Norman Henry Hallam (born 23 October 1920) was an English footballer. A half-back, he helped Port Vale to finish second in the Third Division North in 1952-53. Whilst at the club he became a Methodist Minister. He later played for Halifax Town and Goole Town.
Hallam played for Chelsea, before joining Port Vale in May 1946. He played 27 first team games in 1946-47, scoring his first senior goal on 9 November, in a 4-1 defeat to Walsall at Fellows Park. He scored three goals in 30 games in 1947-48. He quit full-time football in July 1948 to become a Methodist Minister, but played one Third Division South game in 1949-50. At the end of the 1950-51 season he conducted the funeral of Gordon Hodgson, his former manager at Vale Park. Hallam re-joined the "Valiants" in January 1952, although did not play regularly, as living in Birmingham he couldn't always make it to matches. He played three games in 1951-52 and eight games in 1952-53, helping Freddie Steele's side to finish second in the Third Division North in the latter campaign. In May 1953, he moved house to Doncaster and left the club on a free transfer to Halifax Town. He played three games for the "Shaymen" in 1953-54. After leaving The Shay, he later played for Goole Town.
with Port Vale
Football League Third Division North runner-up: 1952-53