As far as capitalism goes, tapping into the 'deceased' market is a pretty good move. After all, there are a lot more dead people than living ones, and if you can find a way to make money off them they're in pretty good shape. And Barcelona have apparently found a way to do just that: Open up a paid-for mausoleum underneath the Camp Nou.
For the low price of €3,000, you can guarantee a fifty-year spot for your ashes upon your departure from this mortal coil. 99 years? That'll be €6,000. But that's a bargain compared to ensuring that your spirit permeates the pitch upon which your heroes play, yes? There will be places for 500 Barcelona die-hards (or €1,500,000, if you're feeling cynical), and there are plans to expand the project so that there will be room for up to 30,000 urns (or €90,000,000) in future.
Support the club in life; support the club in death. It's the Barcelona way.