Sportswear firm Reebok Canada on Tuesday revealed it had scored a "multi-million dollar" deal with the Canadian Football League (CFL) to become the official supplier to the CFL from 2004.

The agreement will see Reebok provide uniforms, sideline apparel, footwear, gloves and accessories to all CFL member clubs.

In the largest licensing partnership in the history of the CFL, Reebok also becomes an integrated marketing partner over the term of the multi-year deal.

"Our ability to secure this landmark agreement stems from the ongoing growth this League has enjoyed over the past several years," said Tom Wright, commissioner of the CFL.

"Joining forces with Reebok places the CFL's most important licensed category in the hands of a company that has proven itself to be among the very best in the sports world."

"The power of the Reebok brand within Canada will continue to grow with this long term partnership," added David Yellowlees, CEO Reebok Canada, in a joint statement.

"The heritage of the CFL and the future opportunities this alliance brings together are tremendous. "

In addition to the CFL, Reebok has long term global licensing partnerships with the NFL, NBA, and Liverpool FC.