The Rs centre-back is a dyed in the wool Manchester United fan and grew up with two ardent Liverpool supporters.
Most of the time, it was Hall - and not his father or brother left to crow about a United win during the Fergie years.
The 24-year-old admits to taunting his dad and brother – but he would love to be the one with the bragging rights at Craven Cottage and reverse the woe of last season.
“My dad and my brother are Liverpool fans funnily enough so in our house it was World War III when those games were going on, he said.
“United used to dominate in those days to be honest, so I got bragging rights in the house then.”
Sadly, for Rangers, similar euphoria against their west London neighbours has have been few and far between in recent years.
Hoops fans have been the butt of jokes of fans of the Whites in the office and the school playground on Monday morning following five of the last six meetings.
Hall, Supporters Player of the Season 2015-16, remembers only too well last season’s two encounters where Rangers went down 3-1 at home having been ‘tonked’ 4-0 on the banks of the Thames last September.
He knows it is time the smiles belonged to those among the Loftus Road faithful.
“We need some bragging rights over Fulham,” he added.
“It is a big game the derby and we want to do it for the fans as well after last year’s disappointments.
“We remember last season we were poor in both games so we want to put that right.”