The idea of sending a soccer team into a major war zone might be regarded as the height of lunacy, but in mid-1967 the Australian government approved an invitation to the Australian Soccer Federation to take part in the National Day football tournament in Saigon in the midst of the Vietnam War. While this story is fairly widely known among the football community, it has little resonance beyond it and the young players who took part have received no formal recognition.
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"Football stadiums are quiet places during the week, but they roar to life on game day. Many fans don't realize there's an unseen army of people working hard to entertain them. Look inside to learn what coaches, players, production crews, and others do behind the scenes during a National Football League game."