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2000 Rhein Fire season

2000 Rhein Fire season
Head coach Galen Hall
General manager Alexander Leibkind
Home field Rheinstadion
Results
Record 7–3
Division place 1st
Playoff finish World Bowl 2000 champion
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
1999      2001

The 2000 Rhein Fire season was the sixth season for the franchise in the NFL Europe League (NFLEL). The team was led by head coach Galen Hall in his sixth year, and played its home games at Rheinstadion in Düsseldorf, Germany. They finished the regular season in first place with a record of seven wins and three losses, qualifying for the league final for the third time in four years. Rhein won the second championship in team history by defeating the Scottish Claymores 13–10 in World Bowl 2000.

Offseason

Free agent draft

2000 Rhein Fire NFLEL free agent draft selections
Draft order Player name Position College
Round Choice
1 4 Rome Douglas T Southern California
2 10 Michael Early C Norfolk State
3 15 Terrance Joseph S Tulsa
4 22 Everett Burnett WR Kansas State
5 27 Pepe Pearson RB Ohio State
6 34 Daniel Jones WR Utah
7 39 Stephen Fisher CB North Carolina
8 46 Dan Collins G Boston College
9 51 Derrick Steagall WR Georgia Tech
10 58 Thomas Guynes T Michigan
11 63 Dusty Renfro LB Texas
12 70 Kevin Cooper WR Mississippi State
13 75 William Carr DT Michigan
14 82 Tim Martin DE Tulsa
15 87 Matthew Hickl S Texas A&M-Kingville
16 94 Mark Smith LB Arkansas
17 99 Scott Whittaker T Kansas
18 106 Nakia Reddick S Central Florida
19 111 Kevin Drake WR Alabama-Birmingham
20 118 James Clyburn DT North Carolina A&T

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Personnel

Staff

Roster

Schedule

Week Date Kickoff [n 1] Opponent Results Game site Attendance
Final score Team record
1 Saturday, April 15 7:00 p.m. Barcelona Dragons W 28–17 1–0 Rheinstadion 28,924
2 Saturday, April 22 7:00 p.m. at Amsterdam Admirals L 20–23 OT 1–1 Amsterdam ArenA 13,285
3 Saturday, April 29 7:00 p.m. Frankfurt Galaxy W 34–27 2–1 Rheinstadion 43,129
4 Saturday, May 6 7:00 p.m. at Barcelona Dragons W 18–7 3–1 Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc 21,200
5 Saturday, May 13 7:00 p.m. Scottish Claymores W 22–10 4–1 Rheinstadion 30,537
6 Sunday, May 21 3:00 p.m. at Berlin Thunder L 21–25 OT 4–2 Jahn-Sportpark 10,273
7 Saturday, May 27 7:00 p.m. Berlin Thunder W 28–27 5–2 Rheinstadion 33,437
8 Sunday, June 4 7:00 p.m. at Frankfurt Galaxy W 53–14 6–2 Waldstadion 41,351
9 Saturday, June 10 3:00 p.m. at Scottish Claymores L 24–31 6–3 Hampden Park 10,196
10 Sunday, June 18 7:00 p.m. Amsterdam Admirals W 31–28 7–3 Rheinstadion 37,113
World Bowl 2000
11 Sunday, June 25 7:00 p.m. Scottish Claymores W 13–10 8–3 Waldstadion 35,860

Standings

NFL Europe League
Team W L T PCT PF PA Home Road STK
Rhein Fire 7 3 0 .700 279 209 5–0 2–3 W1
Scottish Claymores 6 4 0 .600 273 165 4–1 2–3 L1
Barcelona Dragons 5 5 0 .500 194 212 2–3 3–2 W1
Amsterdam Admirals 4 6 0 .400 206 243 3–2 1–4 L3
Frankfurt Galaxy 4 6 0 .400 206 269 1–4 3–2 W2
Berlin Thunder 4 6 0 .400 189 249 3–2 1–4 L1

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Game summaries

World Bowl 2000

Main article: World Bowl 2000
World Bowl 2000: Rhein Fire vs Scottish Claymores – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Rhein 3 3 0713
Scotland 7 3 0010

at Waldstadion, Frankfurt, Germany

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