Press Association Sport understands the FA planned to submit written evidence in a bid to escape punishment ahead of a UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body hearing on Wednesday.
European football's governing body took action against the FA, charging it with the 'inappropriate conduct' of its supporters during the Group D 3-2 win in
England's second and third goals at the
But it is understood the FA will argue there was no intent to invade the pitch, simply supporters showing their exuberance after watching their side recover from a 2-1 deficit.
Written submissions will include evidence from UK police and the FA's own fans' liaison representative, while it could also point to the report of UEFA's delegate at the game which labelled the conduct of England supporters as 'satisfactory'.
Any fine for the FA would likely be much smaller.
England joined Group D leader
In an entertaining encounter against the Swedes,
However, England was only behind for five minutes before replacement
England then snatched all three points when
UEFA president Michel Platini said preparations for Euro 2016 were "progressing well" after a meeting of the organising committee in Lille.