By | November 23, 2021
Anthony Arambula Death

Anthony Arambula Death – Anthony Arambula, A football athlete of Santa Fe football, has passed away untimely at a young age. Anthony was reported dead on Monday, November 22, 2021 by Santa Fe Football in a Facebook post and GSA — Gainesville Soccer Alliance confirmed the news of his death in a post. according to the post which reads “Today our athletic programs learned that we have lost one of our athletes—a part of our family. It is with great sadness that we let you know that Anthony Arambula passed away this morning.” Santa Fe Football wrote.

The Sante Fe Football are sad and heartbroken by the sudden passing of Anthony which came as a shock as they shared their condolence with Coach Jonathan Arambula and his family while they mourn his passing. “Our hearts are broken and we mourn with Coach Jonathan Arambula and his family. We understand that this is a very difficult time for our players, students, and families. We want to be sure all are supported and cared for during this time.” . The post further reads.

In addition to playing for Sante Fe, Anthony was also a member of U17 GSA 2005 Boys Showcase team and he played for the team for over 3 years with his excellent performance on the field of play. He was described as a true competitor. He will deeply and dearly missed by those who knew him and were close to him.  Santa Fe football also said a vigil will be held in memory of Anthony on Tuesday, November 23 the Santa Fe High School football field at 5:00 pm. “Tomorrow, a vigil will be held at the SFHS football field at 5:00 pm. This will be a time for students, staff, and the community to gather and offer support to one another. Grief counselors and local youth pastors will also be available for additional support. Please reach out if there is anything we can do for your player or family. Our deepest sympathy and love is for the Arambula family during this time.” . The statement reads. Anthony Arambula obituary will be announced by the family.

Photo Credit; Santa Fe football shared the photo on their Facebook post.