Brentford's trip to Hull on March 8 has been postponed due to the Tigers being involved in FA Cup action against Arsenal.
The Humberside club held the Gunners to a 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium and, due to the two sides being involved in league commitments next week the replay date forced the Bees to change their plans.
The FA, in their statement recognised the scheduling is not an ideal solution for everyone and is keen to work with clubs to resolve the 'untenable fixture schedule'.
FA chief executive Martin Glenn said: "We want all of our clubs to be part of strong, vibrant domestic competitions, to perform well on the European stage and for the England team to be challenging for international honours.
"To have a better chance of achieving these aims more effectively, it is imperative we resolve the on-going problem of match scheduling together.
“We would like to thank UEFA for taking the time it has to understand our position on this matter.
"Fixture scheduling is an issue for the whole game so let’s build upon the productive conversations we have held with the Premier League and Football League and call upon UEFA to join the discussion to create clear, workable guidelines for the benefit of all.
"This will help our teams in the pursuit for trophies; enable fans to fully enjoy and access all the matches their teams participate in and allow broadcast partners to maximise the TV rights they have purchased."
The FA statement then explained their reasoning for the kick-off time.
It read: “Firstly, both clubs are challenging for honours and require the best available preparation time. As such, Monday 7 March was ruled out as an option (as Arsenal are facing Tottenham on March 5).
“It is recognised that this match will be partially played when UEFA have a scheduled programme of European fixtures and if there were any suitable alternatives, The FA would have warmly accepted these.
“There was an option for a 5.45pm kick off, however, the spirit of The FA Cup is strongly defined by the supporters and an earlier time would have significantly impacted on fans’ attendance. This was not a viable solution.”
No date has been announced for the rearranged fixture.