At 43 years old, Omar Bravo has this physical status:
With Guadalajara, Omar Bravo has scored 132 goals. José Luis Real brought Omar Bravo to the Guadala youth system. In a 0–0 draw, he made his senior debut against Tigres UANL on February 17, 2001. Bravo made his team debut during the 2002 Apertura by playing 15 games and scoring 6 goals.
Bravo played in a fruitful season for Club Deportivo Guadalajara in 2006, as well as winning first place for the top goal scorer in the Mexico First Division and scoring 11 goals for the tournament. Bravo scored the leading goal in the 2006 Apertura final's first leg match against Toluca, which resulted in a 1–1 draw.
Bravo demonstrated their skills in the Clausura division in 2007, winning the golden boot for the most goals in the competition with 11 goals in 17 matches. Club Deportivo Guadalajara's win in the Apertura 2006 tournament made them eligible to compete in the Champions Cup. Bravo scored in his first appearance in the CONCACAF Champions' Cup against W Connection F.C. In the first match of the semifinals against D.C. United, as well as in the first match of the semifinals. He helped Team Deportivo Guadalajara to a 2–2 draw against CF Pachuca at the CONCACAF Champions' Cup Final on April 8, 2007, scoring 2 goals in the first match.
In a 4–0 victory over Club Puebla Bravo on April 26, Omar Bravo scored his 100th goal in a 4–0 victory, making him the second player in Club Deportivo Guadalajara history to score 100 goals, only behind Salvador Reyes, who has 122 goals. He was playing in his last game of his first match in C.D. Guadalajara's 101st goal against C.F. was a score. Montery qualified for the quarter-finals on Thursday, finishing 4–4, losing 8–5 on aggregate.
Deportivo de La Corua, a footballer from Deportivo de La Corua, announced an agreement with Omar Bravo for the next three years on May 22nd, 2008. Omar Bravo, a free agent, left Guadalajara. After Andrés Guardado, Bravo became the second Mexican on Deportivo's team at that time. In a 2–1 win over Real Madrid on August 31, 2008, Omar Bravo made his debut on his first appearance in Omar Bravo's 2–1 win. In a 2–0 victory over Málaga on 8 December 8, he scored his first league goal against Málaga. With only nine appearances in the league (only two of them as a starter), it was clear that his time with the Spanish club was not as good as expected.
He was loaned out by Tigres UANL, Mexico, for the remainder of the Clausura 2009 season. However, he had a bad season as a result of Spain's inactivity. He made 6 appearances and scored no goals.
After his time with Deportivo and Tigres UANL's loan, Omar returned to the Chivas for one year, playing in 32 games and scoring 5 goals. He'll be loaned by the Chivas to Sporting Kansas City later this season to play two goals and the Copa Santander Libertadores, where Chivas finished Runner Up in the tournament.
Bravo was signed as the squad's first Designated Player since Claudio López on August 8, 2010. Bravo will join SKC in the 2011 season beginning. Bravo said on his arrival in Kansas City that he was eager to join the team and that the MLS experience was one of the best in the world. In his debut for the club against Chivas United States, he displayed his versatility and scored two goals for his new club. He played nine goals for Sporting and was dubbed Latin Player of the Year.
Bravo will not be returning in 2012 but will instead be signing with Cruz Azul in his native Mexico, as he stated on December 12, 2011. Against San Luis F.C., he had a brace against San Luis F.C. A 3–1 home win over Corbett in a 3–1 victory. Bravo moved Bravo to Atlas on loan after being underperforming with Cruz Azul. He said later that he regretted Cruz Azul's performance.
Before the Clausura 2013, Bravo joined Atlas of Guadalajara on loan. During his time in Japan, he was prolific by scoring seven times.
Bravo has returned to C.D. After Cruz Azul's loan agreement came to an end, Guadalajara agreed to sell him. On his return to Santos Laguna, he scored. Bravo scored ten goals in 16 appearances during Apertura's 2015 season, which tied for 6th on the individual scoring table. Guadalajara finished in the playoffs, finishing 12th on the table, despite Bravo's return to form. Bravo earned a brace against Morelia on August 12, 2015, turning him into C.D. Guadalajara's all-time top scorer in league matches has led the team's record over Salvador Reyes with 123 goals. Bravo scored a goal against Montery on September 29, making him the club's all-time top scorer in all official and non-official matches.
He led the team to victory in the Copa MX on November 4, 2015, the team's first major title in nine years. Bravo scored his last goal in the Clausura 2016 season against Puebla in a 3–0 away victory on April 10, 2016. His team, Chivas, had the opportunity to join la Liguilla, and they did, but they weren't able to defeat their most hated opponents, Club America. They lost 2–1 in the second leg after a thrilling quarter-final against Club America, where they tied in the first leg 0–0 and lost 2–1. Omar Bravo, 36, was unable to score. Bravo played 11 goals in 34 games from 2015-2016. Bravo scored his last goal for Chivas on July 10, 2016, beating Veracruz in the final minute of the game, giving them their first Supercopa MX title in nine months and their second in nine months.
Bravo signed with the Carolina RailHawks during halftime of a match against West Ham United on July 13, becoming the first Mexican player to join the team.
Bravo had signed with newly rebranded USL club Phoenix Rising FC (formerly Arizona United) on February 9, 2017. Bravo will no longer be a regular player for the club in September 2017.
Leones Negros declared on July 4, 2019 that Omar Bravo would be a guest player against Rayados de Montery on July 13, 2019, as well as a friendly against Forward Madison on July 24, 2010.
Bravo has competed in various aspects of Mexico's youth national system and in many amateur tournaments, including the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He played for 66 caps and scored 15 goals for the senior national team.
Bravo scored two goals in Mexico's 3–1 victory over Iran on June 11, 2006, being named Man of the Match. He missed a penalty against Portugal in a 2–1 loss to Mexico, and did not participate in the game against Argentina two matches later.
Bravo was selected by former coach Hugo Sánchez in 2007 to represent his country in a series of friendly international tournaments and compete in the 2007 Gold Cup and 2007 Copa América, where he scored three goals.
Bravo has participated in World Cup Qualifiers and the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. In March 2013, he was called to the national team for the first time.