CA Claypole are an Argentinian club from the curiously-named city of Claypole, just to the south of Buenos Aires. The town got its name from a chap called Pedro Claypole, who was married to the one of the family who bought the local lands from an older convent. They donated a small patch to the nation to build the railroad, which they called Claypole Station, and the town was built from there. It is said that the official foundation date of the city came when the first train passed through, on 15 April 1884.
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