Claudio Andrés Bravo Muñoz is a Chilean goalkeeper, conceived in Viluco, Chile. He began playing at Colo-Colo. He made his expert presentation in 2002 yet his execution was conflicting a result of the damage. In mid-2003 the circumstance changed and he turned into a starter. Colo-Colo played in the finals of 2003 Apertura and Clausura competitions and in 2006 the group at long last figured out how to win the title.
In 2006 Bravo moved to Spain marking a five-year contract with Real Sociedad. He influenced his class to make a big appearance in October 2006 in the amusement against Mallorca, which finished 0-0 draw.
On 14 February 2010 Claudio Bravo scored his first historically speaking objective in the match against Gimnàstic de Tarragona and that season he endured knee damage amid the amusement with Córdoba CF, however he showed up in 25 coordinates and helped his group to progress to the best division.
Having shown up for the club, Claudio Bravo was tricked to Barcelona in the mid year 2014.
Bravo was called up for the Chile Under-17, 20 and 23 national groups and since 2004 he has been a first-decision attendant in the national group.