David and Brooklyn Beckham go topless for family match at empty Miami stadium

David Beckham whipped off his shirt for a game of football with his four sons at the empty Inter Miami CF Stadium.

The 44-year-old dad of four looked incredible as he showed off his rock hard abs and honed arms as he raced around the pitch enjoying a kick about with his boys.

The family were given free run at the club's stadium, which David owns, after the home match against LA Galaxy was postponed over coronavirus fears.

With the game cancelled, David and his sons Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, and Cruz, 15, were more than happy to test out the eerily empty ground .

Ex England captain David drew the eye with his detailed tattoo collection while dressed in his trademark number seven shorts.

Eldest son Brooklyn also made the most of the Miami heat by whipping off his shirt too and showing off his equally impressive tatted up chest.

The budding photographer donned a pair of black shorts and matching trainers and wore a stylish gold chain around his neck.

At one point the running appeared to get too much for Brooklyn, who celebrated his 21st earlier this month, as he stopped to watch the others with his hands on his hips.

While Romeo and Cruz also joined in the fun as they got stuck into the family game.

Dad David appeared to get competitive as he celebrated scoring a winning goal against the opposition.

Victoria Beckham was spotted watching from the sidelines looking very invested in the boys' game.

The singer turned designer showed off her fashionable credentials in a pair of skinny jeans and Prada boots and some huge shades to mask her face.

Also supporting the boys were eight-year-old Harper and Brooklyn and Romeo's girlfriends – Nicola Peltz and Mia 'Mimi' Moocher.

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Earlier this week David shared a photo of Inter Miami's empty stadium and urged fans to look after each other amid the coronavirus update.

"'Our health, our loved ones and looking after those that need support in our communities.

"In these moments, sport takes a back seat. We must all listen to expert advice and do the right thing.

"Stay safe and look out for yourselves and your families #LaFamilia," he shared.

Dad of four David previously revealed he hopes daughter Harper will follow in his footsteps and find a passion for football that his three sons are missing.

"Harper is playing every Sunday and loves it. The boys don’t play and it’s heartbreaking," David revealed on The Graham Norton Show.

He was seen taking her to watch the England Women's side at their World Cup games last year.

Lucky Harper even got to meet the manager Phil Neville and the Lionesses before the match.

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