Old Trafford. Saint Syro. Bernabéu. Princes Park. The name Beckham has graced some of the most famous stadiums in world football.
There is now a new land to add to the list – Park View Road, Welling.
It was at the home of ninth-tier side Erith & Belvedere that Romeo Beckham, son of former England captain David, made his Brentford B debut in a London Senior Cup match on Tuesday.
The 20 year old who was loaned by Inter Miami II until the end of the seasoncame on as a second-half substitute with the Bees trailing 2-1, before a late comeback brought a 3-2 win.
The Beckham effect also had an impact off the pitch, with a club record 554 fans making an appearance on a cold, soggy evening in south-east London.
In the midst of this crowd, hidden under the hood of a black raincoat, was father David, who saw his son carry on the Beckham tradition by placing a dangerous cross from the right wing – a moment the administrator of the Twitter account Erith & Belvedere FC was not going to be missed.
Romeo also showed he could bend it like Beckham with a few late corners as well as hit the bar with a header – despite being flagged offside.
By this stage the presence of Beckham senior had been spotted, with growing crowds of fans heading towards the 47-year-old to try and get a selfie.
Welling United, who share the ground with Erith & Belvedere, were also delighted to have such a famous star and tweeted an image of a smiling Beckham.
But with the crowds building up, Beckham opted to take an unconventional outing by jumping over a fence and weaving through bushes, before showing a change of pace not seen since his playing days with a dash on rain-soaked terrain.
Speaking on Romeo Beckham’s impact, Brentford B boss Neil MacFarlane said: “Romeo really took us forward into the wing-back position. He created some really great moments for us with some terrific deliveries.
“He also had the opportunity to score and I was delighted with him and the group in general for keeping the front foot. We never gave up and we succeeded.”