|Full name||Craig Cranmer|
|Date of birth||21 February 1968|
|Place of birth||Johnstone, Scotland|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Craig Cranmer was a youth player with Duntocher Boys Club his local team in the city of Glasgow Scotland from 1976 to 1986 during which time they won the Scottish Juvenile Cup and the Scottish Youth Football Cup at Hampden Park. He joined Dumbarton F.C. in 1987 until 1989 making 27 first team appearances. He then joined Partick Thistle for a season but left without making a first team appearance before joining Albion Rovers for season 1991-92 making 13 first team appearances. After a break due to work commitments he joined Pollok Juniors where he made over 120 first team appearances and scored over 20 goals. During his time at Pollok he won The Scottish Junior Cup in 1997 and was capped for Scotland Juniors in 1998 at the International Tournament in Sligo, Ireland. He joined second division Clyde in 1998 until 2002 making over 100 appearances and scoring 7 goals. He left Clyde in March 2002 due to work commitments and retired from football. Scorer of two goals on the day Clyde clinched the Second Division title against Arbroath,"Boomer" had been struggling to train due to work commitments and felt that it was unfair to take a wage from the club. The Club later said on their website that they were full of praise for the manner in which Craig had handled the situation and considered what was best for the Club. They went on to say that Craig had always been a popular player and had left the Club with the good wishes of all the Clyde Supporters.