|Date of birth||September 16, 1987|
|Place of birth||Sibiu, Romania|
|SV Waldhof Mannheim|
|2008–2009||1860 Munich II||26||(0)|
|2010–2011||VfB Stuttgart II||2||(0)|
|2011–2012||Fortuna Düsseldorf II||22||(0)|
|2014–||SV Waldhof Mannheim||13||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 April 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
Krauss played in the youth for the TSV Eltingen and SV Böblingen , and graduated in 2005 the SSV Reutlingen 05 at. In the 2005/06 season Krauss increased with the A-Youth Reutlingen in the U-19 Bundesliga on. After the 2007-08 season in the Regionalliga Süd had completed 17 games for the first team of SSV, Krauss joined the then second division club TSV 1860 München . There he came for the second team on 26 Regional inserts. Krauss trained since the summer of 2009 as a guest player for the second team of VfB Stuttgart with and received on 29 January 2010 at VfB a contract until the end of June 2011th
Krauss was on 30 April 2010 at the 37th matchday of the 2009/10 season for VfB II in the third Professional league against SpVgg Unterhaching his professional debut.
For the 2011/12 season Krauss joined to the second division Fortuna Dusseldorf. He completed 22 times this season for the second team in Düsseldorf in the West Regional and rose without a separate application for the first team with the Fortuna in the Bundesliga on.
After a year in Dusseldorf Krauss closed for subsequent season the Stuttgarter Kickers on.  For the 2014/15 season Krauss moved to the third division SV Waldhof Mannheim.
- Markus Krauss unterschreibt Vertrag bei Fortuna Düsseldorf auf fortuna-duesseldorf.de, 11. Juli 2011
- Drei Neuzugänge verstärken Kocak-Team auf svw07.de, 29. August 2014
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