Someone's a fan of Basketball! Brooklyn Beckham stands out in the crowd as he enthusiastically cheers on the LA Lakers
10:24 GMT, 5 April 2012
Last week he attended an ice hockey match with his father and brothers, but it's clear to see that Brooklyn Beckham is more of a basketball boy.
The 13-year-old was spotted thoroughly enjoying a game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center last night.
Joined by his footballer father, the young teenager could barely watch the game at times as he covered his face with his hands.
Go Lakers! Brooklyn Beckham enjoys a basketball game in Los Angeles with his father David last night
Peek-a-boo! At times the 13-year-old couldn't bear to watch the game
Wearing a khaki green T-shirt with dark jeans, Brooklyn appeared to be the only member of the audience who couldn't stay in his seat.
A well-known Lakers supporter, the eldest of the Beckham's boys showed his love for the team by wearing one of their caps.
His enthusiasm in the sport may mean he will consider a career in basketball rather than football like his father.
Tender moment: Brooklyn put a loving arm around his famous father as they excitedly watched the basketball
Like father, like son: David also jumped out of his seat to cheer on the LA team with his eldest son
Just the two of us: David and Brooklyn left Romeo and Cruz at home to enjoy the sport together
However, all of the Beckham boys are regularly seen at football training and are clearly sporty children.
Brooklyn brought a male friend along to the game in the form of Gordon Ramsay's son Jack , and was spotted giving his father a high-five when the team scored.
At one point, the LA Galaxy star also jumped out of his seat and began applauding.
Standing out in the crowd: At one point Brooklyn was the only spectator who was out of his seat
David showed off his famous body art in a grey short-sleeved T-shirt which he wore with his trademark beanie hat.
The father-of-four is no doubt feeling a tad triumphant after Watchdog recently dismissed complaints that the star's H&M underwear campaign was 'unsuitable for children to see.'
The advertisement, which sees David modelling a variety of boxer shorts, was deemed 'mildly sexual at most,' and will remain on display.
Sporty family: David regularly takes his boys to games such as this ice hockey match that they attended this week