A Wembley Stadium spokesperson said in a statement: "We accept and understand the frustrations around the standard of the pitch at Wembley for last weekend's FA Cup semi-finals.
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Wembley say football is the top priority but they need to replace the pitch several times a year to hold other events.
A decision on whether to replace the pitch again - this one has only been down for four weeks - will be made after the weekend.
The spokesperson added: "There is a unique challenge with the surface at Wembley and we are working with expert pitch consultants to get it right.
"Wembley Stadium is a multi-purpose venue and we have to hold other events as part of the business plan, which means regular pitch replacements each year.
"Football is the number one priority and we understand we have to find a way to deliver and sustain a consistent quality pitch and replicate the successful formula that we developed in the second half of last year.
"We are currently reviewing all options to provide the best surface for the busy period going forward, including a probable pitch replacement. We will make this decision after the weekend."