Freddy Hall was a Bermudian professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Hall began his college soccer career at the University of South Florida, where he won his debut game with six saves in a 4–1 victory over East Carolina.
In 2006, he switched to Quinnipiac University. Shaka Hislop, a former Trinidad and Tobago, Portsmouth, and West Ham United goalkeeper, was his goalie coach at Quinnipiac, and he remained involved in his career thereafter, arranging trials for Hall.
Hall was a three-year starter for the Bobcats, recording 26 wins and 22 shutouts while leading them to back-to-back NEC Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009 for the first time in program history.
He led the NCAA in save percentage (.915) and saves per game as a sophomore in 2007. (7.38). He was chosen to the All-NEC Second Team in 2007 and 2008.
Hall was invited to Charlton Athletic’s trials, but he decided to finish his studies before attempting the trials or pursuing a career in professional football.
The Bermuda Hogges of the USL Premier Development League were his next stop.
Hall was granted permission to leave the Hogges prior to the end of the 2010 PDL season in order to attend a trial with League 1 club Plymouth Argyle in England.
Freddy Hall Parents: Meet Sharry Hall And Frederick Hall
Sharry Hall and Frederick Hall are the parents of the late professional footballer, Freddy Hall. Freddy barely provided information about their whereabouts.