|Date of birth||1898|
|Place of birth||Colombier, Switzerland|
|Playing position||Striker, coach|
|1915-1919||FC Cantonal Neuchâtel|
|1919-1920||Neuchâtel Xamax FC|
|1923-1927||Gallia Club Lunel|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He left Bienne to join FC Cette in 1922. With the Dauphins, he took part in an exceptional season, winning the Championship from the Ligue du Sud Est and reaching the final of the Coupe de France. However, he was involved in an infamous "affair" in 1923. The sétois club, before the advent of professionalism in French football, were accused of shamateurism.
Georges Kramer left for Gallia Club Lunel, a team who aspired to play in the highest levels of the league. He joined the club, in 1924, with his two brothers. He was also joint manager with French international Fernand Brunel.
The three Kramer brothers also left for SO Montpellier. The number of foreign players were limited to three per team to play in the Coupe de France, so Georges took French citizenship. He played in the Coupe de France in 1929, against the team's great rival of the time, FC Sète. The brothers Auguste and Edmond Kramer scored two goals in the win.
- Swiss Champion in 1916 with FC Cantonal Neuchâtel and in 1921 with Grasshopper-Club Zurich
- Finalist of the Coupe de France 1923 with FC Cette
- Champion of the Ligue du Sud-Est DH in 1923 with FC Cette and in 1928 with SO Montpellier
- Winner of the Coupe de France in 1929 with SO Montpellier
- Player page at rsssf.com
- History of FC Sète at fcsete.com
- Le football heraultais at lelanguedocsportif.org
- History of montpellierain football at montpellierinteractif.com
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