In the study, it was aimed to examine the relationship between the general self-efficacy levels of physical education and sports teachers and their efficacy perception of skill teaching. The universe of the research consisted of physical education and sports teachers working in the Mediterranean region, and the sample group consisted of 418 physical education and sports teachers. The volunteers were asked to fill in the personal information form, the general self-efficacy scale, and the efficacy perception scale for skill teaching. The data were analyzed in the computer environment. Pearson correlation analysis was applied to reveal the relationship between the scores obtained from the scales. As a result, it was determined that physical education and sports teachers' general self-efficacy and efficacy perception levels for skill teaching were above the average. A moderate positive correlation was found between the self-efficacy and efficacy perceptions for skill teaching of physical education and sports teachers.