What is Aussie football's greatest moment?

IT WAS the night that changed Australian football forever … November 16, 2005.

And it all happened at ANZ Stadium, Sydney's theatre of dreams where Cathy Freeman captured the hearts of a nation at the Olympic Games five years earlier.

To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Socceroos' famous win over Uruguay - which meant the team made its first World Cup in 32 years - the documentary, November 16, will air on Fox Sports on Monday night.

It will go behind the scenes revealing exactly how one of Australia's greatest sporting moments occurred, in front of over 80,000 delirious fans.

But John Aloisi - the star of the night - said "it didn't feel like there was anyone in the stadium" before taking THAT unforgettable penalty kick.

Be sure to tune in on Monday night.

READ MORE: John Aloisi and the goal that stopped a nation


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