Fergie's Fledglings met up at the Artisan Bar & Restaurant in Manchester on Monday, as they turn over a new chapter in their careers.
Beckham is now retired while Giggs was last week named player-coach under new United coach David Moyes, who is joined at Old Trafford by his old Everton captain Phil Neville.
United legends reunited
Butt has also joined United's coaching staff as the club fulfils Ferguson's plans for a Bayern Munich model, while Scholes has declined a coaching role for now in order to spend time with his family. Gary Neville will begin his third full season as a Sky Sports pundit, where he will be joined by Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher.
Fergie's Fledglings, now all in their late 30s
Beckham, Butt, Giggs and Neville all played in the 1992 FA Youth Cup final, when United defeated Crystal Palace 6-3 on aggregate.
Scholes missed the game through injury but featured in the following year's final - a 1-4 aggregate loss to Leeds.
Beckham and Scholes were United and England teammates
Phil Neville, who also started against Leeds at the age of 16, skippered United to their 1995 Youth Cup win versus Tottenham Hotspur.
The six youth teamers have featured in 3,428 games for United, with Giggs still going strong at 39 years of age.