The Greater London Authority, the Football Association of Ireland and the Mayor of London present No Barriers at Home.

Discover footballers, past and present, who have overcome barriers, including gender inequality, racism, mental health and disability, to achieve success. Then take part in fun, independent and cross-curricular home learning activities and submit #NoBarriersChallenge entries to have your work featured on our site.

Cuireann Údarás Mhórcheantar Londain, Cumann Peile na hÉireann agus Méara Londain Gan Bhacainní Ag Baile i láthair, togra spraíúil agus idirghníomhach a thugann daoine le chéile, fiú amháin nuair nach bhfuil muid le chéile! Glac páirt agus úsáid na pacáistí #DúshlánGanBhacainní:

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Tyrone Mings

England centre back, Tyrone, was subject to racist abuse from fans in Bulgaria during a Euro 2020 qualifier match

Robert Schlienz

Whilst top scorer in the league, Robert lost his arm in a car accident. He still went on to captain his team to two champion wins

Stephanie Roche

After new rules excluded her from her mixed gender team, Stephanie has gone on to become an incredible professional footballer, smashing glass ceilings for girls in sport

If you’ve already taken part in No Barriers at Home and would like to share your experience, please fill in our online survey.