1 Unexposed films; tannin;artificial sweetners (chemical products).
3 Cosmetics; soaps; cosmetic preparations for baths; perfumes; eau-de-Cologne; pre-shave and after-shave lotions; shaving creams; shampoos, hair rinses;toothpaste, mouth washes;deodorants and antiperspirants for private use;conditioning creams, skin creams, face cleansing creams, make-up removing preparations;sunscreen lotions;hair lotions, hair lacquers;make-up preparations, eye shadow, face powder, cosmetic pencils;decorative fillings for cosmetic purposes;cleaning, polishing, rinsing and scouring preparations for household purposes; washing powders; synthetic household cleaners;shoe polishes and creams;leather care products;
4 Lubricants; motor oils and fuels; candles; church candles.
5 Pharmaceutical preparations; medicated chewing gum;material for stopping teeth, dental wax;medical hygienic products;feminine hygiene products; fungicides, herbicides; ophthalmic medicines;medical infusions;medicated or dietetic food additives; food for babies; vitamin products;products for the purification and deodorization of air;deodorisers for vehicles;deodorisers, not for private use.
6 Aluminum foil;money clips; figurines; ornaments;statues, statuettes, sculptures and trophies of common metal or their alloys;fixed napkin dispensers of metal;money clips for banknotes (of metal);aluminium kitchen foil.
7 Machines for making aerated beverages; electric can openers; electric knives, electromechanical machines for making foodstuffs;electric household beaters;electric whisks for household purposes;fruit presses, electric, for household purposes; electric kitchen machines; household electric mixers; dishwashers; Washing machines for household purposes;clothes wringing machines; ironing machines; sewing machines; vacuum cleaners and duffles (included in class 7);components of prime movers.
8 Hand tools and implements (hand-operated);electric and non-electric razors, razor blades;cutlery;hair removal devices, pincers;kitchen scissors; screwdrivers; stationery scissors.
9 Sunglasses, spectacles, cases for sunglasses and spectacles; binoculars; magnets and decorative magnets; compasses; Apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; television apparatus; radios; video recorders; Compact disc players;digital video disc players; loudspeakers; headphones; computers; data processing equipment; computer keyboards; computer displays; modems; electronic pocket translators; dictating machines; electronic notebooks; scanners; printers; photocopiers; facsimile telegraphy apparatus; telephones; answering machines; videophones;cellular telephones; calculating devices; credit card apparatus;automated teller machines; video cameras; camcorders;photographic equipment, cameras, projectors, exposed films, transparencies, flashlamps, Kamerataschen, batteries;games for use solely together with TV sets; video games; video game players;arcade games; video game cartridges; pre-recorded computer software including software for games;computer programms and databases;screen saver programs for computers;blank or pre-recorded magnetic, digital or analog sound and image carriers;video tapes, magnetic tapes, magnetic discs, DVDs, floppy discs, optical discs, compact discs, CD-ROMs, video discs, blank or pre-recorded with music, sound or images (which may be animated); holograms; encoded magnetic cards; memory cards; microchip cards;magnetic credit cards, telephone cards, automated teller machine cards, travel cards, entertainment cards, cheque cards and debit cards;security alarms;electronic vending machines;electric curling tongs; electric irons; windsocks, namely windsocks being wind indicating apparatus; distance measuring apparatus; speed measuring and indication equipment;publications in electronic form supplied on CD-ROMs, in databases or on the Internet;magnetic decorations.
10 Private diagnostic devices for medical purposes;medical measuring apparatus and instruments;massage apparatus for private use;for medical purposes;medical diagnostic display apparatus;babies' bottles; condoms; support bandages; ice and thermal bags for medical purposes.
11 Torches; flashlamps; desk lamps; decorative lamps; lamp shades; light bulbs; light bulbs; lights; lights for bicycles; refrigerated cabinets; freezing equipment;hearths, gas fires;electrical cookers;rotisseries, cookers, microwave ovens; electric coffee machines; electric cauldrons;electric bread toasters;electric deep fryers;electric laundry or hair dryers; heating apparatus; air humidifiers, air cleaner; water filters; drinking fountains;fans for private use;
12 Bicycles, motorcycles, Automobile, lorries, motor homes, buses, refrigerated vehicles, aeroplanes and boats;balloons, airhips;Parts for vehicles (included in class 12);sun shades, sports rims and sports tyre covers, seat covers, vehicle covers; baby carriages; children's buggies, vehicle seats for babies and children;vehicle prime movers and components;automobile accessories, namely seat cushions.
14 Jewellery; wrist watches, clocks;medallions, decorative key fobs (including of precious metal);trinkets;brooches, decorative pins (jewellery);saleable team pins and player pins (jewellery);tie clips and tie pins; cuff-links; commemorative coins;beakers, plates and beer mugs of precious metal;trophies, statues and sculptures of precious metal;teapots of precious metal;ashtrays and cigarette cases made of precious metals; coins; decorative pins and badges of common metal;money clips for banknotes (of precious metal).
15 Musical instruments, musical boxes;electric and electronic musical instruments.
16 Table cloths of paper; napkins; tablecloths; paper bags; invitation cards; greeting cards; gift wrapping paper; paper doilies and place mats;bin bags of paper or plastic;bags for storing foodstuffs;paper coffee filters;labels (not of textile), paper towels;moistened paper towels; toilet paper; cosmetic tissues; paper handkerchiefs; babies' diapers of paper and babies' napkins of paper;stationery and school supplies (except apparatus);typewriter paper, copy paper, envelopes, theme pads, notepads, notepaper;writing paper, scrap paper, binding paper;files, file covers, book covers;painting blocks, drawing blocks, games books and puzzle books; luminous paper; adhesive notes;crepe paper; tissue paper; paper clips and staples; paper banners; paper flags;paper lanterns;writing instruments;fountain pens;pins; ball-point pens; fountain pen sets;pen sets;felt tip pens;fountain pens with roller nibs;marker pens; ink; stamp pads, rubbers stamps;paint boxes;painting and drawing pencils; chalk; decorations for pens;printing forms; magazines; newspapers; books and daily newspapers, in particular about athletes and sporting events;printed educational material;schedules (for recording results);event programs;event albums; photograph albums; autograph books; address books;diairies;timetables;roadmaps;entrance tickets; scratch cards; cheques; printed timetables;fly sheets and brochures;comic strips; trading cards; car stickers; stickers; sticker albums; calendars; posters;photographs; postcards; advertising signs, transparencies and materials;iron-on pictures; transfers (decalcomanias); office requisites (except furniture);correction fluids; erasers; pencil sharpeners; stands for writing utensils;paper clips and staples;thumbtacks; rulers; adhesive tape for stationery;adhesive tape dispensers; binders; stencils; document holders; clip boards;notepad holders;book ends;book stands; stamps; credit cards, telephone cards, automated teller machine cards, travel cards, entertainment cards, cheque cards and debit cards of paper or cardboard;unencoded credit cards.
18 Leather and imitations of leather; umbrellas; parasols; sports bags (other than those adapted for the object being carried); casual bags; holdalls, rucksacks;transport cases; bags for school; bum-bags; handbags; ball-shaped bags of leather; beach bags; trunks and travelling bags; travelling bags; briefcases; vanity cases (empty);toilet cases; key cases; document bags;card wallets; pocket wallets; purses; cheque book wallets.
20 Mirrors; articles of plastic (included in class 20);statues, figurines, trophies, pendant badges (unencoded), including.ON THE.nameplates, key cards (unencoded), decorative key fobs of plastic;Cushions, included in class 20; sleeping bags for camping; furniture; interior and exterior seating furniture;racks (furniture);sales stands;kitchen towel dispensers (not of metal); clothes hangers; inflatable advertising objects;bookshelves;stands for stationery.
21 Household and kitchen utensils and containers (non-electric), not of precious metal or coated therewith;beer mugs, beakers, cups and drinking glasses, boards and plates, coasters, none of the aforesaid goods of precious metal;teapots (not of precious metal);insulated kitchen gloves; gloves for household purposes; bottle openers; beverage bottles;thermos flasks;non-electric coolers for food and drinks;dispensers of kitchen towels (made of metal);combs and hairbrushes;dental floss;statues, sculptures and trophies of porcelain, terracotta or glass, relating to football.
24 Sleeping bags (included in class 24);bed sheets; quilts; bed spreads; cushion covers; curtains of textile or plastic; shower curtains; fabric curtains; towels; bath linen; tea towels; dish towels; bed covers; wall hangings of textile;cloth handkerchiefs;flags;flags (not of paper);table linen of textile;labels (cloth).
25 Clothing; shoes; headgear; shirts; knit shirts;jumpers and singlets; t-shirts; sleeveless jerseys; dresses; skirts; slips; swimwear; shortalls;long trousers; sweaters; clothing caps; caps; hats; shawls; headscarves; peaked caps; tracksuits; sweatshirts; jackets; blazers; rainweat; coats; uniforms; ties; sweat-bands; headbands; gloves; aprons; bibs; pyjamas; clothing for small children and play clothing for children;socks and stockings; garters; belts; braces.
26 Braid;tassles;bands; buttons; needles; sewing boxes;medals for clothing (other than of precious metal);medallions and badges for clothing (other than of precious metal), brooches for clothing;pins for caps (other than of precious metal);hairnets, hairbands; hair pins; hair bows and other hair ornaments;medallions of non-precious metal;all being of common metal;badges of plastic.
27 Carpets, rugs, mats and matting (including for cars);wicker coverings, linoleum and other materials for covering existing floors;artificial turf;floor rugs (except carpets);beach mats.
28 Games and playthings; sport balls; board games; tables for table football;stuffed dolls and animals; toy cars; puzzles; balloons;inflatable toys;play discs (pogs);play discs (pogs) of metal, precious metal and plastic;football equipment, namely sporting articles; soccer balls; gloves, namely sporting articles;sports equipment, namely knee pads;elbow guards;shoulder pads and shin guards;soccer goals;sporting bags and containers adapted for carrying sports articles;party hats (toys);hand-operated electronic games, other than those adapted for use with television receivers only;foam rubber hands (toys);confetti; game cards.
29 Meat; fish; poultry; game; meat extracts preserved; cooked fruit and vegetables; tinned fruit and vegetables;Oils and greases;potato chips;French fries; processed nuts; jams; stewed fruits and vegetables; jams; milk; milk products; dairy produce; cheese.
30 Coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; honey; artificial coffee; flour; preparations made from cereals; cereals; bread; pastries; cakes; cookies; crackers; sweets; ice-cream; chocolates; rice; corn chips; mustard; vinegar; sauces (relishes); spices; salt; nutritional additives (included in class 30).
31 Foodstuffs for animals; grass seeds;fresh fruits;fresh berries; fresh vegetables; flowers; litter for animals; turf, bases for growing turf, namely litter peat for football fields; peat.
32 Non-alcoholic drinks; syrup and powder for making non-alcoholic beverages;mineral and aerated waters;other non-alcoholic drinks;fruit and vegetable juices;iced fruit drinks;beer, lager.
33 Alcoholic beverages (except beers).
34 Matches; lighters; cigarette cases, ashtrays, smoker's articles made of non-precious metal; cigarettes; tobacco.
35 Employment agency services;personnel recruitment services;advertising publishing agency services; advertising agency services; Internet advertising agency services;dissemination of advertising;title space rental services;advertising space services, title space advertising services;television and radio advertising services;advertising in the form of animated films;promotions agency services;promotions agency services for sport and public relations, market research services;market survey services;organisation of advertising for trade fairs; database management services; advertising for football events;services in the field of data recording and publication of statistical information conerning sporting services;operating electronic markets on the Internet, by arranging contracts online for the purchase of goods;collating of a variety of goods, for the benefit of others (excluding the transport thereof), enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase these goods via the Internet, advertising and promotional services and business information services;all provided online from a computerised database or via the Internet;compilation of advertisements for use as web pages on the Internet;compilation of directories for publishing on the Internet;providing auctioneering services on the Internet;business administration services for processing commercial services via the Internet;advertising football events;providing advantage programs for customers and for access control in sporting stadiums through the issuing of sponsor cards containing personal data of the owner.
36 Credit card services; issuing of credit cards; travellers' cheque services;financial services;banking services;credit and loans services;insurance services;leasing and rental services with regard to real estate;financial support of sporting events;information services in connection with financial and insurance services, provided online from a computer database or the Internet;homebanking;Internet banking.
37 Service station services, namely quick repair services; cleaning of vehicles; lubrication of vehicles;vehicle maintenance; vehicle repair services.
38 Communications and telecommunications services;cellular phone communication;communication by means of telex;communications by electronic computer terminals connected to telecommunications networks, databases and the Internet;communication by telex;communication services by telephone;communications by telefax;radio-paging;communications by teleconferencing;television transmission services;cable television transmission services;radio transmission services; news agency services; other message sending services;rental of telephone apparatus, fax machines and other communications equipment;transmission of commercial Internet pages;broadcasting services via the Internet; electronic transmission of messages; providing computer access to "black boards" (information and bulletin boards) and real-time chat forums;computer-aided transmission of messages and images;providing access to private and business shopping and ordering services via computer and/or using interactive communications technologies;telecommunication of information (including Web pages), computer programs and other data;electronic mail services;providing user access to the Internet;providing telecommunications connections to the Internet or databases;providing access to digital music web sites on the Internet;providing access to mp3 web pages on the Internet;provision of digital music;providing space on webpages to advertise goods and services;providing Internet access.
39 Travel agencies services (included in class 39);airline, rail, bus and motor home transport services;transport by boat;boat tour services;tour organisation services;vehicle rental services; car parking; taxi transport; freight dispatch services;transport and supplying of water, heat, gas or electricity;waste disposal services, namely waste transport and storage;transport and delivery of newspapers, magazines and books;postal, courier and delivery services; storage services; distribution of solvents, paraffin, wax, bitumen and petroleum with the exclusion of liquid petroleum gas.
40 Development of films for motion picture films;enlarging of photographs;printing photographs, developing photographic films;rental of machines and apparatus for photographic development, printing, enlarging and finishing;printing services.
41 Sponsorship, namely promotion of events for cultural and sporting purposes in the form of the provision of entertainment facilities; training services; providing of training;entertainment, organisation of lotteries and competitions;betting and gambling services in relation to, or in connection with, sport;entertainment services at, or in connection with, sporting events; sporting and cultural activities; organisation of sporting and cultural events and activities;competitions (organization of sports-);organisation of football events;rental of sports stadia, sports halls and sports grounds for use by others;production of radio, television, video tape, animated film and animated television programmes in the context of artistic and creative production;presentation, networking of films and image, sound and video recordings;rental of interactive training and entertainment materials, interactive CDs, CD-ROMs and computer games;radio and television broadcasting of sports and sporting events;radio programme, television programme and video tape production services; production of animated motion pictures; production of animated television programmes;reservation of seats for shows and sporting events;time-keeping services for sporting events;arranging of beauty contests; interactive entertainment; online gaming services;provision of games via the Internet;providing of prize draw services;information related to entertainment or education provided online from a computer database or the Internet;services relating to electronic games, provided using the Internet;providing online electronic publications;online publishing of electronic books and periodicals;operating chat rooms on the internet;providing digital music from the internet;providing digital music from mp3 internet web sites;archiving services for stationary and moving images;publication of statistical information;providing and publication of statistics and sports recordings;information services in relation to sport and sporting events;leasing of image and sound recordings;sports information agency services;radio and television programming services;production services for photographic, audio and video recordings;providing information online from a computer database or the Internet relating to sports and sporting events;interpreter services;providing Internet web pages relating to sports and sporting events.
42 leasing of access time to a central database computer;computer consultancy services;data processing (programming services);computer rental;creating, design and writing services, all for the compilation of web pages on the Internet;creating and maintenance of web pages;creating and maintenance of computer software;compilation, creation and maintenance of a register domain names;leasing of access time to a computer database;intellectual property licences;database creation services;licencing of databases;operating an Internet search engine;rental services for audio and video equipment;rental of interactive computer programs.
43 Providing of food and drink, in particular fast food, in cafeterias and restaurants;providing waiter/waitress services, in particular for food and drink; catering services; providing hotel accommodation;accommodation and catering services;reservation of hotels and temporary accommodation;Sponsorship, namely promotion of events for cultural and sporting purposes in the form of the provision of entertainment facilities;
44 medical, dental and clinical services;analysis of medicines;ladies' and gentlemen's hairdressing and beauty salon services.
45 Surveillance and security services;rental of uniforms;clothes fitting services.