Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Kyle Hall started playing futbol when he was 4 years old. After immigrating to Canada, he began an illustrious career in North America playing futbol at the club, provincial and national level. He obtained a full soccer scholarship to Syracuse University where he played 3 seasons for the Syracuse Orangemen. He was an integral part of the team’s success as he finished off his career there with a total of 13 goals and 10 assists.
He also played for the Canadian under-23 Mens National Team in the CONCACAF Olypmic qualifying tournament. Hall had an excellent tournament where he faced off against tough teams such as Mexico and USA. Respectively he was able to carry Canada to 3rd place in the tournament where Canada was just shy of qualifying for the Beijing Olympics. He played in 5 matches for Canada finishing with 1 goal 1 assist.
After his university career, he was drafted to Toronto FC in the 2009 MLS Superdraft where he was selected 3rd round, 39th overall. He was with the team for a short stint after an injury left him sidelined towards the end of pre-season. After a year off with surgery and re-hab, he decided to head to Europe to play professionally. He ended up in Sweden where he started off with Div 3 club, Juventus IF before moving up and joining Syrianska IF Kerburan which was in division 2. He played in Sweden for 3 years before deciding to retire and move back to his hometown in Toronto to start his own futbol training company.
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