|Full name||Thomas Hall|
|Date of birth||4 September 1891|
|Place of birth||Newburn, Northumberland, England|
|Playing position(s)||Inside forward|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Thomas Hall (4 September 1891 – after 1925) was an English footballer who played professionally as an inside forward for Sunderland, Newcastle United and Gillingham, for whom he made 190 Football League appearances. He retired in 1926 to become the Kent club's trainer.
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