Father's Day: From the Schmeichels to the Wrights - here's football's finest father-son combinations

There's something rather endearing about seeing a son follow in their father's footballing footsteps, and there's been some excellent examples of this over the years.

Friday, 14th June 2019, 12:18 pm
Updated Sunday, 16th June 2019, 08:18 am
Father and son

Here's some of football's finest father-son combinations, who've both managed to live the dream and flourish on the field...

Pierre Aubameyang - 80 international caps for Gabon 1985-1998 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - DFB Pokal winner 2016/17 (Borussia Dortmund)
Kevin Campbell - 46 goals in 228 games for Arsenal Tyrese Campbell - Currently on the books at Stoke City
Steve Bruce - Three Premier League titles (Manchester United) Alex Bruce - Two time Championship play-off winner
Paul Ince - Two Premier League titles (Manchester United) Tom Ince - Football League Young Player of the Year 2012/13
Arnor Gudjohnsen - 73 caps for Iceland Eidur Gudjohnsen - Three League titles across two countries
Harry Redknapp - Over 100 appearances for West Ham United Jamie Redknapp - 17 England caps
Patrick Kluivert - Three League titles across two countries Justin Kluivert - Currently starring in Serie A for Roma
Peter Schmeichel - Five Premier League titles (Manchester United) Kasper Schmeichel - Premier League winner 2015/16
Zinedine Zidane - World Cup winner, multiple domestic and European titles Luca Zidane - Current third choice goalkeeper at Real Madrid
Archie Gemmill - Three First Division titles (Derby County x2 & Nottingham Forest x1) Scott Gemmill - First Division winner 1997/98 (Nottingham Forest)
Rob Lee - First Division winner 1992/93 (Newcastle United) Elliot Lee - League One title 2018/19 (Luton Town) Olly Lee - Stars for Heart of Midlothian
Ian Wright - Premier League winner 1997/98 (Arsenal) Shaun Wright-Phillips - Premier League winner 2005/06 (Chelsea) Bradley Wright-Phillips - League One winner 2011/12 (Charlton)
Frank Lampard sr. - Over 550 apperances for West Ham United Frank Lampard jr. - Three Premier League titles (Chelsea)