David Beckham and Daughter Harper Meet and Cheer on Team England at Women's World Cup

The retired pro soccer champion said his and Victoria Beckham's little girl was "so excited to meet the team."

By Corinne Heller Jun 27, 2019 8:45 PMTags
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David Beckham is dad goals.

The retired pro soccer champion is naturally rooting for England's Lionesses to win the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and he and 7-year-old daughter Harper, the youngest of his and Victoria Beckham's four children and their only girl, got to meet the team before cheering them on in their quarter finals game against Norway. The match took place at Stade Océane in Le Havre, France on Thursday. David posted a photo of him and Harper with the athletes on Instagram.

"So lucky to get to see the girls before tonight's big game..." he wrote. "As a player I know exactly what it means to play in these competitions and to have the support from home which means so much..I just want to say how very proud we all are of every single player, they are doing amazingly well and the whole country is behind them!!! As you can see Harper was so excited to meet the team & is so excited for the game.... Come On England @lionesses @philipneville18."
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David also posted on his Instagram Story a pic of his daughter with Lionesses star player and forward Nikita Parris.

Instagram / David Beckham

David also shared a pic of him and Harper with the Lionesses' coach and his former Manchester United team mate, Phil Neville.

Instagram / David Beckham

"Good luck Lionesses," David wrote.

Instagram / David Beckham

"Come on England," he added.

England ended up winning the match, 3-0, and will head to the Women's World Cup semi-finals.