[FM 20] South of Brazil as a *NEW NATION*

[FM 20] South of Brazil as a *NEW NATION* V.2

I saw a photo of Gramado in southern Brazil and I was fascinated by the similarities of this region with Germany because I thought it was cool how something so German could be found in a place that I never knew had German influence remotely.

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Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul
I am currently in the process of creating a new nation for the southern region of Brazil (Santa Catarina, Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul) and I would like to ask if anyone has ideas or suggestions to add to make it more realistic.

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  • New nation called "South Brazil"
  • All cities in Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina are now in South Brazil
  • All South Brazil teams now have South Brazil as their "Based Nation"
  • German, Italian, Hunsrik German, East Pomeranian German and Brazilian Venetian added to the national languages of South Brazil
  • Hunsrik - defined as the official language in the regions listed .
  1. Antonio Carlos
  2. Santa Maria do Herval
  3. São João do Oeste
  • Players born in the south of Brazil have changed their nationality to "south-brazilian", unless they already have an international cap from another country
  • Diaspora players who have German and Italian surnames now have a second nationality corresponding to their surname
  • German and Austrian players treated as non-foreigners in southern Brazil
  • South Brazilians treated as EU in Germany and Austria

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if you find any errors whilst using this database please just report it to me and I will try to fix it.

Some information about this region courtesy of @Wallinson Ramos on Sortitoutsi

"For non-brazilians, here are a little trivia about the european inspired cities in southern Brazil:

Oktoberfest in Blumenau, Santa Catarina


Dutch mill in Castrolanda, Paraná


Ukrainian Memorial in Curitiba, Paraná


  • Some brazilian clubs has european roots (Portuguese: Vasco da Gama, Portuguesa); (Italian: Palmeiras, Cruzeiro); (German: Grêmio FBPA, Coritiba)
  • Thiago Cionek, from the Poland National Team, born in Curitiba.
  • GK Alisson Becker has german descent
  • Notable brazilian people from german descent: Dunga, Gisele Bündchen, Gustavo Küerten
  • Notable braziian people from italian descent: Rodrigo Santoro, Luiz Felipe Scolari, Felipe Massa, Alessandra Ambrósio."
In the future I intend to make a league for the south of Brazil, but I am not sure about the correct structure to be used, so for now I will only publish the download for just the nation of South of Brazil

I used reserve teams to fill the leagues and test it .
I'm not sure if it would be a good idea to remove the big teams from the Brazilian championship, like Grêmio or Internacional.

My idea for structuring the South-Brazilian leagues is to populate them with teams from the lower leagues (below Serie D) and reserves from larger teams like Grêmio and Internacional.

I tried to create a league like this, but I kept getting errors when I removed too many teams from the Brazilian lower divisions.


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