The aim of this research is to investigate the relationship between amateur footballers' communication skill levels and continuous sporty self-confidence. 66 Super Amateur League football clubs operating on the European side of Is-tanbul province in the 2019-2020 season constitute the universe of the re-search, while the sample of the research is voluntary football players (n = 159) playing football in 9 sports clubs determined by simple random method. Questionnaire method was used as a data collection tool. Communication Skills Evaluation Scale (CSES) developed by Korkut (1996), whose validity (.86) and reliability (.78) tests were performed and the Continuous Sporty Self-Confidence Scale (CSSCS), which is a sub-dimension of the measure-ment tool developed by Vealey (1986) and whose validity and reliability study for the Turkish society was made by Yıldırım (2013), was applied. The data obtained were analyzed with the SPSS 17 package program. Correlation and regression analysis were applied. There is a positive, moderate and statis-tically significant relationship between communication skills and continuous sporty self-confidence total scores (r = 0.411; p <0.01). While there is no sta-tistically significant difference in terms of both the average " CSES" scores and the average "CSSCS" scores of the participants according to their age groups, the position they play and their educational level (p> 0.05), the aver-age "CSSCS" scores according to the licensed sports age variable a statistically significant difference was found (p <0.05).
Football Player, Communication Skills, Self Confidence, Continuous Sporty Self Confidence