Folmar of Karden (also called Vollmar of Karden; c. 1135 - 1189) was the Archbishop of Trier from 1183 until 1189.

Folmar was an archdeacon of the cathedral of Trier before being appointed by Pope Lucius III the Archbishop of Trier in 1183, which led to much opposition from the Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa. Folmar was a supporter of the Pope in the Investiture Controversy.

Preceded by:

Folmar of Karden

Succeeded by:

Arnold I of Valencourt Archbishop of Trier
1183 - 1189
John I