|08 Oct 22||Belgrano ||-|| Los Tilos|
|15 Oct 22||Hindú ||-|| Belgrano|
|24 Sep 22||CUBA|| ||29 - 10|| ||Belgrano|
|10 Sep 22||Belgrano|| ||30 - 38|| ||Newman|
|03 Sep 22||Pucará|| ||29 - 26|| ||Belgrano|
|27 Aug 22||Belgrano|| ||44 - 13|| ||San Luis|
|20 Aug 22||C.A. San|| ||13 - 34|| ||Belgrano|
Belgrano Athletic Club is an Argentine amateur sports club from Belgrano, Buenos Aires. One of Argentina's oldest institutions still in existence, Belgrano was one of the four clubs that founded the Argentine Rugby Union in 1899. The senior team currently competes at Top 12, the first division of the Unión de Rugby de Buenos Aires league system.
Belgrano Athletic was one of the most prominent teams during the first years of football in Argentina, having won three domestic league titles, one national cup and two international cups. Belgrano's arch-rival during those years was Alumni, also from Belgrano neighborhood. Belgrano disaffiliated from the Argentine Association in late 1910s, focusing on rugby union and other sports. Football is no longer practised at the club.
Belgrano's field hockey team currently takes part of Metropolitano championships organised by the Buenos Aires Hockey Association.
The club's facilities are divided between two locations: its main building (Sede Virrey del Pino) sited in Belgrano and another one located in Pilar (Anexo Pinazo).
Apart from the sports mentioned above, several activities are practised at the club nowadays, such as bowls, contract bridge, cricket, squash, swimming, and tennis.