UK Trademark 2330324

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StatusRegistered
Classes02, 03, 05, 06, 08, 09, 11, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43
Relevant dates
Filing Date24 April 2003
Next Renewal Date24 April 2013
Registration Date20 February 2004
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 07 November 2003
Issue number 6505
Registration 19 March 2004
Issue number 6523
List of goods or services
Class 02Paints, varnishes, lacquers, coatings; line-markings for fields, tracks, stadia, sports locations and roads.
Class 03Non-medicated toilet preparations; soaps; shampoos; deodorants; antiperspirants; preparations for the care, treatment and cleansing of the skin, hair and the body; preparations for the bath and shower; talcum powder; aftershave preparations; shaving preparations; cosmetic preparations; dentifrices; laundry detergent and fabric conditioners; vegetable dye skin transfers; perfumery; essential oils; boot cream and boot polish.
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 of metal for vehicles; metal badges; keyrings and key chains; locks and ornaments; metal toy boxes; metallic bins; keys, key blanks; signs; statues and statuettes; bronzes; money boxes; boxes; clothes hangers and clothes hooks; all made wholly or principally of common metals; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 08Hand-operated tools and implements; electric and non-electric razors, including razor blades and accessories therefor; shaving cases; cutlery; canteens of cutlery, cutlery for children, disposable cutlery; manicure and pedicure implements; scissors; depilatory apparatus; eyebrow tweezers.
Class 09Sound and/or video recordings; tapes; cassettes; compact discs; cameras; films; photographic transparencies and photographic films prepared for exhibition purposes; slides; lenticulars; video recorders; video cassettes; games adapted for use with television receivers; computers and computer hardware; computer software; computer games; computer and electronic games consoles; screensavers; publications in electronic format; data processing apparatus; electric and electronic scoreboards; photographic and cinematographic apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; calculators; video discs; time recording apparatus and instruments; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; encoded credit cards, debit cards and charge cards; smart cards; telephone apparatus and instruments; mobile telephones and accessories therefor; telephone answering apparatus; telephone recorders; telephones incorporating facsimile machines; magnets; visual display units; automatic vending machines; electronic point of sale apparatus; telephone cards; sunglasses; protective helmets; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 11Lighting apparatus and installations; luminaries; lampshades and lampshade holders; light diffusers; electric Christmas tree lights; torches.
Class 14Horological and chronometric instruments; clocks and watches; trophies; tankards; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; ornaments, figurines, models; badges and brooches; tea plates, tea services, tea caddies, tea pots, goblets, egg cups; trays, vases and urns; salt and pepper pots; napkin holders and napkin rings, all made wholly or principally of precious metals and their alloys or coated therewith; jewellery and precious stones; tie clips, tie pins, cuff links; medals and medallions; coins; timekeeping systems for sport; shoe ornaments of precious metal; belt buckles of precious metal; key rings; identity tags and bracelets of precious metal; silver lockets, rings, earrings; writing instruments of precious metals; silver perfume atomisers; silver perfume flasks and funnels; silver pill boxes; silver compacts containing mirrors; pendants; jewellery charms.
Class 15Musical instruments; horns; clackers.
Class 16Paper; cardboard; notepaper; writing paper; envelopes; transfers; decalcomanias; labels; printed matter; trading cards; stickers; posters; pictures; prints; albums; periodical publications; newspapers; annuals; programmes; programme binders; books; book markers; photographs; packs of photographs; philatelic stamps; stationery; rulers; pencil sharpeners; adhesive materials (stationery); instructional and teaching materials (other than apparatus); blackboards; height charts; coaching aids in the nature of magnetic and dry-wipeable surfaces with magnetic pieces; flags of paper, pennants of paper; replica football kits made of paper or cardboard; calendars; desk top calendars; milk cartons of cardboard; beer mats; paper figurines; pencil cases; writing and drawing instruments; files; folders and folios; personal organisers; diaries; picture frames of cardboard; greeting cards; wrapping and packaging materials; carrier bags; packaging materials of plastics or paper; bags of paper and/or plastic material; paper weights; appliqués of paper; laminated cards; tissues and towels made of paper; lithoserigraphs; rosettes of paper; paper napkins and tablecloths; non-encoded credit, debit and charge cards; gift bags and gift wrap; pin cases.
Class 18Bags and containers; travel bags; backpacks; duffel bags; boot bags; holdalls; leather and imitations of leather and goods made from these materials; wallets; purses; credit card holders; cheque book holders; belts for luggage; shoulder belts; harnesses; umbrellas; walking sticks.
Class 20Tags; tags for use on soccer bags, made wholly or principally of plastic; identity tags; identity tags for use on soccer bags, made wholly or principally of plastic; identification bracelets (not of metal) for hospital purposes; plastic clips; plastic closures for containers; picture frames; mirrors; replica football kits made of plastic; picture frames; cake decorations made of plastic; non-metallic bins; bean bags; plastic figurines; key rings; locks; plaques; headboards being furniture.
Class 21Domestic utensils and containers; lunch boxes; flasks; table mats; tankards; pewterware; mugs; glassware; nonics; lager glasses; wine glasses; champagne flutes; tumblers; whisky tumblers; chinaware; porcelain and earthenware; plastic cups, soap holders and dispensers; toothbrushes; toothbrush holders; combs; brushes; sponges for toilet use; ceramic ornaments and hollowware; cleaning cloths; water bottles; perfume atomisers; perfume flasks and funnels; pill boxes; mirrors; compacts (not of precious metals or coated therewith) containing mirrors; money boxes.
Class 24Textiles; textile piece goods; bath linen; towels and flannels; beach towels; bedding; bed sheets; pillow cases; blankets; bed covers; valances; duvet covers; curtains of textile or plastic; sleeping bag sheet liners; bean bag covers; fabric for use in the manufacture of bags; fabrics for use in the manufacture of lining of bags; quilt bags; handkerchiefs; tea towels; textile wall hangings; bar towels; flags (not of paper); pennants; banners; napkins and tablecloths, table covers, table place mats of textile or plastics material.
Class 25Articles of outerclothing; articles of sports clothing; track suits; shirts, sweatshirts/sweaters, T-shirts, shorts, tops, skirts, trousers, dungarees, socks; gloves, ties (for wear), scarves, bibs, romper suits; baby sleep suits; knitted articles of clothing and articles of clothing made from knitted materials, anoraks, jackets, rainwear; dressing gowns; pyjamas; articles of underclothing; boxer shorts; footwear; baby boots; headgear; belts for wear; braces; wrist bands; swimwear.
Class 26Badges; pins; emblems; buttons; buckles; tie pins, (none of precious metals or coated therewith); brooches (none of precious metals or coated therewith); ornamental pins for personal wear; embroidery being textile smallwares; shoe ornaments; appliqués of textile; rosettes of textile.
Class 27Floor coverings; rugs; mats; wall hangings; wall paper and borders.
Class 28Toys, games and playthings; board games; jigsaws; amusement apparatus; kites; gymnastic and sporting articles; shin guards; gloves (games); bags adapted for carrying sporting apparatus; novelties; party novelty hats; miniature replica football kits; action figure toys; toy vehicles; teddy bears; dolls; footballs; balls; footballs; goal posts; hand-held electronic games; sponge hands in the nature of novelties; outdoor rebound walls in the nature of playthings and sporting articles; coin and/or counter-operated games; playing cards; rattles; balloons.
Class 29Meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extracts; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies, jams, fruit sauces; eggs, milk and milk products; edible oils and fats; marmalade; meals prepared from fish and poultry; snack foods.
Class 30Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, rice, wheat or flour; bread, pastry and confectionery; sandwiches; biscuits; chocolate and chocolate products; frozen confectionery; ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; chocolate spread; cakes; cake decorations made of candy; biscuits; sorbets; frozen yoghurt; pizza; snack foods; prepared meals and constituents therefor.
Class 31Grass seed, grass and turf; flower and plant seeds; fresh plants and flowers; rose bushes.
Class 32Non-alcoholic beverages; cola drinks; lemonade; beers; lagers; mineral and aerated waters; fruit drinks and fruit juices; isotonic and sports drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages.
Class 33Alcoholic beverages; wines; spirits; liqueurs; whisky; cider; champagne; perry.
Class 35Arranging and organising of trade exhibitions; advertising and promotional services; arranging, organising and providing facilities for conferences, seminars and exhibitions; business advice, assistance and business management consultancy services; sponsorship services; marketing services; public relations and publicity services; business administration; office functions; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, a variety of goods enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods through a television shopping channel or for sale by mail order or by means of telecommunications or from an Internet website.
Class 36Financial services; insurance services; general insurances; real estate affairs; finance for rental of sports viewing boxes in stadia; credit card, charge card and debit card services; investment and pension services; life insurance (protection investment and pension products); banking and money transmission services; secured lending; unsecured lending; interest bearing and equity linked savings accounts and bonds; unit trusts/PEPs/ISAs.
Class 38Communications services; broadcasting services; broadcasting and transmission of television programmes; data transmission and data broadcasting; broadcasting and transmission of text, messages, information, sound and images; transmission of television programmes, text, messages, information, sound and images via communication and computer networks; computer aided transmission of information, messages, text, sound, images, data and television programmes; broadcasting and transmission of digital information by means of cable, wire or fibre; receiving and exchange of information, text, messages, sound, images and data; electronic mail services; interactive video text services;news information and news agency services; message sending; communications by and/or between computers and computer terminals; communications for access to information, text, sound, images and date via communication and computer networks; gateway services for access to a communications or computer network; retrieval, provision and display of information from a computer stored at databank; electronic display of information, messages, text, images and data; on-line services; on-line information services; cellular telephone communication services; information and advisory services relating to any of the aforesaid services.
Class 39Arrangement and booking of holiday travel and tours; provision of travel information; chartering of vehicles for locomotion by land, sea and air; tourist office services; car and coach hire services; provision of transport from remote car parking sites to other locations; arranging sports tours for spectators.
Class 41Provision of information, escorting and directing spectators, visitors and vehicles, all being performed by stewards in relation to sports events, conferences, seminars, concerts and exhibitions; recreational information services; recreational information services provided on computer networks and by telephone; provision of sport, entertainment, cultural and musical events; provision of stadium facilities; hosting of exhibitions and seminars; educational services relating to sport, culture and music; production of television programmes; training services; football academy services; assessment and qualifications services; coaching; arranging and organisation of competitions and sporting events; provision of courses of instruction in coaching, sports medicine, player development and child protection and welfare; physical fitness instruction; practical training demonstrations relating to football; providing courses of instruction in self-awareness; arranging and conducting seminars, conferences, exhibitions, symposia and concerts; provision of club recreation facilities; officiating at sports contests; sports camp services; sports club services; provision of facilities for sports events, seminars and concerts; sports refereeing and officiating; timing of sports events; staging of sports tournaments; publication of printed matter; provision of award ceremonies; provision of information relating to all of the aforesaid services.
Class 42Intellectual property licensing services; design and development of computer software; design and compilation of websites; leasing of access time to computer databases.
Class 43Hotel accommodation and reservation services; tourist office accommodation and reservation services; providing facilities for conventions, conferences, exhibitions and seminars; provision of exhibition facilities; vetting of tourist accommodation; café, bar, restaurant and catering services.
Names and addresses
ProprietorWembley National Stadium Limited
Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London, HA9 OWS
Incorporated CountryUnited Kingdom
Residence CountryUnited Kingdom
Customers RefT23654-SJL/jag
ADP Number0778356001
ServiceForrester Ketley & Co.
Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AT
ADP Number0000133001