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Hall joined the Bristol City academy at the age of 15 in 2010 and made his way through the ranks at Ashton Gate, signing a professional contract in February 2013.
He joined National League North side Gloucester City on loan in November 2014 for two months, which was then extended for a third month. He impressed during his first experience of senior football as he claimed three assists in 13 appearances, being an unused substitute once.
In May 2015, the left-footed youngster was released from Bristol City’s ranks as he failed to break through into their first-team.
In July 2015, he returned to National League North side Gloucester City on a permanent basis and made 113 appearances for them across the next few seasons, being an unused substitute eight times. He netted nine goals and notched ten assists during his spell with The Tigers.
Hall moved on in June 2018 and signed for newly-promoted Hereford FC in the National League North. His stint with the Bulls was short, but he assisted two goals in 12 appearances while being named an unused substitute once.
He chose to drop down a division in October 2018 by joining Southern League Premier Division side Taunton Town in search of first-team football, and his spell with The Peacocks was fairly successful. He scored seven and assisted nine in 58 appearances, as well as being an unused substitute 16 times.
Hall chose to leave the Peacocks in March 2020, and he linked up with the Seagulls straight away. He failed to make an appearance with the COVID-19 pandemic stopping football days after joining, and Hall is now set to begin his first full season with the club once football resumes.