Croydon Kings In 2005 he made his first senior appearance for local South Australian Premier League club Croydon Kings. He went on the make 10 appearances. Hearts On 19 September 2006 Visconte was signed by Heart of Midlothian on a three-year contract along with fellow Australian Ryan McGowan, after impressing then Hearts youth coach, Darren Murray, in a trial.
On 9 January 2010, he made his first team debut for Hearts against Aberdeen, as the starting left fullback in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.Visconte then made his first appearance as a substitute in the 3-0 home defeat to Aberdeen.
Visconte"s first league debut came away to Street Johnstone in Jim Jefferies first game back in charge. Ayr United On 3 February 2010, he was loaned out by Hearts to second division club, Ayr United, joining Ryan McGowan who was also on loan.
The move was initiated to find regular game time. Brisbane Roar On 6 May 2010, after turning down a new Hearts contract, Visconte returned home to Australia to sign with A-League club Brisbane Roar.
Visconte was given the number 14 for Brisbane.
He scored 2 goals for the team in three seasons, playing 24 games, starting 7 and playing a total of 808 minutes. On 8 January 2013, Brisbane Roar announced that they had mutually agreed with Visconte to terminate his contract effective immediately. Western Sydney Wanderers Following his mutual termination he began negotiations with Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club, joining the club on 9 January on a short term contract.
Visconte, along with teammates Tarek Elrich, Joey Gibbs and Dino Kresinger were released by the Wanderers at the conclusion of the 2012-2013 A-League season.
On 9 April 2010, Visconte was robbed at knife-point by a gang of three men near Fountain Park in Edinburgh and was robbed of £300.