UK Trademark 2276347

Classes03, 05, 06, 08, 09, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42
Relevant dates
Filing Date26 July 2001
Next Renewal Date26 July 2021
Registration Date23 May 2003
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 07 February 2003
Issue number 6467
Registration 20 June 2003
Issue number 6485
Renewal 29 July 2011
Issue number 6898
List of goods or services
Class 03Dentifrices; toothpaste, toiletries; aromatic essential oils; bath salts; boot cream and boot polish; cosmetics, all for inclusion in kits; cosmetics; deodorants for personal use; eau de cologne; aftershave; perfumes and perfumeries; shampoos; hair conditioners; shaving preparations and shaving soaps; talcum powder; cosmetics, perfumes and toiletries incorporated into presentation and/or gift sets incorporating some or all of the aforesaid goods.
Class 05Grass and lawn care preparations; insecticides; fungicides; pesticides; nematicides for the care of lawns; analgesic and muscle strain preparations for human use; bandages, plasters and dressings.
Class 06Badges (for vehicles) and bars for use therewith; keys, key blanks; key rings and key chains; locks and ornaments, all included in Class 6; all made of common metal and their alloys.
Class 08Razors and razor blades; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; manicure sets; table cutlery; shaving cases.
Class 09Smart cards; encrypted smart cards; encoded smart cards; encrypted telephone cards; encoded telephone cards; encrypted cards; encoded cards; cameras and parts and fittings therefor; camera film; sound recording and sound reproducing apparatus and instruments; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods; compact discs; gramophone records; magnetic tapes for recording or reproducing sound or vision; videos; digital versatile discs; photographic transparencies and photographic films prepared for exhibition purposes; calculating machines; computers and computer hardware; computer and electronic games consoles; computer programs; tapes and magnetic discs; CD ROM's; telephones; mobile telephones and accessories therefor; telephone answering apparatus; telephone recorders; telephones incorporating facsimile machines; magnets; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; visual display units; automated vending machines; electronic point of sale apparatus.
Class 11Lighting apparatus and installations; luminaries; lampshades and lampshade holders; light diffusers; electric Christmas tree lights; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid.
Class 12Coaches; trams; bicycles; motorised land vehicles.
Class 13Fireworks; flares.
Class 14Watches and clocks; jewellery for personal wear and adornment; earrings; badges and bars for use therewith; keys and key rings, key chains; pendants; jewellery charms; all the aforesaid goods being made wholly or principally of precious metal or coated therewith; tie pins; cufflinks.
Class 15Musical instruments; horns; clackers.
Class 16Printed matter; newspapers; periodical publications; books; photographs; programme binders; stationery; instructional and teaching material; ordinary playing cards; birthday cards; postcards, notepads, photograph albums; address books; jotters; pens; pencils; erasers; pencil sharpeners; rulers; book markers; posters; calendars; paper gift bags; gift wrap; pin cases; envelopes; labels; blackboards; height charts; carrier bags; prints; pictures; poster magazines; diaries; pads of paper; decalcomania; stickers; telephone cards.
Class 18Articles included in Class 18 made of leather or imitation leather; travel bags; backpacks; umbrellas, duffel bags, boot bags, holdalls; wallets; bags; belts; purses; credit card holders; cheque book holders.
Class 20Key rings; locks; plaques; picture frames; mirrors; headboards being furniture.
Class 21Domestic utensils and containers; chinaware; glassware; porcelain and earthenware; combs; sponges (not for surgical use); glasses; half-pint glasses; pint glasses; tall glasses; mugs; wine glasses; champagne flutes; tumblers; whisky tumblers; brushes; moneyboxes; toothbrushes.
Class 24Textile articles included in Class 24; curtains; towels; banners; flags; beach towels; valances; duvet covers.
Class 25Articles of outer clothing; articles of sports clothing; footwear; headgear; shirts; shorts; T-shirts; socks; sweatshirts/sweaters; caps; hats; scarves; jackets; dressing gowns; pyjamas; slippers; boxer shorts; baby boots; bibs; romper suits; baby sleep suits; dungarees; braces; wrist bands; tracksuits; ties; swimwear.
Class 26Badges included in Class 26; rosettes of textile material; patches.
Class 27Floor coverings; wall hangings; wall paper and borders; all included in Class 27.
Class 28Games (other than ordinary playing cards); computer and video games; toys; party novelty hats; shin guards; gloves (games); balloons; sporting articles (other than clothing); play balls; footballs; teddy bears; rattles.
Class 29Meat, fish, poultry and game; products made from some or all of the aforesaid goods; jellies; jams; fruit sauces; milk and milk products; milk drinks; flavoured milk drinks; dairy products; snack foods; chips; nuts and raisins; snacks and products including crisps; potato crisps and potato chips.
Class 30Chocolate; chocolates; confectionery; toffee; fudge; gingerbread; sweets; liquorice; lozenges; mints; candy; peanut confectionery; peppermint sweets; popcorn; waffles; ice-cream and preparations for making ice-cream; biscuits; cookies; bread; buns; pastries; sauces in this Class; snack foods; foodstuffs made from dough; pies, pasties, sausage rolls; sweet and savoury products, all having a pastry covering, pastry case or pastry shell; prepared meals; candy rock.
Class 31Grass seed.
Class 32Non-alcoholic drinks; cola drinks; lemonade; isotonic and sports drinks; fruit juices; aerated water and table water; beer and lager.
Class 33Alcoholic beverages; wines; spirits; liqueurs; whisky.
Class 34Smokers' articles; ashtrays and matches included in Class 34.
Class 35Advertising; promotional services; business management; business administration; office functions.
Class 36Financial services; insurance services; real estate affairs; finance for rental of sports viewing boxes in stadia.
Class 38Radio and television broadcasting services; cellular telephone communication services; cable, satellite and terrestrial broadcasting services; communications by fibre optic networks; electronic mail services; provision of communication services by means of computers; television broadcasting; television broadcasting services via a television channel.
Class 39Provision of transport from remote car parking sites to other locations; provision of travel and transport services; arranging holidays; arranging sports tours for spectators.
Class 41Recreational information services; recreational information services provided on computer networks and by telephone; hosting/organisation of sporting, entertainment, cultural and musical events; stadium facilities; hosting, organising and arranging exhibitions and seminars; educational services relating to sport, culture and music; production of television programmes.
Class 42Cafe, canteen, restaurant, bar and catering services; room rental services; club services; hotel services; provision of temporary accommodation; intellectual property licensing services.
Names and addresses
ProprietorWembley National Stadium Limited
Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London, HA9 OWS
Incorporated CountryUnited Kingdom
Residence CountryUnited Kingdom
Customers RefM33378-SXL/kc
ADP Number0778356001
ServiceForrester Ketley & Co.
Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AT
ADP Number0000133001