Arles/Killeen GAA

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Arles/Killeen
Ard Lios/Cillín
Founded: 1961
County: Laois
Club colours: White with black trim
Grounds: Rossena
Coordinates: 52°53′34.99″N 6°59′45.06″W / 52.8930528°N 6.9958500°W / 52.8930528; -6.9958500Coordinates: 52°53′34.99″N 6°59′45.06″W / 52.8930528°N 6.9958500°W / 52.8930528; -6.9958500
Playing kits
Standard colours

Arles/Killeen GAA ia a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club in County Laois, Ireland.

Founded in 1996, the club colours are white with black trim.

The club has won 3 Laois Intermediate Football Championships and in 2006 reached the Laois Senior Football Championship final where they were beaten by Ballyroan Gaels. In 2013 and 2014 they again reached the Laois Senior Football Championship final but were beaten on both occasions by Portlaoise.

From under 12 to under 21 the club plays with the parish team Ballylinan/Glenmore.

Laois senior players Donal Kingston and Paul Kingston and former Laois players Brian McDonald, Donal Brennan and Paul McDonald play their club football with Arles/Killeen.