The purpose of the study is to determine the relationship between the constraints and facilitators of leisure time of university students according to different variables. The study group of there search consists of 103 “Female” and 117 “Male”; a total of 220 volunteer students who receive education at Istanbul University, Faculty of Sport Sciences.“Leisure Facilitator Scale (LFS)”, which was developed by Kim et al. (2010) and was adapted to Turkish by Gürbiz et al. (2015) and “Leisure Constraints Scale (LCS)”, which was developed by Alexandris and Carroll (1997) and was adapted to Turkish by Gürbüz et al. (2012) were used as data collection instruments. In the findings of there search, according to the results of MANOVA, significant differences were found between participants’ total scores of the LCS in terms of “gender” “age” and “monthly income”variables to get her with participants’ total scores of the LFS in terms of “Welfare Status” variable (p<0,05). According to the Pearson correlation test that was conducted to determine the relationship between the two scales, a weak and positive correlation was found between LCS and LFS. According to the demographic characteristics of the participants, it was found that as the leisure constraint level increases, the levels of facilitators also increase.