Freddy Hall


Player Profile

Place of Birth:

Nationality: Bermuda

Position: Goalkeeper


Club History


Start DateEnd DateTeam
Jul 2015 Feb 2018 Limerick


Start DateEnd DateTeam

Freddy started playing football in his native Bermuda before playing at collegiate level with University of South Florida, whose team name is the South Florida Bulls, and later Quinnipiac University, where he played with the Quinnipiac Bobcats. He embarked on a professional career after finishing college and signed for the Bermuda Hogges in the USL Premier Development League in May 2010.

The Hogges finished bottom of the Mid Atlantic Eastern Conference but only conceded twenty-five goals. At the end of the 2010 season, Freddy left the Hogges and went on trial with Plymouth Argyle.. Despite good performances, he did not receive a contract and returned to Bermuda. He was to return to England though in July 2011, signing for Northampton Town on a one-year deal.

Freddy made three appearances for Northampton Town during the 2011-12 season and left at the end of his contract after Northampton survived in League Two by four points. He went on trial with MLS side Toronto FC in July 2012 and signed a deal until the end of the 2012 season. He made ten league appearances for Toronto as they finished nineteenth overall. He once more left at the end of his contract.

He returned to England in March 2014, signing for Burton Albion until the end of the 2013-14 season. He left without making an appearance for the club. In August 2014, he signed for Chester after a successful trial. He made four appearances for Chester before being released due to financial difficulties at the club. He signed for their Conference rivals Telford AFC in October 2014.

He made twenty-one league appearances for Telford as they were relegated at the end of the season. He left Telford at the end of his contract and signed for Limerick in the League of Ireland in July 2015, after he appeared in goals for them during their summer friendly against MK Dons. He went on to make fourteen league appearances for the SuperBlues and although he only kept one clean sheet, it coincided with the team's best form as they stole the relegation play-off spot on the last day of the season. However, they were relegated to the First Division after being defeated by Finn Harps in the play-offs, in which Hall played both legs.

Freddy signed a two-year deal with Limerick ahead of the 2016 season but left the club in February 2018 for personal reasons.

Freddy has played eleven times for the Bermuda national team and he was given the captaincy for the first time in the 0-0 draw with Guatemala in June 2015.


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