|Full name||Sqn Ldr Piyapong Pue-on|
|Date of birth||November 14, 1959|
|Place of birth||Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1977–1978||Royal Thai Air Force|
|1979–1984||Royal Thai Air Force||145||(91)|
|1989–1997||Royal Thai Air Force||248||(164)|
|1997–2008||Royal Thai Air Force|
|2009||Nakhon Pathom FC|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Squadron Leader Piyapong Pue-on (Thai: ปิยะพงษ์ ผิวอ่อน; rtgs: Piyaphong Phiu-on; born: November 14, 1959 as Padej Khanklue) is a retired Thai football player and played as a striker. He is the most well-known football player in Thailand, and as such, he is considered the national football hero. He was a member of the Thailand national football team and also played for club football for FC Seoul of the South Korean K League, then known as Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso, from 1984-1986. He played one of the leading roles to crown FC Seoul in 1985 K-League Championship (12 goals and 6 assists). He had a good relationship with then FC Seoul manager Park Se-Hak whom he still calls "Father".
An active Thai Air Force officer, Piyapong is coaching the Thai Air Force football club (2007). Married, Piyapong has a son born in 1985 playing football like his father and working as a model and movie actor sometimes.
- Thai Premier League Winners (1) : 1997
- Kor Royal Cup (ถ้วย ก.) Winners (1) : 1996
- Khǒr Royal Cup (ถ้วย ข.) Winners (3) : 1982, 1989, 1991
- Khor Royal Cup (ถ้วย ค.) Winners (2) : 1983, 1990
- Ngor Royal Cup (ถ้วย ง.) Winners (1) : 1984
- Queen's Cup Winners (1) : 1982
- Thai FA Cup Winners (2) : 1995, 1996
- Thai League Cup Winners (1) : 1994
- Super League Malaysia Winners (1) : 1987
- King's Cup Winners (5); 1981, 1982, 1983, 1989, 1992
- Only some part inclusion.
- Results list Thailand's goal tally first.
- 15 goals in 33 matches which certificated by FIFA.
|November 20, 1981||Bangkok||Polonia Warszawa||2 goals||2-0||1981 King's Cup|
|November 24, 1981||Bangkok||North Korean Army||2 goals||2-1||1981 King's Cup|
|May 6, 1982||Bangkok||August 1(army team)||1 goals||1-1||1982 King's Cup|
|July 15, 1983||Beijing||August 1(army team)||1 goals||2-1||1983 Great Wall Cup|
|July 23, 1983||Beijing||Poland U-21||2 goals||3-2||1983 Great Wall Cup|
|December 27, 1983||Bangkok||Medan||1 goals||2-0||1983 King's Cup|
|January 3, 1984||Bangkok||Liverpool Amateur||3 goals||4-3||1984 King's Cup|
|July 28, 1985||Kuala Lumpur||South Korean Army||1 goal||1-1||Merdeka Tournament|
|January 25, 1988||Bangkok||SC Rotor Volgograd||1 goals||4-2||1988 King's Cup|
|February 10, 1989||Bangkok||SC Rotor Volgograd||2 goals||3-1||1989 King's Cup|
|February 8, 1993||Bangkok||Malaysia B||2 goals||3-1||1993 King's Cup|
|February 12, 1993||Bangkok||Indonesia B||2 goals||2-0||1993 King's Cup|
|February 14, 1993||Bangkok||Korea Semi-professional Select Team||1 goals||1-0||1993 King's Cup|
|February 13, 1997||Bangkok||Romania Select||1 goal||1-0||1997 King's Cup|
|K-League Top Scorer
|K-League Top Assistor