Aim: Purpose at this study is to examine the relationships between lower extremity muscle strength, vertical jump and anaerobic power parametres of women footballers.
Material and Method: Study was realized with 23 women footballers playing football at 3rd Women League of Turkish Foorball Federation. Height measures were realized by using stadiometer branded Holtain, body weight measures were realized by using analyzer branded Jawon Body Composition Analyzer branded Model X-Scanplus II, Lower extremity strength measures were realized dynamometer branded CSMI Humac Norm, vertical jump measures were realized by using mat and imaging device braded Witty Microgate, anaerobic power and capacity measures were realized by using bicycle ergometry branded Monerk Ergomedic 894E. Statistical analysis of data obtained at the study was realized by using statistic packet programme SPSS 25.0. Shaphiro Wilk was applied for normality test of data. Multiple Regression Analaysis was applied to determine the relations between independent and depended variables and meaningfulness value was accepted as p<0.05.
Results: Age averages of footballers were detected as 17.17±1.19, Height averages as 160.46±5.96, body weight averages as 54.23±8.73. When the effect of lower extremity muscle strength on anaerobic power and anaerobic capacity were examined, variables of NDom 180º/sc extension and Dom 60º/sc flexion have been being seen to have a meaningfull effect (p<0.05). Variables of lower exremity strength on vertical jump height were detected not to have a meaningfull effect (p> 0.05).
Conclusions: Consequently, it was determined that the relationship between isokinetic strength of lower extremity extensor muscle groups and vertical jump, anaerobic power in female soccer players increased at high angular velocity values. However, it could be said that the relationship between isokinetic strength of lower extremity flexor muscle groups and vertical jump, anaerobic power decreased depend on increase of angular velocity.