The campaign, by PR agency Taylor Herring, follows criticism that some fans have been ignoring social distancing when celebrating their teams' recent successes.
The film shows fans zipped into self-contained, two-metre high, air-filled, PVC orbs so they can celebrate within the guidelines.
Officials in hazmat suits are also shown spraying some fans in disinfectant.
Former footballer Crouch said: “It’s only natural that football fans will want to celebrate their team’s success, especially if they’ve been waiting for a long time for it. But, clearly, it’s important that we’re all safe and responsible when doing so. I never expected to see myself in a human hamster ball – mainly because I wasn’t sure I’d fit – but it brings a whole new meaning to ‘stay in your bubble’.”
Paddy Power said: “The Government has advised that we should stay in our bubbles, so we took that advice literally for this PSA – though some fans will have had their bubbles burst by the results of this season.”