|Date of birth||26 May 1944|
|Place of birth||Scotland|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
George Keith (born 26 May 1944) is a Scottish-born former footballer who represented Australia in the late 1960s. Keith is a member of the Football Federation Australia - Football Hall of Fame.
1959 – 1961. Keith was signed by Arsenal F.C. as an apprentice professional footballer, after Arsenal's chief scout saw him playing for Glasgow Schoolboys v London Schoolboys at Wembley Stadium. At the end of his term with Arsenal he returned to Scotland to take up a professional career with Greenock Morton and Third Lanark in the Scottish Division One. In 1965 Keith migrated to Australia where he played for Melbourne Hakoah and A.P.I.A. Leichhardt. Keith also represented Victoria and New South Wales.
Keith in 1967 made his debut for the Australian national football team. He played 22 times, including 20 in full internationals, for the Socceroos, playing in the unsuccessful Australian qualification for the 1970 FIFA World Cup.
In 2008 Keith was inducted into the Football Federation Australia - Football Hall of Fame in the Award of Distinction category. In 2013, Keith was named in Australia's team of the decade for the years 1963–1970.