He said Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, and Cruz, seven, were all 'very confident' but that people had expectations of them because of their father's achievements on the football field.
In an exclusive interview with Esquire magazine, Brand Becks said: "There are expectations on the football side for the kids. It's hard for them obviously.
"There's a lot of pressure on them. They go for try-outs and people automatically think David Beckham's son is going to bend the ball in the top corner at the age of six."
However, he has no fears about the pressure getting to his lads.
"They're very confident kids," he said. "They take it in their stride."
"You have to find time to spend with each other," he said.
"As much as we work hard and we love to spend time with our kids and that's our main priority, we make sure we go out for dinner once a week."
Despite his wealth and fame Becks insists he is determined to stay grounded for the sake of his children."What you see, that's me. And that won't change. I might not walk around in just my underwear every day but that s the only thing. I don't try to hide anything. There's nothing to hide," he said.