|Full name||Club Pueyrredón|
|Founded||11 June 1953|
|Location||Boulogne Sur Mer, Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Ground(s)||Boulogne Sur Mer|
|Coach(es)||Hernán García Simón|
|League(s)||Torneo de la URBA Grupo I|
|2016||1° of Reubicación B|
Club Pueyrredón, also nicknamed Puey, is an Argentine rugby union and field hockey club from the Boulogne Sur Mer district of San Isidro Partido in Greater Buenos Aires. The rugby team currently plays in the Torneo de la URBA Grupo I, the first division of the Unión de Rugby de Buenos Aires league system.
On November 1942, Jorge Gutiérrez established "Club Colegial Juan Martín de Pueyrredón", which affiliated to Argentine Rugby Union one year later. The youth divisions of the club began to participate in the UAR competitions. The "Club de Rugby Pueyrredón" was founded on June 11, 1953 by Gutiérrez along with players Carlos Montero, Angel Guastella and Juan Carlos Saavedra. The name paid tribute to Juan Martín de Pueyrredón, an Argentine brigadier general from the 19th century. Pueyrredón's headquarters were located in Bolívar street of Buenos Aires.
In 1956, Pueyrredón won the Segunda División championship promoting to Primera División. In 1961 the club acquired a land in Boulogne, Buenos Aires where the field would be built, after years of playing in lent grounds.
In 2010 Pueyrredón was relegated to the second division, along with Banco Nación.