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Trademark issue with Wembley Stadium / The FA

 

It is the sort of David versus Goliath tussle that would electrify the third round of the FA Cup — a bitter legal dispute has broken out between the home of English football and a tiny north London club.

Wembley FC, which has a gas fitter, lorry driver and solicitor in its team, has been told by the EU’s Intellectual Property Office that it must give up the trademark registered for its club logo.

The ruling comes after a complaint by Wembley stadium, which is owned by the Football Association (FA), governing body of the game in England. The stadium has a capacity of 90,000, a far cry from Wembley FC’s ground at Vale Farm with its capacity of 2,450.

In 2012 the club registered the trademark, with a lion’s head on a shield beneath the word “Wembley”, to cover branding on goods, such as clothes and alcoholic drinks. The FA, which failed to object when the trademark was filed, is now blocked from selling certain Wembley-branded merchandise in countries across Europe. It was claimed that the club’s logo used “Wembley” as its distinctive feature.

The EU agency said the “English-speaking part of the public” could easily confuse the club with the national stadium and ruled in favour of the FA. The club has appealed.

Brian Gumm, Wembley FC’s chairman, said: “It’s like David and Goliath and it’s costing me money that I can ill afford. They’ve not offered us a penny for it and they just want to come in and take it.

“I want to show you can’t come in and railroad people just because you are who you are. I’m only doing it out of principle.”

The FA said: “We take the enforcement of our intellectual property seriously and only take action as a last resort when an amicable resolution does not seem possible.”

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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/football-minnows-in-wembley-logo-battle-z9g8drvfw

Youth Match Reports

Under 9s

Wembley Youth FC 14 – 0 Old Actonians B

The U9s played their first league match of the season away against Old Actonians B and won 0-14. A great way of starting the season with plenty of goals, loads of fun and a good opportunity to see the raw ability that the U9s team has this season. With plenty of new players in the team, it is important to highlight the level of bonding the team has already achieved. A big thank you to the parents for their support through the whole match. It promises to be an interesting season for the U9s!

 
 
 
   
Under 10s

Wembley Youth 6 – 1 Brentham Colts

Rocco was named captain for great leadership and commitment in training. Debuts for Eisuke and Adam. The team went 1-0 down early but Eisuke provided a bit of magic to make it 1-1. The floodgates then started to open. Alex scored a poachers goal. Yoto then scored putting it in the top corner. Alfie in a one-on-one went around the keeper to score. Alex got another poachers goal. At 5-1 the keeper Max played outfield and Ilyas played in goal. Ilyas made a great double save from a corner. Rocco made it 6-1 with a shot from outside the box.

 
   
Under 11s  
   
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 2 – 3 Brunswick (League Cup)

Wembley had two debutants in their lineup, Kasper Gudawajtyz and Kayon McFarlane, and started very brightly dominating the first half. Brunswick started the second half strongly and quickly took advantage by going ahead capitalising on some sloppy defending and Wembley conceded another goal through another defensive slip up. Wembley were awarded a penalty which Teddy Strange converted. Wembley pressed forward and Kasper slotted home coolly to make it 2-3. A very good and exciting game played in a great spirit by both sides.

 
   
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 1 – 2 Langley Youth

Wembley were unable to take their chances after creating 3 goal scoring opportunities within the first 10 minutes. Langley then found there foot in the game scoring their first goal from a counter attack. Wembley hit back with a controversial goal on the brink of half time. The second half was a scrappy game. Langley scored direct from a free kick to make it 1-2.

 
   
Under 14s

Wembley Youth 3 – 0 Pinnstars A (League Cup)

A long ball from Ruari O’Connnor to Matthew Wobudeya who finished by nesting the ball into the goal. A nice combination between Kobe Williams, Ruari and Marc Valderrama, ended up with a one touch pass from the latter to Tyrell Attah. In the last 5 minutes of the game, and with only 10 players, a nice approach from Liam Gibson, ended up with a beautiful strike into the top corner. Overall, a great performance from the U14s that showed plenty of effort, team work and discipline and put them through the second round of the League Cup.

 
   
Under 16s A

Wembley Youth 3 – 2 Brunswick

Against the run of play Brunswick took the lead in the 13th minute. D’Souza chested the ball down before smashing it home in the 31st minute for his first goal for the club. Amoah gave Wembley the lead 5 minutes into the second half, running 20 yards with ball and holding off the last defender calmly slotting the ball into the bottom corner. Brunswick equalised with a shot from just inside the Wembley penalty area to make it 2-2. Wembley conceded a late goal in the 80th minute, the ball was won outside the Wembley penalty area and was well finished giving Krupinski no chance.

 

 

 

 

Sunday 8th October 2017

Under 9s

Wembley Youth 0 – 4 TFA Totteridge

The result does not fully reflect how the match developed with both sides creating several chances throughout the whole match with the ones created by the Wembley failing to materialise. TFA were more clinical with theirs. Credit to the Wembley players that kept fighting until the end of the match and showed the spirit of a team that has a strong character. If they keep this energy and attitude, there will be plenty of goals for them in the weeks to come. Congratulations to the opposition and a big thank you to the parents for their support through the match   

 
Under 10s

Wembley Youth 0 – 9 West Drayton

West Drayton were as technical as the under 10s on the pitch but Wembley lost the battle physically and mentally. The goalkeeper Max was injured in the warm up which meant an outfield player going in goal. Wembley had good positioning but lost 50/50’s throughout the game. The players are reminded that there are games where they win by that score line and games where they may lose. However, no matter the score they keep playing hard and never give up. They showed great fight in the second half.

 
Under 11s
 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 12 – 0 Hanwell Town Dynamos

A great attacking performance to bounce back from two successive defeats to progress through to the next round of the Middlesex County Cup with a thumping 12-0 defeat of Hanwell Town Dynamos. Two hat-tricks, one each from Adam Rahman and Alessandro Di Paola, a brace from Amari Hinds and one each from Aaron Sablon, Kasper Gudawajtys, Sebastian Parodi and Teddy Strange meant the goals were spread throughout the team.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 13 – 0 Pinner United

After a strong start by Wembley, Pinner were on the back foot with Pinner’s goalkeeper pulling off some great saves. Ali headed home the first goal. Wembley quickly racked up a seven-goal lead by half-time. Many substitutions were made at halftime with a further 6 goals scored to make it 13 – 0. Ball retention could have been improved but a good result. Man of the match was Bradly Morrison who scored his first goal of the season. Goal scorers on the day were:  Ali (4), Theo (2), Jack (2), Bradley H (2), Bradley M (1), James (1) and Martell (1).

 
Under 14s

Wembley 1 -2 Sandgate Arrows (Middlesex Cup)

Paired against premier division side Sandgate Youth, a nervous Wembley were 1-0 down within 2 minutes of the match. They found themselves 2-0 down when the Sandgate forward tapped the ball into an empty net following a gift from Wembley. Wembley came out with a bit more fight in the second half and scored a goal 5 minutes into the half through Solomon who slotted across the goalkeeper. The team showed too much respect to the opposition which in turn showed in their overall performance.

 
Under 16s A

Game postponed

 

 

 

Sunday 15th October 2017

Under 7s

 

 
Under 9s

Wembley Youth 2 – 6 Wealdstone Youth

Both teams had several chances but, unfortunately for Wembley, only Wealdstone managed to materialise theirs in the first half which ended with a clear 5-0 for the home team. In the second half, Wembley managed to capitalise on two of their chances. The team had chances saved on the goal line but a counter attack from the home team led to the final score of 6-2. An entertaining match overall. The U9s team continue to develop well.

 
Under 10s

Wembley Youth 1 – 3 Bessingby Park A

The game started with a goal straight from kick off. Alfie scored to get the game level. Half-time changes were made to make to try and keep the game tight but it did not pay off as Bessingby scored two goals one from a free kick and another from a player dribbling in dangerous areas. The players showed good fight and a decent performance. Great Credit to Bessingby Park as they showed great fight, deserved to win and showed great sportsmanship.

 
Under 11s
 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 2 – 3 Hendon Youth A

Wembley opened the scoring in the 12th minute with an Amari Hinds goal. Wembley conceded a sloppy goal and two further lapses of concentration saw Wembley commit two fouls in quick succession, both resulting in two penalties and two goals for Hendon. With five minutes remaining Wembley managed to pull a goal back through Aaron Sablon.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 3 – 3 Hanwell Town

A sluggish start meant within five minutes the team were a goal down. Jack scored the equaliser within two minutes. The start of the second half Hanwell scored their second goal. Theo drilled a ball home from 35 yards making it 2 -2. Hanwell went on to score the third goal with 8 mins to go. The boys battled on Bradley H scored his first headed goal to make it 3 – 3. Great come back boys!

 
Under 14s

Game postponed

 
Under 16s A

 

 


 

Sunday 22nd October 2017

Under 7s

Wembley Youth 7 – 1 Elite Magix

3rd game of our season so far and the best performance to date as a team. Our young people are beginning to understand the fundamentals. Long way to go but we’ll get there! Win lose or draw it’s so important they all enjoy the beautiful game.

 
Under 8s

Wembley Youth 1 – 5 Polonia B

 
Under 9s

Wembley Youth 7 – 1 Harrow St Mary’s A

It was an entertaining match where the Wembley players showed commitment and didn’t stop fighting despite the difference in the score. They also tried to keep their composure and shape as a team, and they manage to do so during some periods of the game. Wembley had also some chances to score but were less clinical than the opposition whom were also more physical. Overall, another learning experience for the U9s that little by little are nicely growing as a team. I’m sure their commitment will bring good results very soon.

 
Under 10s

Wembley Youth 1 – 1  TFA Bushey

This was the best defensive and overall performance this season. Amarachi did a great job to finish off a well worked team goal. TFA managed to score late in the first half. Wembley nullified the opposition to two real chances (free kicks) in the second where they hit the crossbar. Wembley unfortunately were unable to score the one on ones they created through passing and team work.

 
Under 11s

Wembley Youth 2 – 3 TFA Bushey

 

 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 3 – 8 Wealdstone A

Wealdstone went 2-0 up within the first 15 mins of the first half. Wembley showed great character to pull level with two fine goals by Kacper Gudawajtys. Wealdstone went on to score another to lead 3-2 at the interval. The second half started brightly enough for Wembley but very quickly went pear shaped with a succession of goals to lead 6-2, Aaron Sablon pulled one back for Wembley from close range before a further two goals for Wealdstone bought this match to a sorry conclusion for Wembley.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 4 – 5 Hendon Youth

 
Under 14s

Wembley Youth 5 – 3 London Athletic A

London Athletics took the lead after 20 minutes through a free kick. A quick reaction from Wembley put them ahead with two almost consecutive goals, although just before the end of the first half, the home team managed to bring the score to a draw (2-2).The second half began with the London Athletic taking the lead soon after the restart. But again, Wembley managed to recover the control of the ball and the tempo of the match. That brought a series of chances for our players that in 3 occasions materialised and brought the final score (3-5).

 
Under 16s A

 

 
Under 16s B

Wembley Youth 3 -3 London Utd Sports

 


 

Sunday 29th October 2017

Under 7s

Wembley Youth 9 – 5 London Eagles

Jack got a hat-trick and Ezariah got a double hat-trick. We passed to ball really well today and it makes such a difference having a full squad at training. Nothing like getting that first win under the belt.

 
Under 8s

Wembley Youth – Celtic A

 
Under 9s

Wembley Youth – Harrow Utd

 
Under 10s

Wembley 2 – 6 Ruislip Rangers C

 
Under 11s

Postponed

 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 6 – 0 Hendon Youth

Wembley set out with a clear game plan to win the midfield battle by playing an extra man in central midfield. The plan worked as Wembley stifled Hendon to the extent that they didn’t even force the Wembley keeper into making a save. A very impressive team performance, with every player working hard and closing down quickly. Wembley led at half-time by 4 goals courtesy of G.Junior, Aaron Sablon, Alessandro Di Paola and Kacper Gudawajtys. The second half saw more Wembley pressure and a further two goals courtesy of Adam Rahman and another for Kacper Gudawajtys.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 6 – 1 Ruislip Rangers

Ruislip scored their first goal with the striker having a simple tap in. Martel soon levelled the score. Our second goal came soon after, a first time volley by the Engine Asher. The third came from a spectacular free kick by Theo. Ali broke loose and shot low to the keepers left to make it four. Martel scored the fifth. The sixth goal was scored by Bradley who stepped up to take the free kick just outside the box.

 
Under 14s

Wembley Youth 0 – 4 Harlesden Hawkes

 
Under 16s A

No match

 
Under 16s B

No match

 


 

Sunday 5th November 2017

Under 7s

Wembley Youth 7 – 5 St Josephs

 
Under 8s

 

 
Under 9s

Wembley Youth 0 – 7 Pinner United

The first half was quite even and the only difference was a more clinical finishing from Pinner that led to a 0-2 by the end of the first half. The second half started with a nice passing game by the Wembley players but again, they were unfortunate when facing the opposition goalkeeper. A mixture between a more attacking formation and a bit of lack of concentration led to a series of opportunities that a more physical opposition managed to capitalise.

 
Under 10s

Wembley 5 – 3 Harrow United

In the first quarter of the game the team were up 2-0. The team were unlucky to not double the scoreline after hitting the post twice. Halfway through changes were made to the team and the opposing team showed great fight to make it 2-2. After the beginning of the second half, Wembley scored first but Harrow equalising seconds later. Wembley scored two counter attacking goals one by Adam and Amarachi. Goal scorers on the day were Yuto (2), Gabriel, Ami, Alex, Adam.

 
Under 11s

 

 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 1 – 5 Wealdstone A

Wealdstone took the lead after two minutes but Wembley battled back to equalise 10 minutes later with a fine strike by Kacper Gudawajtyz. The rest of the half was competitively fought by both teams with Wembley failing to make the most of three clear cut chances to end the half 1-1. The second half began in much the same fashion with nothing separating the two teams. It took a Wembley error to tilt the balance in Wealdstone’s favour 10 mins into the half to take a 2-1 lead. Wembley then fell apart as they went on to concede a further three goals in the next seven minutes.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth 4 – 1 TFA Totteridge

The first goal came when the ball rebounded to Asher who slotted it into the net. Our second goal was again scored by Asher. Totteridge then scored their first goal from a free kick. Half way through the second half Ali scored one of his signature brilliant goal beating a couple of players before slotting the ball in the back of the net. Martel scored his first of the match making the score 4-1.

 
Under 14s

Wembley Youth 4 – 2 London Athletics A

A quick counterattack by the London Athletics players finished with the ball in the back of Wembley’s net. The first half ended with a 0-1 in the score line. A free kick taken by Marc Valderrama ended up with the ball in the top left corner of the Athletics goal. A few minutes after, a nicely headed goal by Razvan Martan put Wembley ahead. With 20 minutes remaining, Toby Tudman scored the 3rd goal for Wembley. Solomon Bagum beat the oppositions goalkeeper to give the final scoreline of 4-2.

 
Under 16s A

 

 
Under 16s B

 

 


 

Sunday 12th November 2017

Under 7s

Wembley Youth

 
Under 8s

Wembley Youth 4 – 6 Hendon

 
Under 9s

Wembley Youth 1 – 9 St Joseph

 

 
Under 10s

Wembley Youth 4 – 0 Eagles

At Half time, the team was 1-0 up and had missed a few chances. The aim for the second half was to keep a clean sheet and trying to be more ruthless in goal. In the second half they continued the same pattern of play as the first and scored 3 times through Alex, Yuto, and the captain for the week Adam.

 
Under 11s

Wembley Youth 0 – 7 TFA Bushey B (Game abandoned)

 
Under 12s

Wembley Youth 1 – 9 Omonia Youth (Middlesex County Cup)

Omonia were a very good side but Wembley let themselves down by failing to fight and battle. The opening 15 minutes were evenly matched despite going down to an early goal. A fine solo effort from Romario Chambers pulled it back to 1-1 after 20 minutes but then Omonia stepped up the pace. A brief rally in the second half saw Wembley rattle the crossbar on two occasions and saw one effort cleared off the line but it was too little too late.

 
Under 13s

Wembley Youth

 
Under 14s

Wembley Youth 0 – 3 TFA Totteridge

 

 
Under 16s A

Wembley Youth 3 – 1 Northwood (Middlesex County Cup)

 
Under 16s B

No match

New opportunity! Football & Education Programme For 16-18 Year Olds.

Wembley FC are proud to present an exclusive opportunity for 16-18yr olds to join our full time football and education programme based at Vale Farm, Wembley.

Previous scholars have gone onto University, America and have successful careers in sport.

Our scholars also have media opportunities with professional footballers through our media partnerships.

On the pitch you will be involved in a regular midweek daytime games programme and have opportunities to play non league and professional football (depending on level).

The programme is Monday-Thursday 9-3pm and includes education, training and match day all based on site at Wembley FC.

Our first open training session trial is Monday 23rd October 2-4pm at Wembley FC, Watford Road, Wembley, HA0 3HG.

For more information please don’t hesitate to contact us on 07525495818.
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Wembley FC Exit FA Cup

Having beaten Windsor in the first qualifying round, Wembley FC have been knocked out of The FA Cup after losing 3-0 to  Ashford Town

Wembley FC Trademark Issue

Following on from Friday evening’s BBC News coverage of the current dispute between Wembley Football Club, Wembley Stadium and The FA. Wembley Football Club will not be issuing any further statements for the time being.

Match Sponsors

With the league season commencing this week, fans and business’ will now be able to sponsor all of our home games. 

We will be taking bookings for all of our home matches prior to Christmas. 

You can see all of our fixtures up to Christmas here http://www.wembleyfc.com/our-teams/1st-team-fixtures-results/

If you would like to sponsor one of our home games, and reap the benefits of such offer, for just £150 per game. (discount offered for sponsoring more than one game)

Contact general@wembleyfc.com

Player Sponsorship

It is that time of the year again. With the league season just a week away we are looking for sponsorship for our players. You can sponsor one of our players for just £25. 

Included

  • Accreditation beside chosen players name in each match-day programme & on official website
  • Acknowledgement and promotion on all social media platforms.
  • Free entry to ‘End of Season Sponsors Draw’ to win a signed Wembley FC shirt.

Please email general@wembleyfc.com to secure your place. 

Season Begins

Wembley will get the season underway on Saturday August 5th, when they travel to face Windsor FC in The FA Cup. 

The league campaign will begin on August 12th when The Lions will host Biggleswade at Vale Farm. 

For full fixture list, please see our website.