"I love football and it's difficult to talk about this but, right now the situation Brazil is going through, not just in Rio de Janeiro but also in Sao Paulo where a lot of things happen, I think this was not the right time for (Brazil to host) the World Cup."
Rio de Janeiro - 10 May 2014
6. Tilt up of street in Jacarezinho favela decorated with streamers in colours of Brazilian flag
7. Man standing in doorway of his house next to graffiti of Brazilian flag
8. Top shot of protesters staging the scene of a woman being treated in hospital, to protest against the money spent on World Cup and not on health or education
9. Tilt up of boy holding banner reading (English) "World Cup 2014. Who profits more: FIFA, Businessmen or Brazilian people."
Rio de Janeiro - 26 May 2014
10. Wide of streets and buildings without decorations
11. Brazilian flags on balcony
12. Wide of street without decorations
13. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Local resident, vox pop:
"I think it (the lack of enthusiasm) is due to the apprehension people have about the next government, people are afraid about what this (the World Cup) will provoke, it's as if, victory or not (of Brazilian team in World Cup), it will be reflected in the next elections."
Brasilia - 2 June 2014
14. Zoom in to FIFA President Sepp Blatter handing World Cup trophy to Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, who hands it to football star Cafu
"In the next six weeks we will continue working hard so that the FIFA 2014 World Cup can become the Cup of the Cups."
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16. Advertisement reading (Portuguese) "Will the World Cup be good for Brazil?"
17. Mid of woman on screen saying (Portuguese) "Yes, it will be. The (World) Cup does not solve all the challenges the country has, and was not organised to hide our problems."
Rio de Janeiro - 26 May 2014
18. Mid of Brazilian lawmaker and former football player Romario de Souza Faria talking to journalists
19. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Romario de Souza Faria, lawmaker and former football player:
"Any conscientious Brazilian understands that the (World) Cup was not a positive thing for Brazil, that is the "flag" of the conscientious Brazilian, but that does not mean that during the World Cup people won't support Brazil."
Rio de Janeiro - 15 May 2014
20. Various top shots of protesters carrying banners and shouting against FIFA
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21. Protester in batman costume holding up sign reading (English) " We want quality schools and hospitals. Fuck the World Cup."
Brazil has won the World Cup five times and its passion for football is well known, but days before the sport's most important tournament kicks off in the country, not everyone is as enthusiastic as would be expected.
Only a handful of streets are decorated, with streamers in the colours of the Brazilian flag and football decorations.
Even people who love the beautiful game are not convinced that the time is right for Brazil to host the World Cup.
"I love football and it's difficult to talk about this but, right now the situation Brazil is going through, not just in Rio de Janeiro but also in Sao Paulo where a lot of things happen, I think this was not the right time for (Brazil to host) the World Cup," said Rio graffiti artist Clevel Rodrigues.
Some also think the event will have an effect on the outcome of October's presidential election.
Fewer people have been joining demonstrations against the World Cup, but the protests have not stopped.
Last month a local non-governmental organisation, Rio de Paz, staged a demonstration in Jacarezinho favela in protest against corruption and the money the government and FIFA are spending on stadiums instead of investing in health and education.
The government, meanwhile, has been broadcasting television advertisements to extol the virtues of hosting the tournament and President Dilma Rousseff has said she wants the 2014 World Cup to be the "Cup of Cups'.
However, lawmaker and former football player Romario de Souza Faria, who won the World Cup four times playing for Brazil, has said that it is not a positive thing for Brazil.
The opening match will be held in Sao Paulo on June 12 between the host nation and Croatia.