Stefan Feld (* 1970 in Karlsruhe) is a German game designer.
Feld was already enthusiastic about board games and pen & paper role-playing games in his childhood
and was already developing his own games at that time. In 1998 he took part in a competition
run by WDR and Friedhelm-Merz-Verlag, which was about designing a game on the subject of “radio”, and
came second in the field. He then began to regularly attend game fairs and author meetings. It was
there that he first came into contact with editors from game publishers, including alea and Queen Games.
The author's first game was published in 2005 with the card game Revolte in Rome (Queen Games).
In the same year the game was nominated for the International Gamers Award, the following year it was on the
recommendation list for Game of the Year. Since then, Feld has developed more games. In 2011 three
of the ten games awarded or nominated for the German Games Prize were by him.
Feld lives in Gengenbach and has been teaching sport and physics at the Marta-Schanzenbach-Gymnasium there since 1999