|Predecessor||Chizhi Shizhu Hou|
|Died||195 (aged 44–45)|
Huchuquan was the last chanyu (r. 195–216) of the Southern Xiongnu during the late Eastern Han dynasty and Three Kingdoms period of China. He was a younger brother of the Xiongnu chanyu in exile, Yufuluo.
After his brother died in 195, Huchuquan attempted to regain his position as Chanyu of the Southern Xiongnu but was driven back by the same people who had ousted his brother. He came to serve under Yuan Shang in 202 and was defeated by Cao Cao's officer Zhong Yao, after which he surrendered. Huchuquan was kept as an honored prisoner at Ye and attended Cao Pi's accession ceremony in 220. No new chanyu was proclaimed after Huchuquan's death.
The Xiongnu went on to found three of the short lived Sixteen Kingdoms: Former Zhao (304–329), Northern Liang (397–439), and Xia (407–431). Later Zhao (319–351) was also founded by one of the 19 Southern Xiongnu tribes, but was of Yuezhi descent.