Jamal Lowe cannot wait to play in front of the Jack Army
Jamal Lowe cannot wait to play in front of the Jack Army for the first time after it was confirmed supporters can attend the home leg of Swansea City’s play-off semi-final.
The Welsh Government have confirmed the fixture on Saturday, May 22 (5.30pm) will be one of a number of pilots for the return of spectators to sporting and cultural events.
Season-ticket holders will be able to apply for the free tickets through a ballot, details of which can be found HERE.
While the Liberty will not be full, there will be around 3,000 Swans fans in attendance for the visit of Barnsley in the second leg of the Championship tie.
Lowe, who joined from Wigan last summer, has yet to play for the Swans with supporters in stadia.
And the forward, who has scored 14 goals this season, is excited at the prospect.
“The only fans I’ve met are out and about in Tesco or around the Mumbles,” said Lowe.
“I’ve never experienced playing in front of the Swansea fans, so it will be a great moment for us all.
“We are really looking forward to it, because the boys in the team tell me how loud they are.
“I cannot wait to experience it, it will be so important for us all to be back together.”