The subject of the present research was conformity as athletes’ behavioural manner toward coach and club management. The aim of study was to establish differences in the conformity degree between groups of athletes, categorized under 3 criteria: type of sports, gender and athletes’ competition experience. Sample of examinees was consisted of 160 athletes. The research instrument was conformity scale (The Conformity Scale, Mehrabian, & Stefl, 1995), used and confirmed in 2 earlier researches of Vuìkoviê et al. (2009, 2010). Data were analysed by non-parametric Mann-Whitney test. Upon analysis, it’s been confirmed that: a) athletes are bigger conformists toward coach than club management, b) team sport athletes are bigger conformists toward coach, c) there no differences between male and female athletes in conformity toward coach and club management, d) there is no statistically significant differences between experienced and less experienced athletes in their conformity degree toward coach and e) less experienced athletes expressed bigger conformity toward club management in all examined statements .