|Based in||Düsseldorf, Germany|
|Home field||LTU arena|
|League||World League of American Football (NFL Europe)|
|Colors||Maroon, Black, Gold, White|
|World Bowls (2)|
The Rhein Fire was a professional football team in NFL Europe, formerly the World League of American Football. Established in Germany in 1995, the franchise resurrected the name of the former Birmingham Fire team which was active during the 1991–1992 WLAF seasons.
The team was based in Düsseldorf (and early on was occasionally referred to in the U.S. as the Düsseldorf Fire), playing its games in LTU arena since 2005 season. Prior to this the team played in Rheinstadion until 2002 and in Arena AufSchalke from 2003 to 2004 in nearby city Gelsenkirchen while LTU arena was being built. The team shared facilities with the football (soccer) club Fortuna Düsseldorf. The Fire also hosted the 2005 World Bowl, where the Amsterdam Admirals upset the then-defending champion Berlin Thunder.
The Fire had been one of NFL Europa's most successful teams as far as fan appeal and competitively on the field. The team itself has played for five World Bowl championships throughout its history, winning in 1998 (over the Frankfurt Galaxy) and 2000 (over the Scottish Claymores).
|Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||Finish||Won||Lost||Win %||Result|
|1997||WLAF||7||3||0||.700||1st (League)||0||1||.000||Lost to Barcelona Dragons in World Bowl '97|
|1998||NFLE||7||3||0||.700||2nd (League)||1||0||1.000||World Bowl '98 champions|
|2000||NFLE||7||3||0||.700||1st (League)||1||0||1.000||World Bowl 2000 champions|
|2002||NFLE||7||3||0||.700||1st (League)||0||1||.000||Lost to Berlin Thunder in World Bowl X|
|2003||NFLE||6||4||0||.600||2nd (League)||0||1||.000||Lost to Frankfurt Galaxy in World Bowl XI|
|GC||Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||GC||Won||Lost||Win %|
|1||Galen Hall||1995–2000||60||34||26||0||.567||3||2||1||.667||2 World Bowl championships (1998, 2000)|
World League Coach of the Year (1997)
NFL Europe Coach of the Year (2000)