|Home field||Olympic Stadium|
|Team colors||Black, Green, Tan, Orange, White|
The Thunder came into existence as an expansion team, after the London/England Monarchs franchise shut down operations, prior to the 1999 season. Home games from 1999-2002 were played at Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark and one game in 2006. Olympiastadion was the home stadium from 2003 to 2007. They were the second team in league history to use the Thunder name, following the Orlando Thunder from 1991-92.
Two Berlin quarterbacks, Rohan Davey (2004) and Dave Ragone (2005), were named NFL Europe Offensive Most Valuable Players. Linebacker Rich Scanlon (2005) was named NFL Europe Defensive MVP. In 2006, the Thunder had three players earn All-NFL Europe honors: guard Chad Beasley and safety Anthony Floyd earned all-league honors at their respective positions and German defensive end Christian Mohr was honored as the national player on the defensive all-league team.
On April 1, 2006, the Thunder recorded their very first tie in franchise history. Trailing the Hamburg Sea Devils 17-0 at halftime, the Thunder erased their deficit to tie it up, going into overtime in which neither team could come up with a point. This was only the second tie in the history of NFL Europe. The previous tie came in the 1992 season between the Rhein Fire and the London Monarchs, also 17-17.
|Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||Finish||Won||Lost||Win %||Result|
|2001||6||4||0||.600||2nd (League)||1||0||1.000||World Bowl IX champions|
|2002||6||4||0||.600||2nd (League)||1||0||1.000||World Bowl X champions|
|2004||9||1||0||.900||1st (League)||1||0||1.000||World Bowl XII champions|
|2005||7||3||0||.700||1st (League)||0||1||.000||Lost to Amsterdam Admirals in World Bowl XIII|
|GC||Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||GC||Won||Lost||Win %|
|2||Peter Vaas||2000-2003||40||19||21||0||.475||2||2||0||1.000||2 World Bowl championships (IX, X)|
NFL Europe Coach of the Year (2002)
|3||Rick Lantz||2004-2006||30||18||11||1||.617||2||1||1||.500||World Bowl XII championship|
NFL Europe Coach of the Year (2004)
Chris Barclay - RB (2007)
See also: Category:Berlin Thunder players