George Cecil Coldwell (born January 12, 1929 in Dungworth, near Sheffield, England, died November 9, 2008) was a professional footballer who played for Sheffield United from 1951 to 1966. He played in the position of right-back.
Coldwell signed for Sheffield United in 1951 from local side Norton Woodseats FC for a fee of £10.00, and although a late developer, played in over 600 matches for the Blades including 410 league games which included two rare goals! The captain of possibly the greatest Sheffield United team ever - the 1961 promotion team - he retired as a player in 1966. He joined the coaching staff at Bramall Lane, and was instrumental with the manager, John Harris, in their successful promotion in 1971 coaching world-class players, including Tony Currie and Alan Woodward.