Amsterdam Admirals (4-6)
Head Coach: Al Luginbill
Passing Leader: Dan Gonzalez (862)
Rushing Leader: David Thompson (503)
Receiving Leader: Shawn McWashington (39-426)
Average Attendance: 12,289 (4th)
Frankfurt Galaxy (6-4)
Head Coach: Dick Curl
Passing Leader: Pat Barnes (1468)
Rushing Leader: Jermaine Chaney (438)
Receiving Leader: Mario Bailey (63-850)
Average Attendance: 36,327 (1st)
Rhein Fire (6-4)
Head Coach: Galen Hall
Passing Leader: Jim Arrelanes (1325)
Rushing Leader: DKenny Bynum (960)
Receiving Leader: Dialleo Burks (32-656)
Average Attendance: 28,566 (2nd)
Scottish Claymores (4-6)
Head Coach: Jim Criner
Passing Leader: Dameyune Craig (2932)
Rushing Leader: Jesse Haynes (384)
Receiving Leader: Donald Sellers (58-931)
Average Attendance: 9,532 (5th)
Barcelona Dragons (7-3)
Head Coach: Jack Bicknell
Passing Leader: Todd Bouman (2296)
Rushing Leader: Lawrence Phillips (1021)
Receiving Leader: Brian Finneran (54-844)
Average Attendance: 12,797 (3rd)
Berlin Thunder (3-7)
Head Coach: Wes Chandler
Passing Leader: Andre Ware (715)
Rushing Leader: Eddie Watson (503)
Receiving Leader: Andre Rone (39-430)
Average Attendance: 9,458 (6th)
SATURDAY MAY 15
BERLIN 22, Amsterdam 19 (OT) (7342) - David Akers kicked a 34-yard FG 5:25 into overtime, giving the Thunder the first win in team history. Chuck Clements came off the bench to lead Berlin's comeback.
BARCELONA 21, Frankfurt 15 (OT) (14865) - Lawrence Phillips scored on a one-yard run in OT to give the Dragons and sole possession of first place. Barcelona overcame a 15-point third-quarter deficit.
RHEIN 37, Scotland 6 (22171) - Jim Arellanes passed for four TDs in his first start of the season as the Fire rolled. Arellanes easily outplayed Dameyune Craig, who entered as the league's top-rated quarterback. 
Barcelona         4  1 0  .800 112  72 Amsterdam         2  3 0  .400 121 116
Frankfurt         3  2 0  .600 104 100 Rhein             2  3 0  .400 104  79
Scotland          3  2 0  .600 141 134 Berlin            1  4 0  .200  89 179
WORLD BOWL 1999 (Sunday June 27, 1999 at Rhein - 39,643)
FRANKFURT GALAXY (6-4) 38, BARCELONA DRAGONS (7-3) 24 - The Galaxy made World Bowl history as they became the first team to win a second championship and game MVP WR Andy McCullough caught a record-equalling three TDs. The Dragons swept the regular season series against the Galaxy. A partisan Rheinstadion crowd saw the Dragons mount a brave comeback after losing the Offensive MVP RB Lawrence Phillips to injury, before Arizona Cardinals-allocated McCullough killed them off. It was McCullough who put the final nail in the coffin for Barcelona when he caught his third touchdown pass of the night, a 7 yarder from Pat Barnes. With only 3:08 left on the clock, it was all but over for the Dragons and the Galaxy faithful began a long night of celebration.
FRANCHISES MOVING IN 1999 : England Monarchs to Berlin Thunder

SATURDAY APRIL 17
FRANKFURT 21, Berlin 20 (30127) - Pat Barnes threw a 43-yard TD pass to Andy McCullough with 6:27 remaining to wreck the Thunder's hopes of a winning debut. Barnes threw for 129 yards and two TDs in two quarters.
BARCELONA 28, Amsterdam 16 (14624) - LB Mike Maslowski had three interceptions, returning one for a TD, and Lawrence Phillips ran for 162 yards and a score as the Dragons blew open the game with four 2nd half TDs.
SUNDAY APRIL 18
SCOTLAND 21, Rhein 20 (9086) - QB Dameyune Craig ran for an 11-yard TD with 1:21 remaining to tie the game, then Rob Hart kicked the extra point that proved the difference between the two teams. 
Barcelona         1  0 0 1.000  28  16 Amsterdam         0  1 0  .000  16  28
Frankfurt         1  0 0 1.000  21  20 Berlin            0  1 0  .000  20  21
Scotland          1  0 0 1.000  21  20 Rhein             0  1 0  .000  20  21
SATURDAY APRIL 24
AMSTERDAM 17, Frankfurt 13 (14568) - Rams-allocated RB David Thompson rushed for 61 yards and a key fourth-quarter TD as the Admirals rallied for the win.
Scotland 48, BERLIN 14 (9817) - Dameyune Craig threw four TD passes as the Claymores spoiled the Thunder's homecoming party. Craig completed 16-of-24 passes for 290 yards in Berlin's first home game in the league.
SUNDAY APRIL 25         
Barcelona 19, RHEIN 10 (25281) - Dragons RB Lawrence Phillips rushed for 114 yards and two TDs on 22 carries. He scored on runs of 4 and one yards as Barcelona built a 19-7 lead 51 seconds before halftime. 
Barcelona         2  0 0 1.000  47  26 Frankfurt         1  1 0  .500  34  37
Scotland          2  0 0 1.000  69  34 Berlin            0  2 0  .000  34  69
Amsterdam         1  1 0  .500  33  41 Rhein             0  2 0  .000  30  40
SATURDAY MAY 1
RHEIN 30, Amsterdam 20 (23883) - Fire RB Kenny Bynum ran for a league- record 214 yards on 25 carries and Derrick Clark became NFL Europe's all-time TD leader as his 19th career TD opened the scoring 5:17 into the game. 
BARCELONA 42, Berlin 10 (13652) - Barcelona QB Todd Bouman, allocated by the Vikings, threw for three TDs to three different receivers and rushed in twice himself to inspire a Dragons victory against the winless Thunder.
SUNDAY MAY 2
Frankfurt 42, SCOTLAND 35 (OT) (10169) - QB Pat Barnes ran two yards for the winning TD on the first possession of overtime. The Claymores drove to within striking distance of the end zone, but fumbled.
Barcelona         3  0 0 1.000  70  26 Amsterdam         1  2 0  .333  53  71
Frankfurt         2  1 0  .667  76  72 Rhein             1  2 0  .333  60  60
Scotland          2  1 0  .667 104  76 Berlin            0  3 0  .000  44 111
SATURDAY MAY 8
FRANKFURT 13, Rhein 7 (39485) - In a story of missed FGs, the Fire conceded the Deutschland Derby to their archrivals, who remain the only German team with a winning record.
AMSTERDAM 49, Berlin 23 (10210) - QB Mike Cawley threw four TD passes as the Admirals tied a league record with seven TDs against the Thunder. Cawley, allocated by the Bills, celebrated his first start of the season.
SUNDAY MAY 9
SCOTLAND 31, Barcelona 21 (8864) - The Dragons suffered their first defeat of the season and became the last team in the league to lose as the Claymores forced a three-way tie for first place.
Barcelona         3  1 0  .750  91  57 Amsterdam         2  2 0  .500 102  94
Frankfurt         3  1 0  .750  89  79 Rhein             1  3 0  .250  67  73
Scotland          3  1 0  .750 135  97 Berlin            0  4 0  .000  67 160
tied another mark with five TDs. His main target  was Donald Sellers, who had a league-record 265 receiving yards.
Rhein 36, AMSTERDAM 25 (14056) - The Fire completed a season sweep of the Admirals as Jim Arellanes tossed three TD passes.  Arellanes threw a  57-yard TD pass to Dialleo Burks less than two minues into the game.
SUNDAY MAY 23
BERLIN 27, Barcelona 20 (8667) - Justin Watson scored on a 6-yard run with 1:46 to play, giving the undermanned Thunder the upset, after losing several key players to injuries, including their top two QBs.
Barcelona         4  2 0  .667 132  99 Rhein             3  3 0  .500 140 104
Scotland          4  2 0  .667 183 169 Amsterdam         2  4 0  .333 146 152
Frankfurt         3  3 0  .500 139 142 Berlin            2  4 0  .333 116 199
SATURDAY MAY 29
Frankfurt 21, RHEIN 20 (40143) - Frankfurt K Ralf Kleinmann hit a 19-yard FG with 15 seconds to go for the win. Frankfurt overcame a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to put themselves squarely in the World Bowl race.
Barcelona 28, AMSTERDAM 19 (10252) - Brian Finneran caught two fourth-quarter TD passes as the Dragons edged ahead in the race to World Bowl '99. The Admirals have lost two in a row at home and three straight overall.
SUNDAY MAY 30
Berlin 28, SCOTLAND 10 (9128) - Chris Dittoe threw a pair of TD passes as the Thunder won their third straight with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman among those in attendance at Scotland's new national stadium.
Barcelona         5  2 0  .714 160 118 Berlin            3  4 0  .429 144 209
Frankfurt         4  3 0  .571 160 162 Rhein             3  4 0  .429 160 125
Scotland          4  3 0  .571 192 197 Amsterdam         2  5 0  .286 165 180
SATURDAY JUNE 5
FRANKFURT 21, Amsterdam 14 (35981) - The Galaxy took a big step towards a record fourth World Bowl berth in five years and eliminated the Admirals from the race to reach the championship game.
Rhein 29, BERLIN 0 (10683) - Fire K Manfred Burgsmüller set a new league record by kicking five FGs and the tough Fire defense recorded the first league shutout since in Week 9 of the 1997 season. 
SUNDAY JUNE 6            
BARCELONA 42, Scotland 35 (10687) - Lawrence Phillips ran for 188 yards and capped the greatest comeback in NFL Europe history with a 72-yard TD run with 1:50 left, as Barcelona trailed 28-3 in the first half before rallying.
Barcelona         6  2 0  .750 202 153 Scotland          4  4 0  .500 227 239
Frankfurt         5  3 0  .625 181 176 Berlin            3  5 0  .375 144 238
Rhein             4  4 0  .500 189 125 Amsterdam         2  6 0  .250 179 201
SATURDAY JUNE 12
Rhein 59, BARCELONA 14 (10155) - QB Jim Arellanes threw four TDs and ran for one score while RB Kenny Bynum ran for three TDs, as the Fire eclipsed the Orlando Thunder's 58-point mark set in 1991.
SUNDAY JUNE 13
Amsterdam 29, SCOTLAND 20 (10415) - QB Jim Kubiak shattered the Claymores' World Bowl hopes by passing for two TDs and running for another. Shane Doyle's interception in the final minute clinched the win.
Frankfurt 32, BERLIN 19 (10783) - The Galaxy scored three TDs in the fourth quarter to clinch a spot in World Bowl '99. Trailing 13-11 going into the final period, Frankfurt stormed back with its outburst in the final quarter.
X-Frankfurt       6  3 0  .667 213 195 Scotland          4  5 0  .444 247 268
Barcelona         6  3 0  .667 216 212 Amsterdam         3  6 0  .333 208 221
Rhein             5  4 0  .556 248 139 Berlin            3  6 0  .333 163 270
X-Clinched World Bowl berth
SATURDAY JUNE 19
RHEIN 38, Berlin 10 (31350) - Kenny Bynum ran for 135 yards and a pair of TDs as the defending champions kept alive their World Bowl aspirations. The Fire won their final three games to finish their season 6-4.
AMSTERDAM 30, Scotland 22 (12358) - Jim Kubiak threw three TD passes and James Kidd scored three times as the Admirals withstood a late rally to edge the Claymores.
SUNDAY JUNE 20
Barcelona 28, FRANKFURT 26 (42127) - The Dragons held off a second-half rally to book their place in the championship game. Galaxy K Ralf Kleinmann missed two two field goals inside the two-minute warning.
X-Barcelona       7  3 0  .700 263 246 Amsterdam         4  6 0  .400 236 243
X-Frankfurt       6  4 0  .600 239 223 Scotland          4  6 0  .400 270 298
Rhein             6  4 0  .600 286 149 Berlin            3  7 0  .300 173 308
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
SATURDAY MAY 22
Scotland 42, FRANKFURT 35 (33915) - Claymores QB Dameyune Craig threw for a record 611 yards and