"I'm a little bit emotional at the moment and I'm rapt to be here," Hall said on stage after receiving a standing ovation.
"It's great to be back (at the Swans). There's a lot of stuff I did that I regret at this football club, but there's also a lot of stuff that I'm very proud of.
"I just hope, well this does confirm in my mind, that the good stuff I did outweighs the bad."
Joining Hall in the Swans' Hall of Fame is Craig Bolton.
"This is an accolade I never would've dreamed of," Bolton said.
"To be recognised among these people is incredible."