Davit Gvaramadze (born 8 November 1975 in Tbilisi) is a retired Georgian footballer.
Gvaramadze started his career at Dinamo Tbilisi. During spells at Torpedo Kutaisi, he was compete with former international footballer Irakli Zoidze. Later he re-joined Zoidze in Dinamo Tbilisi.
Gvaramadze made his debut on 8 February 1998, a friendly match. He became a regular during UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying, played 6 matches. He also played 6 matches in 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA). In October 2002, he was withdrew from Georgia squad due to family reason, Since that match, he lost the regular place to Giorgi Lomaia. He played his farewell games in 2004 Cyprus Tournament.