Player Details


Julian Hall


5' 9"


161 lbs

Date of Birth

3.24.2008 (16)



Position Detail


Preferred Side


Roster Category

Supplemental Slots 29-30

Player Category

Career Summary


• First MLS game – vs. Chicago Fire FC, 9/30/2023

2024: MLS: Has appeared in three match this season...logging 28 minutes played. MLS NEXT Pro: Played and started in eight matches...logging 695 minutes played...scored one goal...recorded his first goal of the season against Inter Miami CF II on March 24. Open Cup: Played in one match... logged 90 minutes in NYRB II's second round match against NYCFC II on April 2.

2023: MLS: Appeared in one match...became the second youngest player in MLS history to make an appearance at 15 years, 190 days old. MLS NEXT Pro: Appeared in nine matches and has made three starts...logged 340 minutes played...recorded one goal and one assist...scored his first career professional goal and tallied his first professional assist on June 4 against New England Revolution II...he became the youngest goalscorer in franchise history at 15 years, 73 days old.


Over the last three seasons, Hall has scored 28 goals in 39 matches played for Red Bulls Academy. He led the Red Bulls U-15's to win the 2023 U-15 MLS NEXT Cup for the first time in academy history, he scored five goals during the tournament and won the U-15 MLS NEXT Cup MVP Award. Hall won the Golden Boot Award at the 2023 Generation adidas Cup, where he scored five goals during the tournament including a brace against Chelsea U-15's.


Hall received his first call-up to the United States Youth National Team in March for a camp and has also been called up by the Poland Youth National Team. He helped the United States U-15 Youth National Team win the 2023 U-15 CONCACAF Championship after defeating Mexico, 4-2, in the final in August of 2023. Hall scored three goals during the tournament.


The New York Red Bulls have signed Julian Hall to a three-and-a-half year MLS contract as a homegrown through 2026 with an option for 2027 on September 7, 2023. Hall became the second-youngest homegrown signing in franchise history at 15 years, 167 days old.