UK Trademark 2258563

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Status
StatusRegistered
Classes06, 08, 09, 14, 16, 18, 24, 25, 26, 28, 32, 33, 34, 41, 42
Relevant dates
Filing Date20 January 2001
Next Renewal Date20 January 2021
Registration Date07 September 2001
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 23 May 2001
Issue number 6380, page 9046
Registration 10 October 2001
Issue number 6400
Renewal 30 July 2010
Issue number 6846
List of goods or services
Class 06Key chains; key fobs; small items of metal hardware; objects d'art; keys; padlocks; locks; ironmongery; window blinds; key rings; tin boxes; bells; ferrules for walking sticks; articles made of common metals or alloys; badges and buckles of common metal; money clips of non-precious metal; trinkets in the nature of ornaments, statuettes, models and figurines, all of common metals; decorative and commemorative plaques and plates of non-precious metals; signs and sign boards of metal; metal boxes, bins and containers; metal money boxes; metal card cases; metal letter boxes; waste bins; metal door knockers and door knobs; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 08Manicure sets; cutlery; razor and razor blades; shaving cases; hand tools and implements; bottle openers; penknives.
Class 09Smart cards; telephone cards; encrypted smart cards; encoded smart cards; encrypted telephone cards; encoded telephone cards; encrypted cards; encoded cards; magnetic identity cards; cameras and parts and fittings therefor; camera film; anti-dazzle shades; glasses and visors; compasses and barometers; bells; binoculars; calculating machines; animated cartoons; prescription and non-prescription eye glasses and spectacles for adults and children; prescription and non-prescription sunglasses; cases; chains; cords and frames therefor; cases for photographic apparatus and instruments; containers for contact lenses; optical goods; holograms; televisions; video recorders; sound recording and sound reproducing apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for the reproduction of sound and/or images; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods; gramophone and phonographic records; tape recorders; magnetic tapes for recording and reproducing sound or vision; videos and video tapes; juke boxes; radios; record and CD players; remote control apparatus; photographic transparencies and photographic films prepared for exhibition purposes; computer and computer software, programs, tapes, and discs and parts and fittings therefor; computer peripherals; mousemats; wrist pads; computer mice; keyboard and screen covers; customised floppy discs and CD-ROMs; customised storage boxes; telephones; telephone answering apparatus, telephone recorders and telephones incorporating facsimile machines; pre-recorded games on CD, software, video and any other recording media; time recording apparatus; magnets; magnifying glasses; measures and measuring instruments; mechanical signs; neon signs; sockets; plugs and switches; ticket dispensers; vehicle breakdown warning apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 14Jewellery; watches and clocks; items of precious metal or coated therewith; cufflinks; items of precious metals; key rings; chronometrical instruments; brooches, charms, tie pins, tie clips, badges, key fobs, buckles, pins all made of precious metal or coated therewith; imitation jewellery; precious stones; statues and ornaments of precious metal; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods.
Class 16Printed matter; newspapers; magazines and periodical publications; books; photographs; programme binders and binding material; instructional teaching materials; manuals; writing or drawing books and pads; playing cards; birthday cards and cards; greeting cards; postcards; tickets; timetables; note pads and note books; photo engravings, photograph albums and albums; address books; almanacs; holders, cases and boxes for pens; blotters and jotters; pens and pencils; pencil and pen holders; erasers and erasing products; pencil sharpeners; rulers; books and booklets; book markers and book ends; posters; letter trays; calendars; paper weights and paper clips; gift bags and bags for packaging; gift wrap and packaging paper; envelopes, folders, labels, seals, blackboards and scrap books; height charts and charts; carrier bags and garbage bags; prints in the nature of drawings and pictures, portraits; ink and ink wells; paper knives; poster magazines; signs and advertisement boards, writing paper and notelets in the nature of writing paper; cardboard; adhesive tapes and dispensers; diaries; hat boxes; pads of paper; stickers and stencils; beer mats; catalogues; paper and cardboard coasters; confetti; transfers and diagrams; pallets for painters; easels for painters; crayons; pastels (crayons);felt tip pens; pens; watercolours; protractors; printing papers; roofing papers; drawing boards; pens for drawing; paint boxes and brushes; patterns and embroidery design; engravings and etchings; paper towels and hankies; paper flags; toilet paper; maps; paper and cardboard place mats; graphic prints, representations and reproductions; lithographs and lithographic works of art; paper table cloths and napkins; prints.
Class 18Leather and imitation leather and articles made of these materials; luggage; travelling trunks; bags; holdalls; rucksacks; satchels; travelling bags; document cases; wallets; purses; cases; cases for credit cards; key fobs; key cases; parasols; umbrellas; notebook cases; walking sticks; handbags; briefcases; backpacks; make-up bags; whips, harness and saddlery; suitcases; tote bags; attache cases; belts; pouches; reins for guiding children; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 24Textiles and textile articles included in Class 24; curtains; towels; banners; flags; beach towels; valances; sheets; duvet covers; bath and bed linen; table and household linen; bed blankets, cloths and covers; bed spreads; bunting; coasters; covers for furniture; eiderdowns; handkerchiefs; labels; mats; mattress covers; fabrics; pillow cases and pillow shams; quilts; rugs; runners; napkins and serviettes; sleeping bags; table cloths; wall hangings.
Class 25Articles of outer clothing; articles of sports clothing; leisurewear; articles of underclothing; lingerie; hosiery; footwear being articles of clothing; headgear (for wear); shirts; boots; underwear; coats; overalls; collar protectors and collars; ear muffs; football boots and shoes; fittings of metal for boots and shoes; shorts; T-shirts; socks; sweaters; caps; hats; scarves; jackets; dressing gowns; pyjamas; sandals; slippers; footwear; boxer shorts; beach clothes and shoes; baby boots; diapers and bibs; romper suits; baby pants and sleep suits; dungarees; braces; belts and berets; wrist bands; track suits; ties; cravats; aprons; bathrobes; bathing caps and suits; bathing trunks; galoshes; garters; gloves and mittens; headbands; boots; jackets; jerseys; jumpers and knitwear; leggings; clothes linings; parkas; shawls; singlets; skirts; vests; visors; waistcoats; waterproof clothing.
Class 26Badges included in Class 26; tie pins and cufflinks (none being of precious metal or coated therewith); rosettes of textile materials; patches; buttons, ribbons and braid; hairbands and slides; belt clasps; sewing baskets; blouse, clothing and shoe fasteners; needle and pin cushions; hairgrips; hair and shoe ornaments; sewing thimbles; hat ornaments; shoe laces; numerals or letters for marking linen; hairnets; brooches and buckles; edging for clothing; competitor numbers; cords; tea cosies; embroidery; expanding bands for holding sleeves; fancy goods; frills and fringes; tassels; mini football kits; mini shorts; mini shirts; mini jerseys, all being decorative articles.
Class 28Toys; games; playthings; Christmas tree decorations; sporting articles; sporting equipment; golf apparatus and equipment; soft toys; scooters; board games; kites; flying discs; mobiles; plush toys; novelties for parties; model vehicles dolls; jigsaws; golf bags; capsule toys; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 32Beer, ale, lager and porter; stout; non-alcoholic drinks and preparations for making such drinks; fruit juices and fruit drinks; mineral and aerated waters.
Class 33Alcoholic beverages; wines, spirits and liqueurs; cider and perry.
Class 34Smokers articles; lighters; ashtrays; cigarette cases; matches; tobacco; cigars, cigarettes; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 41Museum services; visitor attraction services; sports and leisure services; club services; leisure club services; health and fitness services; advisory consultancy and information services relating to the aforesaid services; nightclub services.
Class 42Bar, restaurant and catering services; hotel and accommodation services; inn services; bistro services; wine bar services; nightclub services.
Names and addresses
ProprietorCHELSEA FC plc
Stamford Bridge Grounds, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS
Incorporated CountryUnited Kingdom
Residence CountryUnited Kingdom
Customers RefT9884UK-FAC
ADP Number0687474001
ServiceMathys & Squire LLP
120 Holborn, London, EC1N 2SQ
ADP Number0001081001