José Jr. is the son of famed Portuguese soccer coach, José Mourinho. Mourinho Sr. is one of the best-renowned managers and coaches in soccer history, having won multiple awards and broken records. Named in 2015 as Portuguese Coach of the Century, Mourinho has spent the past 20 years leading teams to new heights.
José Jr. is a promising coach himself and has gotten praise from his father, who surely knows what he’s talking about.
Molly Neville is the daughter of British former soccer player, coach, and pundit, Gary Neville and his wife, Emma Hadfield. Neville spent his entire career with Manchester United and was the club's second-longest-serving player. He served as captain of Manchester United for five years.
Since retiring from playing in 2011, Neville has stayed in the public eye as a sports broadcaster with Sky Sports and broke into the political sphere with the British Labor Party.
Gemma Rose Owen
Gemma Rose is the eldest child of British soccer striker Michael Owen and his wife, childhood sweetheart, Louise Bonsall. Owen was the youngest player to score 100 goals in the Premier League and is considered one of the best Liverpool players in the club's history.
Gemma Rose is an athlete in her own right with an impressive dressage career. Her love of horses is shared with her father, who took up horse breeding after his retirement in 2013. She also rose to fame by featuring in the hit reality show "Love Island" in 2022.
Matilde Mourinho is the only daughter of Portuguese managing icon José Mourinho and his wife, Matilde Faria. While her father is known the world over for his incredible success as a manager, Matilde isn't so sporty.
Matilde runs her own sustainable jewelry line, which has attracted A-list customers like Kate Hudson and Stormzy. Matilde would often be seen in the stands supporting her dad, and now José is his daughter's number 1 fan.
Noah and Luan Klose
Noah and Luan are the twin sons of German soccer manager and ex-player, Miroslav Klose. Klose is a decorated striker, having scored the most FIFA World Cup goals ever. Klose retired from playing soccer in 2016 and, since then, has managed and coached a number of German soccer clubs.
Klose's boys have accompanied him to multiple matches throughout their life, always cheering their dad on.