DAVID Beckham swapped his MLS preparations with Inter Miami for Clevedon Town on Wednesday night as he watched his son play football.

Beckham, 44, was in North Somerset to see his son, Romeo, play for Millfield School Under-18s against their Clevedon counterparts.

Clevedon Town said: "David Beckham it was an absolute pleasure having you watch our U18s tonight.

"The boys were made up you took the time for a photo.

"Massive thanks to Millfield for the friendly and all the best guys."

Former Bristol City midfielder Brian Tinnion, now the club's loan ambassador, wrote on Twitter: "Nice to see David Beckham here tonight @ClevedonTownFC watching his son Romeo playing for Millfield school and he is good."

Beckham's new MLS franchise are due to play their first competitive Major League Soccer match against LA FC on March 1.