Kai Rooney, Wayne’s 13-year-old son, follows in his famous father’s footsteps by scoring for Manchester United in their cup final victory over City.


KAI ROONEY scored a goal against Manchester City, proving he was a worthy successor to his legendary father.

In the U13 National Cup North final, Wayne Rooney’s eldest son, who was playing for, proved once again why he was his father’s son.


Rooney inspired Man Utd's U13's to a 2-0 win over Man City


Teenagers Rooney and JJ Gabriel scored the game-winning goals in a 2-0 victory over the Cityzens to advance their team to the national final against Arsenal.

After the game, Kai shared photos on Instagram of him with his team posing with the trophy and medals.

Rooney tagged the photos with the words “National Cup. Great performance in a 2-0 victory over Man City.

Dad Wayne made headlines in the new millennium for his habit of harassing United’s loud neighbors.

His game-winning overhead kick in 2010–11, which helped United win the Premier League by a single point over City, is widely considered one of the best goals in league history.

According to the Daily Mail, Kai Rooney set a new United record for goals scored by a player in his age group (Under 12) last year by tallying 56 goals and adding 28 helpers.

His four goals against Liverpool came while he was on the field with Cristiano Ronaldo Jr.

After 559 games, Dad Wayne has scored 253 goals for Man Utd, making him the franchise’s all-time leading scorer.

When Man United won the Premier League in 2013, Kai followed his father out onto the field to celebrate.

Since then, Manchester United has not been able to repeat as Premier League champions.


Wayne and Coleen Rooney are the proud parent of Kai


Kai has been playing football while also pursuing a modeling career.

An entire year ago, he was seen dressed from head to toe in Puma gear, having modeled for the sportswear giant.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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