|Region of origin||Russia, Ukraine, Belarus|
Kravtsov (Russian: Кравцов) is a Russian language surname, of Western Slavic origin "krawc" comming from Polish form for krawiec/kravets, "tailor" (the native Russian word for "tailor" is portnoy). The official transcription for time of Russian Empire and during Russian Civil War was Krawtzoff.
It may refer to:
- lv:Valērijs Kravcovs (born 1961), Latvian politician
- Aleksandr Kravtsov (born 1974), Russian high jumper
- de:Jewgenija Alexandrowna Krawzowa, (born 1982), Russian biathlete.
- de:Elena Krawzow, (born 1993), is a German Paralympic swimmer. She qualified for the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London and get silver in 100m freestyle.
- Denis Kravtsov (born 1990), Russian footballer
- pl:Grzegorz Krawców(born 1962), is a Polish sprint canoer on 1988 Summer Olympics in Soeul and on 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona
- Sergey Mikhailovich Kravtsov (born 1960), Belarusian Olympic sailor
- Sergey Tarasovich Kravtsov (born 1948), Ukrainian Olympic cyclist
- Igor Kravtsov (born 1973), Russian rower
- Pavel Kravtsov (born 1986), Russian footballer
- Viacheslav Kravtsov (born 1987), Ukrainian basketball player who plays in the National Basketball Association
- Vladimir Kravtsov (born 1949), Russian handball player
- pl:Makar Kraucou (1891–1939), Belarusian poet
- hsb:Pawlina Krawcowa (1890-1941) - Sorbian embroiderer.
- Colonel Alexander J. Krawtzoff (1893–1920), military commander during Russian Civil War
- General Petr G. Krawtzoff (1861–1919), Major General of the Don Army
- Major Natalya Meklin, née Kravtsova (1922–2005), was a much decorated World War II combat pilot in women-only air regiment of Night Witches.
- Sergey Kravtsov (disambiguation), several people with this name
- 8812 Kravtsov, a main-belt asteroid
- Deutscher Behindertensportverband e.V. "Elena Krawzow - Deutsche Paralympische Mannschaft". www.deutsche-paralympische-mannschaft.de (in German). Retrieved 2016-09-05.
- Andreas von Klewitz: Barbie auf Sorbisch. In: Brandenburger Blätter Nr. 233 vom 24. Dezember 2013, S. 12.