Boyzlife’s Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden perform for fans at the World Cup in Qatar

Boyzlife will perform for World Cup fans in Qatar this weekend as the tournament draws to a close.

rian McFadden (42) and Keith Duffy (48) first rose to fame as members of Westlife and Boyzone, respectively.

Six years ago the duo joined forces and called themselves Boyzlife – where they take to the stage and perform a selection of their nostalgic hits combined, such as Flying Without Wings and You Needed Me.

The couple will take to the stage on Sunday to perform live ahead of the World Cup final on December 18.

British singer Chesney Hawkes and rock band Toploader will also perform for fans on Sunday.

Fifa falsely claimed Boyzlife for Britain, saying: “Three British sensations come together on one stage – that only happens at the FIFA Fan Festival.”

The tournament was criticized after the sale of alcohol to fans in Qatar’s World Cup stadiums was banned just two days before it started. Consumption of alcohol in public places is illegal in the country.

No one attending matches could consume alcohol within the stadium area, with the exception of company spectators.

Budweiser, a sponsor of FIFA, still sells alcoholic beer at the main FIFA Fan Fest in central Doha. Alcohol can also be sold in some other fan zones while others are non-alcoholic.

Fifa was also criticized during the tournament for its handling of World Cup teams that showed their support for the LGBTQ+ community.

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Seven European nations, including England and Wales, abandoned plans to wear the anti-discrimination symbol after Fifa threatened sporting sanctions.

Fans have reported that rainbow items, including t-shirts and Wales bucket hats, were confiscated by officials in Qatar during the tournament.

Many players, officials and fans wanted to make a gesture of solidarity towards the LGBTQ+ community about Qatar’s laws and culture regarding homosexuality.

Four days into the tournament, however, Fifa reportedly told World Cup governing bodies that the rainbow flag was “welcome” in stadiums. Boyzlife’s Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden perform for fans at the World Cup in Qatar

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