They will also provide as Brighton’s under-21, women’s and youth teams, from the start of the 2014/15 season.
Financial terms were not released, though Brighton chief executive Paul Barber did reveal that the partnership “represents a significant increase on our existing commercial arrangement”.
“In securing a long-term agreement with Nike, we are delighted to announce another record-breaking partnership for the club,” added Barber. “Nike is the leader in football and a huge global brand, which will help lift our club’s profile as we continue to develop.”
Marc van Pappelendam, the general manager and vice president of Nike UK and Ireland, said: “We’re looking forward to this new partnership with Brighton & Hove Albion and equipping the team with their kits for playing and training.”
Brighton are currently just outside the play-offs with a game in hand on most of the sides above them.