Wrexham AFC are pleased to confirm the signing of goalkeeper Liam Hall, who previously played with Bradford (Park Avenue).
Hall, 18, has signed until the end of the 2023/24 season with an option for an extension, and joins fellow new signing Luke McNicholas in bolstering the goalkeeping department at Wrexham AFC.
On signing for the Club, Hall said: “I’m feeling over the moon. To get the deal done is a pleasure, and it’s such a big club to be a part of.
“It’s been an unbelievable experience already, just to learn from goalkeepers like Ben Foster, Mark Howard and Rob Lainton. All three of them are experienced, and all three of them are very good. To learn and watch them, and to listen to what they have to say, is a pleasure.
“To learn from the goalkeepers here, and from the outfield players too, is only going to make me better.”
Hall has been around the senior set-up at Bradford (Park Avenue) and also caught the eye with his performances for the Under-19s last season – who pushed Wrexham all the way for the National League Youth Alliance Division H title. In the matches against Wrexham, Hall twice kept clean sheets.
Wrexham AFC manager Phil Parkinson said: “I’m delighted to welcome Liam to the Club. He’s been training with us, and really impressed us with his work ethic and desire to be the best he can. He’ll be a good addition to the squad.”