Reggae Boy, Damion Lowe Calls for Better Playing Pitch, Says The National Stadium Football Field Is “Horrible” – Watch Interview

Reggae Boy Damion Lowe gave his unfiltered thoughts on the state of the National Stadium football field; Lowe says it was a horrible experience playing on the field following their Group B match against Honduras in the Nations League.

Additionally, the captain of the national men’s team suggests that the government or relevant authorities construct a football-specific field for their home games.


After being asked what the quality of the pitch was like via a post-match interview, Lowe answered by stating, “It is horrible, I think we should play at Sabina, or the government should build a soccer-specific or football-specific pitch for the national team, we don’t have a official home.”

The MLS player said Jamaica struggled in the first half against Honduras due to the poor condition of the field. In spite of the difficulties faced on the football field, Lowe says they are paid to play football, and it is their duty to represent their country despite these challenges.

Lowe also pointed out that the national team doesn’t have a designated football field, and any given event\concert can be hosted at the National Stadium at any time. Lowe’s statement echoed the point made by coach Hermir Hallgrimsson, saying how Jamaica has so many well-kept golf courses but does not have one world-class field for the national team to play on.

See the interview below:

Damion Lowe Calls National Stadium Football Field Horrible


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