David Meyer played for the Belgian ice hockey team at the 1928 Winter Olympics, where he appeared in three games. Meyer also competed at two (separately held) European Championships (1927, 1929) and the 1930 World Championships. At the 1927 European Championship he won a silver medal. After his time with Le Puck he joined CPA, both at Antwerp, but Meyer also played with Bruxelles City in 1923/24 and 1928/29. Meyer played both defense and forward but was mostly a right winger.
|1928 Winter||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Men's Ice Hockey||Belgium||BEL||5T|
|1928 Winter||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Belgium||BEL||Final Standings||5T||1928-02-11||1||0||0|
|1928 Winter||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Belgium||BEL||Group A||Match #1||2||1928-02-11||GBR 7, BEL 3||1|
|1928 Winter||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Belgium||BEL||Group A||Match #4||1||1928-02-12||BEL 3, HUN 2||0|
|1928 Winter||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Belgium||BEL||Group A||Match #5||1||1928-02-16||BEL 3, FRA 1||0|