George A. White was born in Canada. George started his career in junior soccer in Verdun. He made his first steps into senior soccer with Verdun Park.
In 1934 he signed for Montreal Aldred. He was a member of the Aldred team that in the 1935 season won the Dominion championship, The Quebec Cup and the Dunning Cup, emblematic of being National Soccer League eastern section champions.
The left fullback joined Montreal Carsteel before the start of the 1936 season. Montreal Carssteel won the 1936 Lord Atholstan Cup, emblematic of being National Soccer League champions. The club also reached the 1936 Quebec Cup final but lost to Notre Dame de Grace.
George won the Quebec Cup in 1937 and 1938 with Carsteel. In the 1939 season he helped Carsteel reach the Dominion Cup finals. However, they lost to Vancouver Radials in the best-of-three series. The club won the Quebec Cup in 1939.
In May 1940 he moved to Northern Ontario to work and play for McIntyre Mines at Schumacher, Ontario. He returned to Montreal in time to help Carsteel win the 1940 National Soccer League championship. He remained with the club through the war. In 1948 he won his second Dominion cup medal when he helped Carsteel defeat Vancouver St. Andrews in the Dominion Cup final. The club changed its name to Cancar after the 1948 season.
George passed away at Laval in Quebec on October 28, 1984.