Groin pain is prevalent in orthopedic and sports medicine, causing reduced mobility and limiting sports activity. To effectively manage groin pain, understanding the detailed anatomy of supporting muscles is crucial. This study aimed to investigate the musculoaponeurotic attachments on the pubis and the relationship among intramuscular aponeuroses of abdominal and thigh adductor musculatures. Macroscopic analyses were performed in 10 pelvic halves. The bone morphology of the pubis was assessed in two pelvic halves using microcomputed tomography. Histological investigations were conducted in two pelvic halves. The external oblique aponeurosis extended to the adductor longus aponeurosis, forming conjoined aponeurosis, which attached to a small impression distal to the pubic crest. The gracilis aponeurosis merges with the adductor brevis aponeurosis and is attached to the proximal part of the inferior pubic ramus. The rectus abdominis and pyramidalis aponeuroses were attached to the pubic crest and intermingled with the gracilis-adductor brevis aponeurosis, forming bilateral conjoined aponeurosis, which attached to a broad area covering the anteroinferior surface of the pubis. Histologically, these two areas of conjoined aponeuroses were attached to the pubis via the fibrocartilage enthesis. Microcomputed tomography revealed two distinctive bone morphologies, a small impression and an elongated osseous prominence on pubis, corresponded to the two areas of conjoined aponeuroses. This study demonstrated close relationships between the aponeurotic attachment of the external oblique and adductor longus, and between the rectus abdominis, pyramidalis, gracilis, and adductor brevis. The findings of aponeurotic complexes would aid in diagnostic and surgical approaches for athletic groin pain.