Amsterdam Admirals (4-6)
Head Coach: Al Luginbill
Passing Leader: Ron Powlus (1784)
Rushing Leader: Juan Johnson (230)
Receiving Leader: L.C. Stevens (48-619)
Average Attendance: 10,997 (3rd)
Frankfurt Galaxy (4-6)
Head Coach: Dick Curl
Passing Leader: Pat Barnes (1954)
Rushing Leader: Michael Blair (329)
Receiving Leader: Mario Bailey (53-873)
Average Attendance: 33,892 (2nd)
Rhein Fire (7-3)
Head Coach: Galen Hall
Passing Leader: Danny Wuerffel (2042)
Rushing Leader: Pepe Pearson (486)
Receiving Leader: Jeff Ogden (44-635)
Average Attendance: 34,628 (1st)
Scottish Claymores (6-4)
Head Coach: Jim Criner
Passing Leader: Kevin Daft (1231)
Rushing Leader: Aaron Stecker (774)
Receiving Leader: Aaron Stecker (36-276)
Average Attendance: 9,158 (5th)
Barcelona Dragons (5-5)
Head Coach: Jack Bicknell
Passing Leader: Tony Graziani (1377)
Rushing Leader: Terry Battle (444)
Receiving Leader: Jermaine Copeland (74-821)
Average Attendance: 10,450 (4th)
Berlin Thunder (4-6)
Head Coach: Peter Vaas
Passing Leader: Scott Milanovich (1651)
Rushing Leader: Brian Shay (460)
Receiving Leader: Damon Dunn (41-794)
Average Attendance: 8,963 (6th)
Saturday May 13
RHEIN 22, Scotland 10 (30537) - The heroes were QB Danny Wuurffel, who tossed three touchdown passes, and WR Kevin Drake, who made the Claymores pay for dumping him before the new season by scoring twice. 
Barcelona 42, FRANKFURT 26 (32888) - Barcelona RB Terry Battle rushed for three second half TDs as the vengeful World Bowl '99 finalists rooted the reigning champion Galaxy to the basement of the league.
AMSTERDAM 24, Berlin 21 (OT) (10320) - In overtime, Thunder K Jaret Holmes was true from 49 yards, but Amsterdam quarterback Ron Powlus hit L.C. Stevens from 34 yards out in reply to grab a dramatic victory.
Rhein             4  1 0  .800 122  84 Barcelona         2  3 0  .400 104 124
Amsterdam         3  2 0  .600  96 113 Berlin            2  3 0  .400  82 139
Scotland          3  2 0  .600 117  71 Frankfurt         1  4 0  .200 116 120
WORLD BOWL 2000 (Sunday June 25, 2000 at Frankfurt - 35,860)
RHEIN FIRE (7-3) 13, SCOTTISH CLAYMORES (6-4) 10 - Rhein was celebrating another World Bowl success after sneaking past the Claymores on the back of Pepe Pearson's 1-yard run with just 1:12 remaining. The Fire won the game with tough defense and some hard fourth quarter running from Pearson, who gained 48 yards on six carries on the game-winning drive. Despite being held to 90 yards passing and being intercepted twice, Fire quarterback Danny Wuerffel admitted to being thrilled at winning a World Bowl ring.
Saturday April 15
RHEIN 28, Barcelona 17 (28924) - Danny Wuerffel and WR Kevin Drake teamed up for a trio of TDs as the Fire staged a second-half rally. The former Heisman Trophy winner threw for 204 yards and three TDs.
Frankfurt 32, BERLIN 7 (10785) - The Galaxy's march to victory in Berlin's Jahnstadion was held up for 90 minutes when lightning forced the players from the field with 6:02 to go in the 2nd quarter and Frankfurt leading 17-0.
Sunday April 16                  
SCOTLAND 28, Amsterdam 9 (8726) - Tennessee Titans-allocated QB Kevin Daft threw for four TDs and the home defense dominated as the Claymores overturned an early six-point deficit to triumph.
Frankfurt         1  0 0 1.000  32   7 Amsterdam         0  1 0  .000   9  28
Rhein             1  0 0 1.000  28  17 Barcelona         0  1 0  .000  17  28
Scotland          1  0 0 1.000  28   9 Berlin            0  1 0  .000   7  32
Saturday April 22
Scotland 17, FRANKFURT 14 (32459) - K Rob Hart made 42-yard field goal with the final play of the third quarter as the Claymores continued their winning start in a game where both offenses struggled to move the ball.
AMSTERDAM 23, Rhein 20 (OT) (12708) - Jim Kubiak threw a 17-yard TD pass to WR Jason Shelly with 1:47 remaining in overtime. The Fire had taken the lead on a 35-yard field goal by Indianapolis Colts kicker Danny Kight.
Sunday April 23                  
Berlin 28, BARCELONA 21 (7500) - Erick Kresser passed for 291 yards and four TDs as the Thunder gave head coach Peter Vaas his first win in the stadium where he spent two years as a Dragons offensive coach.
Scotland          2  0 0 1.000  45  23 Frankfurt         1  1 0  .500  46  24
Amsterdam         1  1 0  .500  32  48 Rhein             1  1 0  .500  48  40
Berlin            1  1 0  .500  35  53 Barcelona         0  2 0  .000  28  60
Saturday April 29
RHEIN 34, Frankfurt 27 (43129) - Ralf Kleinmann's potential game-winning FG for Frankfurt was blocked by Deshone Mallard and Chris Akins and Matthew Hickl raced 79 yards with the loose ball to score the winning TD.
BERLIN 23, Scotland 20 (7900) - Berlin stormed from fifth place to the top of the standings, as Thunder K Jaret Holmes nailed a 50-yard field goal, worth four points in the NFL Europe League, to start the scoring.
Sunday April 30                  
Barcelona 27, AMSTERDAM 20 (9042) - The home team made a brave effort to recover from a 27-6 deficit, but the misery of defeat was made worse by losing QB Jim Kubiak for the season when he broke his left hand.
Berlin            2  1 0  .667  58  73 Amsterdam         1  2 0  .333  52  75
Rhein             2  1 0  .667  82  67 Barcelona         1  2 0  .333  55  80
Scotland          2  1 0  .667  65  46 Frankfurt         1  2 0  .333  73  58
Saturday May 6
Rhein 18, BARCELONA 7 (21200) - Jeff Ogden, allocated by the Cowboys, caught a pair of TD passes to send the Fire into an 18-0 lead on their way to a victory that took their record to a league-best 3-1. 
Amsterdam 20, FRANKFURT 17 (31112) - Admirals K Jose Cortez booted a 48-yard FG as time expired to complete a remarkable comeback victory in Amsterdam's first-ever win in the Waldstadion. 
Sunday May 7                     
SCOTLAND 42, Berlin 3 (8912) - The Claymores converted four interceptions into TDs, as RB Aaron Stecker tied a league record by rushing for three TDs and quarterback Kevin Daft threw for three scores.
Rhein             3  1 0  .750 100  74 Berlin            2  2 0  .500  61 115
Scotland          3  1 0  .750 107  49 Barcelona         1  3 0  .250  62  98
Amsterdam         2  2 0  .500  72  92 Frankfurt         1  3 0  .250  90  78
Saturday May 20
BARCELONA 22, Amsterdam 16 (8100) - Cory Sauter threw one TD pass and Terry Battle ran for another as the Dragons opened up a 19-0 lead but then had to withstand a 16-point fourth quarter from the Admirals.
Sunday May 21
BERLIN 25, Rhein 21 (OT) (10273) - Jaret Holmes kicked a 52-yard FG late in OT to give the Thunder the win. The four-pointer came after Fire QB Danny Wuerffel sent the game into OT with a 3-yard TD run with 10 seconds to go.
Frankfurt 31, SCOTLAND 30 (OT) (9127) - Galaxy QB Pat Barnes hit Mario Bailey with a TD to take a the lead. Claymores QB Kevin Daft found Donald Sellers for a TD, but the Claymores went for a 2-point conversion and failed.
Rhein             4  2 0  .667 143 109 Amsterdam         3  3 0  .500 112 135
Barcelona         3  3 0  .500 126 140 Scotland          3  3 0  .500 147 102
Berlin            3  3 0  .500 107 160 Frankfurt         2  4 0  .333 147 150
Saturday May 27
RHEIN 28, Berlin 27 (33437) - Danny Wuerffel led the Fire back from 20-0 down as he distributed four second-half TD passes, including the game-winner to Alonzo Johnson with little more than a minute to go.
Sunday May 21
SCOTLAND 28, Barcelona 0 (8827) - Marcus Crandell threw three TD passes and the Claymores defense had a club record nine sacks. It was the first shut out for the Claymores since their World Bowl year of 1996 
AMSTERDAM 41, Frankfurt 7 (12048) - Admirals QB Ron Powlus completed 20 of 37 attempts for 369 yards and 3 TDs, while the defense recorded 11 sacks, tying the second-best performance in league history.
Rhein             5  2 0  .714 171 136 Barcelona         3  4 0  .429 126 168
Amsterdam         4  3 0  .571 153 142 Berlin            3  4 0  .429 134 188
Scotland          4  3 0  .571 175 102 Frankfurt         2  5 0  .286 154 191
Saturday June 3
Scotland 42, AMSTERDAM 10 (10867) - The Claymores tied a league record with 35 first-half points. They went to the locker room 35-3 ahead after turning two Admirals turnovers into first-half TDs and running back a kickoff for a TD.
Barcelona 22, BERLIN 9 (7932) - WR Jermaine Copeland made amends for twice fumbling away possession and handing points to Berlin by making 11 catches for 112 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Sunday June 4
Rhein 53, FRANKFURT 14 (41351) - QB Danny Wuerffel threw four TD passes and Matt Lytle added another two as the Fire ran up the third-highest score in league history to overpower their national rivals.
Rhein             6  2 0  .750 224 150 Barcelona         4  4 0  .500 148 177
Scotland          5  3 0  .625 217 112 Berlin            3  5 0  .375 143 210
Amsterdam         4  4 0  .500 163 184 Frankfurt         2  6 0  .250 168 244
Saturday June 10
BERLIN 28, Amsterdam 15 (8014) - Scott Milanovich threw three TD passes and ran for another as the Thunder knocked the Admirals out of the World Bowl race and helped the Rhein Fire qualify for the championship game.
SCOTLAND 31, Rhein 24 (10196) - Scotland qualified for the World Bowl when Aaron Stecker scored from three yards out with 19 seconds to go. Danny Wuerfell threw for one TD and ran for one for the Fire.
Sunday June 11
Frankfurt 14, BARCELONA 8 (9300) - A defensive game that featured a  record-equalling eight turnovers also saw Barcelona WR Jeremaine Copeland caught a league single-game record 19 passes.
X-Rhein           6  3 0  .667 248 181 Barcelona         4  5 0  .444 156 191
X-Scotland        6  3 0  .667 248 136 Berlin            4  5 0  .444 171 225
Amsterdam         4  5 0  .444 178 212 Frankfurt         3  6 0  .333 182 252
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
Saturday June 17
FRANKFURT 24, Berlin 17 (31648) - Pat Barnes became the all-time leader in TD passes and led Frankfurt to the win as he threw TD passes to Mario Bailey and RB Michael Blair as Frankfurt opened up a 24-3 halftime lead.
BARCELONA 28, Scotland 25 (8200) - Dragons WR Jeremaine Copeland set a new league record for receptions in a single season when his 72nd catch of the year made history and inspired a home victory.
Sunday June 11
RHEIN 31, Amsterdam 28 (37113) - Danny Wuerffel set a new single season record for TD passes with 25 as the Fire had to withstand a 28-point fourth from Amsterdam before recovering an onside kick with 5 seconds to go.
X-Rhein           7  3 0  .700 279 209 Amsterdam         4  6 0  .400 206 243
X-Scotland        6  4 0  .600 273 165 Frankfurt         4  6 0  .400 206 269
Barcelona         5  5 0  .500 194 212 Berlin            4  6 0  .400 189 249
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth