Treviso are an Italian football club who were originally formed in 1909. The club's initial years were spent battling in the country's lower divisions. Their 6th place finish in Serie B during 1950/51 went down as their best ever finish at that point. This wasn't improved upon during the following years and eventually the club became bankrupt in 1993. They reformed shortly afterwards as F.B.C Treviso and a remarkable rise soon followed.
Three consecutive promotions between 1994 and 1997 saw the team back in Serie B for the first time in over forty years. Giuseppe Pillon was the mastermind behind this feat. However, he left shortly after the third promotion to accept a managerial role at Padova. This saw Treviso stagnate somewhat before a relegation back to Serie C1 in 2001. Even so, they bounced back to Serie B in 2003. In 2005, Giuseppe Pillon returned to Treviso as manager. His return soon had the desired impact as he led the team to their highest ever finish of 5th in Serie B. This also ensured they featured in the end of season promotion Play Offs. However, they lost to Perugia over two legs. Pillon then left again shortly afterwards to accept a role at Serie A club Chievo.
Nevertheless both Genoa and Torino were unexpectedly relegated from Serie A that season for fraud and financial trouble. Treviso were one of the two next highest teams in Serie B meaning they were promoted in their place. Unfortunately, Treviso's stay in the top division was short lived as they were relegated after finishing bottom of the division.
The team slowly declined before they were relegated from Serie B in 2009. That same summer, the club were declared bankrupt for a second time. Once again, they reformed, this time under the name A.S.D Treviso. They are currently playing their first season in the 6th tier of Italian football.