3. 00:13 Wide of man pushing a one of the electric plates who provides energy
4. 00:18 Wide of kids playing at pitch at Morro da Mineira
5. 00:23 SOUNDBITE (English) Pele (Q: Why do you think the game in Brazil needs to change?)
"I think not because Brazil lost 7-1 (to Germany) or because they lost 3-1 (to the Netherlands) but I think the opportunity for the World Cup is four years from now. Everything can change. I think even if Brazil were the Champions of the World, for the next World Cup there will be changes because of the players. Some players already are at the end of their careers but there is no doubt that now we will quickly make the changes because Brazil doesn't have a problem with players. The difficulty is the organisation to get together for training."
6. 01:07 Travelling pan of kids playing at Morro da Mineira pitch
7. 01:12 SOUNDBITE (English) Pele (Q: How do you think Rio de Janeiro will fare as the host city for the 2016 Olympics?)
"We're going to do our best to organise a nice Olympics. The World Cup was good but that's a little bit different. But I think there is no doubt that we're going to have in Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil a very nice organisation for the Olympics."
8. 01:36 Pan of News Conference
9. 01:46 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Pele
"There's no need to explain that what happened was a disaster. We had expectations of a different result. But this is something of football. We always have big surprises in football and, unfortunately, it was a negative surprise for us."
10. 02:10 Mid of kids holding themselves to watch glimpse of news conference with Pele
11. 02:14 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Pele
"Dunga was already the head coach of Brazil. He is a trustworthy person. I know him personally, know how serious he is. But it won't be hard to have the national team rebuilt. The only thing we need is a more serious work."
12. 02:42 Mid of News Conference
13. 02:47 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Pele
"To have a good national team, it's not just the number 10. I think we need a team. Neymar, alone, will not win a World Cup. Neymar is a very good player, raised at our Santos FC, but he, himself, will not win a World Cup by himself. We need several numbers 10 to win a World Cup."
14. 03:12 Wide of News Conference
15. 03:16 Various of Pele getting emotional during news conference
16. 03:29 Mid of Morro da Mineira residents at the pitch stands
17. 03:34 Mid of Pele greeting Morro da Mineira residents
18. 03:38 Close of Pele greeting Morro da Mineira residents
19. 03:43 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Pele
"I am someone who can talk about these hot issues of a president staying too much time in power. Since I have been working with FIFA, first as a player and then part of their commission, we have been lucky, because I have never had a problem with him. President (Sepp) Blatter had been given some interviews saying that he was not going to continue, that he was going to quit. But it does not happen. I have nothing against it.
20. 04:20 Detail of light being powered by activity on the pitch
21. 04:24 Wide of Pele ending countdown to turn the lights of Morro da Mineira pitch
Pele says that he has "nothing against" Sepp Blatter's new re-election bid.
Once a violent site of Rio de Janeiro, the favela of Morro da Mineira has been pacified by Police forces over the last years.
This Wednesday (September 10th), the shanty town saw another step on the peacekeeping in the region with the re-inauguration of their local pitch.
Completely refurbished, the place became a scientific experiment organised by Rio de Janeiro State Government and private sponsors.
The court had installed an innovative combination of kinetic tile technology and solar panels that will power floodlights above the pitch in the evening hours.
The ambassador of the project is Brazilian football legend Pele, who paid a visit to the pitch.
But he also talked about football.
"O Rei" told SNTV that Brazil's 7-1 loss to Germany at the last World Cup semifinal was "a disaster", "a big surprise in football. A negative one" for his countrymen.
However, he believes that his nation will come stronger over the next four years after being rebuilt to try to win in Russia.
He approved Brazil's FA choice of having Dunga returning to the position of national head coach.
He says that he knows him personally and that he will have success "if he applies serious work".
Pele disagreed with the idea that all hopes should be put into Barcelona's star Neymar.
The 3-time World Cup winner told that Neymar "will not win a World Cup alone. Brazil needs several numbers 10" to play with him.
Pele also shared his views on Sepp Blatter's decision to run for a fifth, four year term as FIFA President.
Despite ongoing corruption scandals engulfing FIFA and opposition within UEFA, Blatter appears to have retained the support of most national federations.
Pele says that he "has nothing against" the swiss decision, even though he recognised Blatter have said before that he would not run for it.
The Pitch at Morro da Mineira uses 200 high-tech, underground tiles that capture kinetic energy created by the movement of the players.
This energy is then stored and combined with the power generated by solar panels next to the pitch to convert into renewable electricity for the new floodlights.
The project idea came from a British company called Pavegen. Its founder, Lawrence Kemball-Cook, said that his initial idea came from watching people at rail platforms, on how people walking could provide power to a station.
Changing to football, he says that he plans to see, in a near future, his technology at World Cup stadiums.