David Beckham, Cruz Beckham


Retired or not, looks like David Beckham wants his boys to grow up watching the sport he loves.

The recently retired athlete brought his three sons to the UCLA campus in L.A. yesterday to check out his former team Real Madrid as they prepare for the summer season. Beckham was snapped with coach Carlo Ancelotti and current star forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo seems to have followed Beckham's career route, going to Manchester United before transferring to Real Madrid. However, the two never played on the same team, as Beckham left the Spanish Club in 2007, two years before Ronaldo came aboard.

Since retiring last May from the game that brought his name to fame, the former soccer stud has had more down time to spend with his family.  

Earlier this month, the father of four was spotted at his kid's school, participating in Sports Day where he took the gold and beat out the other dads (not surprising!).

July also marks the 14th anniversary of Beckham and his just-as-gorgeous-and-stylish wife, Victoria Beckham, and looks like the couple is ending the month with a trip to L.A.

However, looks like the father of four won't be too free for too long. He's set to star in a new kid's TV show in the U.K. titled Game Changers with other athletes to encourage British youngsters to get into sports.

Beckham is also the new brand ambassador for Sky Sports, multiplying himself for the television network's new ad campaign (trust us, you want to see this!). He may be dressed in a variety of stylish outfits in that commercial, but opted to go shirtless for this one to promote his fragrance Classic. 

He may be retired, but he sure doesn't look it.

PHOTOS: More shirtless Becks!

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