This study aims to examine secondary school students' sportsmanship behaviours according to some variables. The study group consisted of 300 students studying at secondary schools in Pamukkale District of Denizli in the 2021/2022 academic year. The form used to collect the relevant data in the study consisted of two parts. Demographic information was used in the first part, and "Sportsmanship Behavior Scale in Physical Education Lesson" comprised 22 items in the second part. 51.7% of the participants are male, and 42.38 are female students. According to the school type variable, those who attend public and private schools are equal (50.0%). While the rate of students doing school sports was 23.6%, the rate of club athletes was 32.4%. As a result of the research, there was no significant difference in sportsmanship behaviour scores according to gender, school type and playing in the school stream (p>0.05). It has been determined that the sportsmanship behaviour scores of the students who play sports in club teams are higher than those who are not club athletes. The fact that the athletes were included in the club structure may have been effective in the emergence of this difference. This effect can be explained by the internalization of the situation by the athletes. Sportsmanship behaviour scores do not show a significant difference in the variables of gender, school type and playing in school teams.
Attitude, distance education, online education, physical education