This study was conducted to determine the relationship between leader-member exchange and job satisfaction of coaches who provide sports training in the public sector. As a data collection tool, Liden and Maslyn's (1998a) leader-member exchange scale and Chang and Chang's (2007) job satisfaction scale were used. The population of the study consists of coaches working in Istanbul, Muğla, and Antalya provinces of Turkey. A total of 183 coaches, 132 male, and 51 female working in the public sports sector of these provinces, selected by convenience sampling method from non-random sampling methods, constitute the sample of the study. The study was based on voluntary participation. A questionnaire was applied to the coaches participating in the study through electronic communication tools. The data collected from the participants using the relational research model from quantitative research patterns were analyzed through the SPSS 20.0 and AMOS 24 statistical programs. Frequency and percentage calculations were made to reveal the demographic characteristics of the coaches. Confirmatory factor analyses were performed on the scales whose reliability was ensured. In addition, correlation analysis was performed to determine the direction and strength of the relationship between the variables, and a two-step hierarchical regression analysis was conducted to determine whether the coaches' leader-member exchange had an effect on job satisfaction. According to the findings of the research; it can be said that the coaches participating in the research have a positive effect on their job satisfaction as a result of their exchange with their leaders.