Albert Hall (footballer, born 1918)
|Full name||Albert Edwards Benjamin Hall|
|Date of birth||3 September 1918|
|Place of birth||Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales|
|Date of death||February 1998 (aged 79)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Hall played Second Division football for Tottenham Hotspur, and finished the 1938–39 season as the club's joint top-scorer (with Johnny Morrison) with 11 goals. During World War II, he guested for many clubs across the country: Port Vale, Short Brothers, Norwich City, Luton Town, Charlton Athletic, Chelsea, Reading, Millwall and Watford. After the war finished he returned to Joe Hulme's "Spurs", and helped the White Hart Lane club to a sixth-place finish in 1946–47. He then transferred to Jimmy Rae's Plymouth Argyle, but made just nine appearances for the "Pilgrims" in the 1947–48 season. He then left Home Park and moved into non-league football with Southern League side Chelmsford City.