Konami's announced that 20 Brazilian soccer teams have been added to the Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 lineup, marking the first time Brazilian clubs have been included in the series.

Here's the full list of Brazilian teams:

  • Flamengo
  • Corinthians 
  • São Paulo 
  • Santos 
  • Portuguesa
  • Internacional
  • Palmeiras
  • Fluminense
  • Ponte Preta
  • Coritiba 
  • Grêmio 
  • Vasco 
  • Atlético Mieiro 
  • Bahia 
  • Atlético Goianiense
  • Sport
  • Figueirense
  • Náutico
  • Botafogo
  • Cruzeiro 

They'll come with up-to-date rosters, their current kits, Brazilian stadiums, and "all of the hallmarks of each franchise," according to a press release sent out by Konami.

"The Latin American region, particularly Brazil, continues to grow tremendously for us, so it's important we bring teams and licenses from this region," said Erik Bladinieres, Director of Latin America for Konami. Bringing in these teams from Brazil, along with the Copa Libertadores license, makes PES 2013 the most authentic soccer experience available in the market."

What will the Brazilian teams add to the PES experience? The game drops Sept. 25—are you looking forward to it? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter.