Rob Hall began his professional career with West Ham United in 2001, enjoying loan spells with Oxford United (twice), MK Dons and Birmingham City before making another loan move to Bolton Wanderers in March 2013. He would only make a short impact whilst at Bolton, playing for a mere 37 minutes in the final game of the season against Blackpool before being substituted for tactical reasons by manager Dougie Freedman.
Hall moved permanently to the Reebok Stadium in July 2013 after the expiration of his West Ham United contract, signing a three year deal. He impressed during the club's pre-season campaign with his trickery and pace in games against Rotherham United and Carlisle United. Hall was rewarded with the #11 shirt most recently worn by Jamaican Ricardo Gardner and Scotsman Gregg Wylde.
Hall has represented England at U16/17/18 and U19 levels, going on to win the 2010 UEFA European U17 Championship in Liechtenstein.