Claudio Andres Bravo Munoz is a Chilean professional footballer who plays for Real Sociedad in La Liga, as a goalkeeper. He joined the Colo-Colo's youth academy, and he eventually made his professional debut in 2002. There, he was given the nickname Condor Chico, after former club goalkeeper Roberto Rojas. In 2006 he won his first title, making an acrobatic save in the Apertura's penalty shootout final win against arch-rival C.F. Universidad de Chile. For 2006-07 Bravo signed a five-year contract with Real Sociedad in Spain in a reported €1.2 million deal he and Asier Riesgo formed the youngest pair of goalkeepers in that La Liga season. On 14 February 2010 Bravo scored the first goal of his career, from a direct free kick against Gimnàstic de Tarragona, the game's only in a home triumph. Inspite of a knee injury, still featured in 25 matches to help his team finish champions and return to the top division, after three years. Bravo represented Chile at U-17, U-20 and U-23 levels. He made his debut with the main side on 11 July 2004 against Paraguay, in the 2004 Copa América, and retained his place for the rest of the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. In the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Bravo started in all four matches for Chile conceding five goals in an eventual round-of-16 exit.