fort Lauderdale CF on Sunday.
The 19-year-old signed a contract with the club earlier this month and started on the right wing in his first appearance for the reserve team of Inter Miami – the MLS outfit his father David Beckham owns.
He played for 79 minutes in a 2-2 draw against South Georgia Tormenta FC in the USL League one.
“Blessed to have made my pro debut tonight for Fort Lauderdale, full focus onto the next match,” Beckham posted on Instagram post-match.
Another familiar name was among the Lauderdale ranks, with Phil Neville’s son Harvey playing in midfield – his 16th appearance for the Florida outfit since leaving Manchester United’s academy.
Both could return to action Lauderdale against Greenville Triumph on 2 October as they look to rise from eighth place.