Using football as a platform to drive discussion on mental health, the spot asks fans to "take a minute" to consider their own wellbeing and act if needed.
All 32 games of the FA Cup in the third round this weekend will start one minute later than planned as part of the "Take a Minute" initiative.
The FA Cup games on Sunday will also start a minute late, as will the final round of the round on Monday, in which the leaders of the Sky Bet Championship Leeds will visit Arsenal.More news: Hunters: Amazon Prime reveals release date and first trailer
A YouGov survey commissioned by PHE shows men in England are less likely than women to seek help or take self-care actions to address common mental health concerns.
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association (FA), speaks as he attends the launch of a new mental health campaign at Wembley Stadium in London on 15 May 2019.
William says within the clip: "In life as in soccer all of us undergo highs and lows". We can all sometimes feel anxious or stressed. You know, the British "stiff upper lip" thing - that's great, and we need to have that occasionally, when times are really hard there has to be a moment for that.
"Every Mind Matters and Heads Up will show you the simple steps you can take to look after your mental health". Our ambition is to begin the biggest ever dialog on psychological well being and to make sure there's a lasting psychological well being legacy for the sport on this nation.More news: Klopp delighted with Liverpool gamble as Jones stunner sinks Everton
Duncan Selbie, chief executive of PHE, said the new film was "a fantastic opportunity to bring the football community together" for a conversation about mental health.
As stated by The FA: "It is hoped that the initiative will raise awareness of the importance of looking after our mental health, with 60 seconds representing just the first step in the journey to improved wellbeing". I believe as males, generally we will assume that it is a weak spot nevertheless it actually is not.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, who is involved in the campaign, said: "I came from a family where we bottled up a lot of emotions, feelings and anxieties. It's a huge strength".
Alli said: "It is very important to me to be part of this campaign because I feel that many people are trying to solve their problems themselves and sometimes feel that they have no people to talk to can or that there is nothing they can do about it".More news: Pink Pledges to Donate $500,000 to Help Fight Australia Wildfires