What do you want to know about the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

The FIFA World Cup is finally upon us and kicks off on Nov. 20 in Qatar where about 1.2 million international visitors are expected to arrive.

Thirty-two nations have assembled their teams and 831 players are ready to play for fans worldwide.

The 32 teams will play 64 games in eight stadiums in and around the city of Doha,

which has been transformed since 2010 by massive construction projects to prepare for the World Cup.

But since its announcement, the event has been under scrutiny for the treatment of migrant workers and reports of human rights abuses.

Previous FIFA president Sepp Blatter noted growing calls by human rights groups and several FIFA member federations including the U.S. and England, 

to create a compensation fund for families of workers who died or were injured in preparation for the World Cup.