Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Cosmetics; soaps; beauty bath additives; perfumes, colognes, pre-shave and after shave lotions; shaving creams; shampoos, conditioners; toothpaste, mouth washes; deodorants and antiperspirants for personal use; nourishing creams, skin creams, facial cleansing cream, make-up removing preparations; sunscreen lotions; hair lotions, hair lacquers; make-up preparations, eye shadow, face powder, cosmetic pencils; decorative transfers for cosmetic purposes; cleaning, polishing, scouring, abrasive preparations for household purposes, laundry powder detergents, synthetic household detergents; shoe polish and waxes; products for preservation of leather.... More
Class 5 : Pharmaceutical products; chewing gum for medical purposes; material for stopping teeth, dental wax; medical hygienic products; feminine hygienic products; fungicides, herbicides; eye care medicines; medicinal tea; nutritional additives for medical or dietetic purposes; food for babies; vitamin products; products for purification and deodorization of the air; vehicle deodorisers; deodorants for nonpersonal use.... More
Class 6 : Aluminium foil; decorative keychains; money clips; figurines; ornaments; statues, statuettes, sculptures and trophies of common metal or their alloys; pogs of metal; fixed metal dispensers of napkins; money clips for holding bank notes (of metal); kitchen aluminium foil.
Class 8 : Hand tools and implements (hand-operated); electric or non-electric razors, including razor blades; cutlery, forks and spoons; depilatory devices; tweezers; curling tongs; kitchen scissors; stationery scissors; screw drivers.
Class 9 : Eyeglasses, sunglasses, cases and cords for sunglasses and glasses; binoculars; magnets and decorative magnets; directional compasses; apparatus for recording, transmitting and reproducing of sound and images; televisions; radios; video recorders; CD players; DVD players; loudspeakers; headphones; computers; data processors; computer keyboards; computer monitors; modems; electronic pocket translators; dictating machines; electronic agendas; scanners; printers; photocopy machines; facsimile transmission machines; telephones, telephone answering apparatus; video telephones; cellular telephones; calculating machines; credit card machines; cash exchanging machines; video cameras, camcorders; photographic equipment, cameras, projectors, exposed films, slides, flash bulbs, camera cases, batteries; hand-held electronic games adapted for use with television receivers only; video games; video game machines; arcade games; video game cassettes; pre-recorded computer software including software for games; computer programmes and databases; screen saver programmes for computers; magnetic, numerical or analogical sound or image carriers, blank or prerecorded; video tapes; magnetic tapes, magnetic discs, DVDs, floppy discs, optical discs, compact discs, CD ROMs, video discs, blank or prerecorded with music, sound or images (which may be animated); holograms; irons; security alarms; electronic vending machines; windsocks; distance measuring apparatus; speed measuring and indication equipment; publications in electronic form supplied by CD-ROM, by databases and on the Internet; magnetic decorations.... More
Class 14 : Jewellery; watches, clocks; medallions, pendants; brooches; decorative pins (jewellery); team and player trading pins (jewellery); tie clips and tic pins; cufflinks; commemorative medals, cups and plates; tankards; trophies, statues and sculptures; tea pots; pogs made of precious metals; ashtrays and cigarette cases made of precious metals; decorative key holders made of precious metal; coins; money clips for holding bank notes (of precious metal).... More
Class 16 : Paper table linen; napkins; table cloths; bags of paper; invitations; greeting cards; gift wrap; paper coasters and placemats; garbage bags of paper or plastic; food storage wrappers; paper coffee filters; labels (not of textiles); towels of paper; wet paper towels; toilet paper; boxed tissues; paper handkerchiefs; babies diapers of paper; stationery and school supplies (except equipment); typewriter paper; copying paper; envelopes; theme pads; notebooks; note paper; writing paper; scribble pads; binder paper; binders; book covers; colouring books; drawing books; activity books; luminous paper; adhesive note paper; crepe paper; tissue paper; paper pins; flags of paper; pennants of paper; writing instruments; pens; pencils; ball-point pens; pen sets; pencil sets; porous-point pens; rolling ball pens; broad-tip markets; ink, ink pads, rubber stamps; paint boxes; paint and colouring pencils; chalk; decorations for pencils; printing blocks; magazines; newspapers; books and journals, particularly dealing with athletes or sport events; printed teaching materials; schedules (for recording results); event programs; event albums; photograph albums; autograph books; address books; diaries; personal organisers; roadmaps; tickets; scratch cards; cheques; printed timetables; pamphlet and brochures; comic strips; collectable player's cards; bumper stickers; stickers; sticker albums; calendars; posters; photographs; postcards; advertising signs and banners and materials; decals; heat transfers; office requisites (except furniture); correction fluids; rubber erasers; pencil sharpeners; stands for writing implements; paper clips; drawing pins; rulers; adhesive tape for stationery, dispensers for adhesive tape; staplers; stencils; documents holders; clip boards; notepad holders; bookends; stamps; passport holders; cheque holders.... More
Class 18 : Leather and imitation leather; umbrellas; parasols; sport bags (other than those adapted for products they are designed to contain); leisure bags; travelling bags; backpacks; tote bags; school bags; belt bags, hand bags; ball shaped bags of leather; beach bags; suit carriers; suit cases; vanity cases (empty); toilet bags; key cases; wallets; purses.
Class 20 : Mirrors; articles made of plastics; souvenir statues, figurines, trophies, badges (not encoded), key cards (not encoded), decorative key holders, all made of plastic; cushions; sleeping bags; furniture; seats, for indoor and outdoor use; racks (furniture); display stands for selling goods; dispensers of kitchen towels (not made of metal); coat hangers; fans for personal use; inflatable publicity objects; book shelves; stands for stationery; pogs, not of metal; book stands.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers (non- electric), not of precious metals or coated therewith; tankards, mugs, cups and drinking glasses, plates and dishes, coasters, none of precious metals; tea pots (not of precious metal); insulated kitchen mitts; household gloves; bottle openers; beverage bottles; vacuum flasks; non-electric coolers for food and drinks; dispensers of kitchen towels (made of metal); combs and hairbrushes; tooth brushes; dental floss; statues, sculptures and trophies related to the sport of soccer made of porcelain, terra-cotta or glass.... More
Class 25 : Clothing; footwear; headgear; shirts; knit shirts; jerseys and tank tops; T-shirts; singlets; dresses; skirts; underwear; swimwear; shorts; pants; sweaters; bonnets; caps; hats; scarves; headscarves; visors; warm-up suits, sweatshirts, jackets, blazers; rainwear; coats; uniforms; neckties; wristbands; headbands; gloves; aprons; bibs; pyjamas; toddler and infant playwear; socks and hosiery; suspenders; belts; braces; wristbands; headbands.... More
Class 26 : Decorative pins and badges of non-precious metal.
Class 27 : Carpets, rugs, mats (also for cars); mats, matting linoleum and other materials for covering existing floors; artificial turf.
Class 28 : Games and playthings; sport balls; board games; tables for table football; stuffed dolls and animals; toy vehicles; jigsaw puzzles; balloons; inflatable toys; pogs; soccer equipment; soccer balls; gloves; knee pads; elbow pads; shoulder pads; shinguards; soccer goals; sporting bags and containers adapted for carrying sports articles; party hats (toys); hand-held electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; foam hands (toys); confetti; playing cards.... More
Class 29 : Meat; fish; poultry; game; meat extracts preserved; cooked fruits and vegetables; canned fruits and vegetables; edible oils and fats; potato chips; french fries; processed nuts; jams; preserves; jellies, milk; milk products; dairy products; cheese.
Class 30 : Coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; honey; artificial coffee; flour; preparations made from cereals; cereals; bread; pastries; cakes; cookies; crackers; candies; ice cream; confections; rice; corn chips; mustard; vinegar; sauces (condiments); spices; salt; nutritional additives (not for medical or dietetic purposes); vitamin enriched products (not for medical or dietetic purposes).
Class 32 : Soft drinks; syrups and powder for making soft drinks; mineral and aerated waters; other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit and vegetable drinks and juices; frozen fruit drinks; beers; ales.
Class 33 : Alcoholic beverages (except beers).
Class 35 : Promotion of soccer events; supplying of advantage programs for customers and access control in sporting stadiums through the issuing of supporter fidelity cards which would contain personal data of the owner.
Class 38 : Communication and telecommunication services; communications by mobile telephones; communications by telex; communications by electronic computer terminals, database and Internet related telecommunications networks and wireless electronic communication device; communications by telegraph; communication by telephone; communications by facsimile; paging by radio; communications by teleconferencing; television broadcasting; cable television broadcasting; radio broadcasting; press agency services; other message transmission services; leasing of telephone sets, facsimile and other communication equipment; broadcasting of a commercial site on the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; radio and television broadcasting services provided via the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; electronic messaging; providing access to computer bulleting boards and real-time chat forums; transmission of messages and images via computer; provision of access to home and office shopping and ordering services via computer and/or interactive communications technologies; telecommunication of information (including web pages), computer programs and any other data; electronic mail services; providing user access to the Internet or wireless electronic communication; providing telecommunications connections to the Internet or databases; providing access to digital music web sites on the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; providing access to MP3 web sites on the Internet; leasing of access time to a central database server; leasing of access time to a computer database; delivery of digital music by telecommunications; operating search engines; operating chat rooms on the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device.... More
Class 40 : Developing of films for movies; enlarging of photographs, printing of photographs, developing of films for photographs; leasing or rental of machines and instruments for development, printing, enlarging or finishing for photography; waste management services; printing services.
Class 41 : Education; providing of training; entertainment; organisation of lotteries and competitions; betting and gaming services relating to or in conjunction with sports; entertainment services provided at or relating to sports events; sporting and cultural activities; organisation of sporting and cultural events and activities; organisation of sporting competitions; organisation of soccer events; exploitation of sporting facilities; rental services for audio and video equipment; production, presentation, distribution, syndication, networking and/or rental of films and sound and video recordings; production, presentation, distribution, syndication, networking and/or rental of interactive education and entertainment, interactive compact discs, CD ROMs and computer games; presentation of computer programs; distribution, syndication, networking of sports related programs for computers; radio and television coverage of sports and sporting events; radio and television program and video tapes production services; production of animated movies; production of animated television programs; seat booking services for shows and sporting events; timing of sports evens; organisation of beauty contests; interactive entertainment; on line gambling services; provision of games over the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; supplying of raffle services; information relating to entertainment or education, provided on-line from a computer database or the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; electronic games services provided by means of the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; providing on-line electronic publications; publication of electronic books and journals on-line; providing digital music from the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; providing digital music from MP3 Internet web sites; photography, audio, and videotaping production services; leasing of recorded sound and images; radio and television programming services provided via the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; sports related information provided on-line from a computer database or from the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; translation services; sports information agency services.... More
Class 42 : Computer consulting services; data processing (programming); computer software design services; licensing of intellectual property rights; computer rental; creation, design, and writing, all for the compilation of web pages on the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; creating and maintaining web sites; installation and maintenance of computer software; compilation, creation and maintenance of a register of domain names; hosting of websites on the Internet or on wireless electronic communication device; rental of and creation and development of computer programs.... More
Class 43 : Providing of food and drink, in particular with fast food; in cafeterias and restaurants; hospitality services in particular the provision of food and drink; catering services; hotel resort, lodging and boarding services; reservation of hotels and temporary lodgings; provision of facilities for business to entertain.
Class 44 : Medical, dental and hospital services; drug testing services; hairdressing, barber and beauty parlour services.
Class 45 : Guard and security services; uniform leasing services; apparel outfitter services.