|Team colors||Red, Black, White, Silver|
The Cologne Centurions were an American football team that played in NFL Europe. The Centurions began competing in the league in the 2004 season, having replaced the defunct Barcelona Dragons. They played their home games at RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.
The Centurions' first-ever game was against local rival Rhein Fire. Cologne lost 25-26. The Centurions' inaugural season finished with a 4-6 record.
On 21 February 2006, the Centurions named David Duggan as their new head coach. He replaced Darryl Sims, who was on the verge of his first season in the position but instead was pursuing an opportunity in the NFL. Peter Vaas, a two-time World Bowl-winning coach with the Berlin Thunder, had occupied the job in the team's first two seasons. The Centurions were the only NFL Europe team that never won a World Bowl.
|Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||Finish||Won||Lost||Win %||Result|
|GC||Won||Lost||Ties||Win %||GC||Won||Lost||Win %|
|1 ||Peter Vaas||2004–2005||20||10||10||0||.500||–||–||–||—||—|
|2 ||David Duggan||2006–2007||19||10||9||0||.526||–||–||–||—||—|
|3 ||John Lyons||2007||1||0||1||0||.000||–||–||–||—||—|
- NFL Europe League (3 November 2003). "Peter Vaas named head coach of Cologne franchise" (Press release). Retrieved 28 December 2011.
- NFL Europe League (21 February 2006). "Duggan Named Head Coach, Sims To Take Post" (Press release). Retrieved 28 December 2011.
- NFL Europe League (12 June 2007). "Duggan to give up coaching for remainder of season" (Press release). Retrieved 28 December 2011.