The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the extended technology acceptance model on the use of online education during the corona in physical education students. The present study was applied and correlation. The statistical population of this study were all undergraduate students in the field of physical education and sports sciences of Kermanshah, Hamedan, Kurdistan, Lorestan and Ilam universities, which 324 people were selected as sample using random cluster sampling method. To collect data, standard questionnaires of facilitator conditions, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude, behavioral intention and use of online education were used. Data analysis was performed using variance-based structural equation model. The results showed that facilitator conditions have a significant effect on perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use that the effect of facilitator conditions on perceived ease was greater. Also, perceived ease of use has a significant effect on perceived usefulness and attitude that the effect of perceived ease of use on attitude was greater. Perceived usefulness has a significant effect on attitudes and behavioral intentions that the perceived usefulness had a greater effect on behavioral intentions. Finally, attitudes have a significant effect on behavioral intentions and behavioral intentions on the use of online education during the coronation period in physical education students. Based on the results, it is suggested that universities with physical education in online education increase facilitator condition, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use in order to promote students' attitudes, behavioral intention and use of online education.