In the study, it is aimed to investigate the relationship between the strength performance values of the female volleyball players and the agility performance values.42 female volleyball players who have been playing licensed in İstanbul Pertevniyanl Sports Club for at least 2 years have participated voluntarily. Athletes are required to participate in any physical activity until 24 hours before the measurements. Measurements were made in two steps. First, the athletes' height and weight measurements were taken. In the second phase, rats, leg strength, plank, and agility performance in Illinois and Pro-Agality were measured by random selection in the test area established by experts. Statistically significant differences were found between female agile measurement scores and leg strength (-0.625 *) and plank (0.583 *) variables of female volleyball players (p <0,05 *). However, no statistically significant difference was found between the back strength (-0,152) and the change. Statistically significant differences were found between Pro-Agality agility measurement scores and leg force (0,712 *) and plank (0,692 *) variables (p <0,05 *). However, no statistically significant difference was found between the back strength (0,052) and the change.As a result, there was a significant relationship between the leg strength and plank (muscle strength) performance values of the female volleyball players and their agility.