Romeo Beckham, son of Inter Miami CF co-owner David Beckham, made his professional debut on Sunday, starting and playing 79 minutes for Fort Lauderdale CF in a 2-2 draw against South Georgia Tormenta FC. Fort Lauderdale are Miami's USL League One affiliate.
The 19-year-old lined up on the right wing, where his father established himself as an icon for Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy and the England national team during his playing career, reportedly setting up multiple good chances for teammates.
Beckham signed with Fort Lauderdale in September, joining a roster that also includes Harvey Neville, son of Inter Miami head coach Phil Neville. Harvey Neville, who has made 16 appearances for Fort Lauderdale this season, also started Sunday's match alongside Beckham in midfield.