Aim: The aim of this study is; determination of the satisfaction level of the users of Semi-Olympic Indoor Swimming Pool owned by the Yozgat Youth and Sports Directorate and investigation of quality of their life. 299 volunteers that use swimming pool in October, November and December 2018 participated in the Research. Research methodology: In this study, descriptive research model was used to determine demographic characteristics, quality of life and satisfaction levels of the participants. Relational research model was used to examine the relationship between the quality of life and satisfaction levels of the participants. The data obtained from the study were transferred to SPSS 22.0 package program. In the process of data analysis; in order to describe the demographic characteristics of the participants frequency analysis is used, independent groups t-test is used for binary groups, and one-way variance analysis, ANOVA analysis, is used for three or more groups. Pearson's correlation test was performed to determine the relationship between two variables (Sports Facilities Satisfaction and Quality of Life). The level of statistical significance was determined (p> 0.05) in the tests. Findings: According to the findings, men use the facility more than women, men are more satisfied than women, women have lower quality of life than men in general, and there is a statistical difference between income status and satisfaction variables. Research limitations: The study group consists of users of the Yozgat semi-Olympic swimming pool in December, November and October 2018. It will be more productive to work on more pool users and for a longer period of time. Practical implications: High relationship between the quality of life sub-dimensions was observed positively, although the High relationship between the quality of life and the satisfaction of the facility was not observed positively. In addition, a higher correlation was observed between physical health and facility satisfaction than others. Originality/Value: This study is considered valuable as an example since there is not enough research between satisfaction of pool users and their quality of life.
Keywords: Swimming, Quality of Life, Satisfaction, Pool