The aim of the present study was to compare the pedobarographic parameters of contact areas and maximal forces for 11 contact areas of footsoles in professional female volleyball players and healthy people and to investigate the effect of volleyball on the foot-sole. The study consisted of 27 female Volleyball players without any foot-related complaints and, as the control group, 28 female volunteers. EMED-SF plantar pressure analysis system was used in the study. Any statistically significant difference between the averages of the study and the control groups was examined using non-parametrical Mann Whitney U test, and the extent of the linear relationship between the physical structure and the variables of the foot-sole was examined by calculating the Pearson (r) coefficient. Based on the results of the study, it was found that all results showed similarities in contact areas in comparisons between female volleyball players and the control group, and 1 parameter in each of the right and left foot maximal forces had differences. It was concluded that there was a close relationship between the type of sports done by the volleyball players and the variables relating to the foot-sole, the sports activity didn’t harm the foot-sole, causing much less changes in the foot-sole as compared to basketball and, especially, wrestling, and had similarities with the results of the control group.