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Making Reservations for Soccer's Final Stop

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Making Reservations for Soccer's Final Stop

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Making Reservations for Soccer's Final Stop

Making Reservations for Soccer's Final Stop

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Some soccer fans follow a team their entire life. Now they'll be able to do it in the afterlife as well. A German soccer club plans to open a cemetery just a few feet from its stadium's main entrance. It'll be in the shape of a small stadium and open to 500 diehard fans willing to pay $10,000 a grave. Some churches in the area object. But the Hamburg Football Club is already getting reservations

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good Morning, I'm Renee Montagne.

Some soccer fans follow a team their entire life. Now they'll be able to do it in the afterlife as well. A German soccer club plans to open a cemetery just a few feet from its stadium's main entrance. It'll be in the shape of a small stadium and open to 500 diehard fans willing to pay $10,000 a grave. Some churches in the area object. But the Hamburg Football Club is already getting reservations.

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