Keith Lowe began his playing career at Wolverhampton Wanderers, where he came through the academy to make his first team debut in August 2004. Whilst at Wolves, Lowe went on loan seven times, most notably at Swansea City where he won the football league trophy, and Burnley where he made 16 appearances.
In 2008, Lowe joined Conference Premier Club Kidderminster Harriers and made over 50 appearances. After a short spell at Hereford United, Keith joined Cheltenham Town permanently, where in 2011 he was voted player of the year.
A loan spell at York City, turned into a permanent transfer where he was very successful, making over 80 appearances as well as being voted the club’s Clubman of the Year 2014/15. For the 2016/17 season, Lowe made a return to Kidderminster Harriers and was named Player of the Season before signing for Macclesfield in the summer of 2017.