Submersible pumps, which are the main means of bringing the ground liquid to the surface, are widely used in agricultural irrigation, petroleum industry, geothermal fields, and similar applications. In most applications, submersible pumps are the main energy inputs of the operating process. Therefore, a small improvement in submersible pump efficiency will significantly reduce the operating cost of the system. The motivation and focus of this study are to experimentally and numerically investigate the effect of the geometric parameters of the submersible pump on the efficiency of the pump. The submersible pump has a design in the form of the serial connection of the stages including the impeller and the diffuser and enters the multi-stage pump category. All the impeller connected to a single shaft rotates at the same angular velocity. Despite the rotation of the impeller at a constant angular speed along with the pump, the flow structure at each stage shows large variations compared to other stages. These differences lead to the formation of a complex flow structure and thus to great difficulties in the experimental identification of the flow field along with the pump. Another difficulty in the experimental definition is that the measured values can show dramatic changes depending on many parameters such as fluid viscosity-temperature, impeller inlet-outlet angle, diffuser inlet-outlet angle, number of blades, the distance between stages, surface roughness. The current general trend is to solve the above-mentioned problems with numerical simulations verified by experimental data. This trend is a result of significant developments in computer capacities parallel to the development of numerical solution methods in recent years. This trend, or the method, has been followed throughout this study. Firstly, within the scope of this study, the performance in different stages of a selected industrial submersible pump was measured by the experimental. Following the measurements, the effects of two basic geometric parameters, such as impeller outlet width and impeller outlet angle on the pump performance were examined with CFD simulations verified by the experimental measurements. This small deviation indicates that the CFD simulation results are in perfect agreement with the experimental measurements. In the simulations performed, it is observed that the time-dependent variables have their size changed but the flow structure does not change. Another striking finding from the CFD simulations carried out is; it has been observed that while geometric arrangements have a partial effect on the flow structure along with the pump, they cause a difference in the critical values on the basic variables that define pump performance, such as pressure.