Forum chairman Professor John Moverley has previously called for amenity professionals to work harder on communicating the importance of their jobs to a public that is increasingly wary of pesticide and chemical use.
The forum pointed out while few of those watching Euro 2016 are likely to comment on the quality of the pitches, they will have plenty to say if the pitches start to look worn or tired.
Pitch preparation for the England team is also vital. As the team flew out this week and landed in Chantilly to continue their training, it has been reported that the FA have been "demanding" with their requirements even down to including grass seed that has been flown in especially from St George's Park.
Local amateur side US Chantilly who have handed their stadium over to the England squad during their stay in France have had a team of English groundsmen descending upon them from 23 May to build the pitch from scratch, as well as a pitch specialist from the FA visiting every 15 days to supervise the pitch preparation.
Proper control of weeds, pests and diseases will be essential for consistent training and match performance, the forum says. The adverse weather conditions that France have been experiencing in the last week will also be having an impact, with warm wet weather encouraging diseases and weed growth.
Many football supporters will travel by train to matches. These trains would also not run without proper control of weeds on the tracks and surrounding areas.
As part of its communication strategy the Amenity Forum has produced one-page information leaflets - available on the forum website - on "Producing quality football pitches" and "Keeping the trains running".
Moverley said: ''We recognise the need to increase public understanding of the reasons for and methods used in controlling weeds, pests and disease in amenity areas. The Euros are a perfect example of how important the control of weed, pest and diseases are within the public's everyday life.
"Dedicated professionals, who ensure our public amenity spaces are safe and sustainable for our use, carry out these controls. The tasks involved are both important and essential. I encourage the England fans to take notice of the quality of the pitches in the coming month, and appreciate all the work that has gone into them".