“ -museums need football far more than football needs museums” - Kevin Moore (Museums and popular culture, 1997)
One of the central qoutes of the museological discussion on Football and Museums adressed in "Football is Forever - the establishment and purposes of Football Museums".
What do you think?
Does museums need football more than football needs museums?
Or does Football need museums more than museums need football?
Two key issues:
1) Museums need the popularity and potential diversity of football audiences
2) Football needs the structure of museums to care for the memories and histories in an escalating development where a different past is left behind in the race for modern football.
Truly a valid discussion topic for museum and football experts alike.