John Forsyth 'Jackie' Crawford (26 September 1896 – 27 September 1975) was an English footballer who played as a winger.
Born in Jarrow, Crawford started his first-class career with Hull City, before signing for Chelsea for £3000 in 1923. He made quickly became a regular in the side for the next five years, and after several near-misses, eventually helped them gain promotion back to the First Division in 1929-30. Thereafter the ageing Crawford was overshadowed by new star signings like Hughie Gallacher and Alex Jackson, and joined Queens Park Rangers in 1934. He made 308 appearances for Chelsea, scoring 27 goals. He was also capped once for England, a 2-0 loss to Scotland at Hampden Park in 1931.