And Justin, 17, is attempting to follow in his father's footsteps, coming off the bench in Ajax's 3-1 win at PEC Zwolle.
Justin replaced Amin Younes six minutes before half-time in Zwolle to eclipse his father, who made his Ajax debut at the age of 18 in 1994.
"I came in and played like it was normal. Before, I was a little bit nervous," he told Fox Sports.
"I'm enjoying my time and hope to create chances. I am very happy that my family was here to help me.
"My father sent me a message also. He said that this is a beautiful start of my career. And he hoped that I enjoyed it."
Former Netherlands assistant Patrick - who earned 79 caps for the national team - is now director of football at French champions Paris Saint-Germain.