Among the greatest hurdles hindering the successful implementation of tissue-engineered cardiac patch as a therapeutic strategy for myocardial repair is the know-how to promote its rapid integration into the host. We previously demonstrated that prevascularization of the engineered cardiac patch improves cardiac repair after myocardial infarction (MI); the mature vessel networks were generated by including affinity-bound angiogenic factors in the patch and its transplantation on the blood vessel-enriched omentum. Here, we describe a novel in vitro strategy to promote the formation of capillary-like networks in cell constructs without supplementing with angiogenic factors. Endothelial cells (ECs) were seeded into macroporous alginate scaffolds impregnated with magnetically responsive nanoparticles (MNPs), and after pre-culture for 24 h under standard conditions the constructs were subjected to an alternating magnetic field of 40 Hz for 7 days. The magnetic stimulation per se promoted EC organization into capillary-like structures with no supplementation of angiogenic factors; in the non-stimulated constructs, the cells formed sheets or aggregates. This chapter describes in detail the preparation method of the MNP-impregnated alginate scaffold, the cultivation setup for the cell construct under magnetic field conditions, and the set of analyses performed to characterize the resultant cell constructs.